Volume 22 Issue 2
Mar.  2001
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MA Ming, Clive MINTON, Ken KRAAIJEVELD, Rosalind JESSOP, Ken GOSBELL. Banding on the Waders and Terns between Australia and China. Zoological Research, 2001, 22(2): 166-168.
Citation: MA Ming, Clive MINTON, Ken KRAAIJEVELD, Rosalind JESSOP, Ken GOSBELL. Banding on the Waders and Terns between Australia and China. Zoological Research, 2001, 22(2): 166-168.

Banding on the Waders and Terns between Australia and China

  • Received Date: 1900-01-01
  • Rev Recd Date: 1900-01-01
  • Publish Date: 2001-04-22
  • From Australia to Asia (China),the main species of the migratory bird are the waders and terns.In Oct.1999,an invitation was extended by Dr.Clive Minton of the chairman of the Victorian Wader Study Group (VWSG) to catch and band waders and terns at Sandy Point,Swan Bay,Swan Island,Anderson Inlet/Inverloch,Phil lip Island,Mud Islands,Geelong and Werribee and so on.The paper summarizes the methods (catch,bio-metric data,banding,recoveries,flagging,satellite tra cking,data analysis on computer,fox control et al.) and results (species of wader and tern,number of banding from 1975 to 1999,calculate the minimum age ,breeding success,age of first breeding,levels of fat deposits,molt,the distance of moved) and discuss.The total 141787 waders,about 35 species (from 1975 to 1999) and 6057 chicks and adults of terns,about 7-9 species (1998-1999) were captured and banded by the Victorian Wader Study Group.
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