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Population structure, morphometrics, moult, migration, and wintering of the Wrybill ( Anarhynchus frontalis )

TitlePopulation structure, morphometrics, moult, migration, and wintering of the Wrybill ( Anarhynchus frontalis )
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1997
AuthorsDavies, S
JournalNotornis
Volume44
Issue1
Pagination1-14
Type of Articlepaper
Keywordsmorphometrics, moult, population, wintering, Wrybill
Abstract

Between 1987 and 1996, 2,383 Wrybills (Anarhynchus frontalis) were banded on their wintering grounds at two locations near Auckland; 690 of these were recaptured on 830 occasions. Birds started to arrive at their wintering grounds in December; and stayed at the more northern location until April, when they moved to wintering sites further south. First year birds comprised

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