Short note: Proposal for a new notation in bird field surveys with the territory mapping method for birds

Tomasz Brauze

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/v10090-012-0012-4

Abstract


The use of a new notation together with the territory mapping method is proposed for imprecisely located singing males, owing to which a position of a bird can be noted more precisely in field surveys

Keywords


spot mapping; field surveys; birds

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