Literature

AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
Newson, SE, Woodburn, RJW, Noble, DG, Baillie, SR, Gregory, RD2005Evaluating the Breeding Bird Survey for producing national population size and density estimates: Capsule The BBS has potential for producing better estimates of habitat-specific densities and population sizes for many UK bird populations than those avail
Newson, SE, Woodburn, RJW, Noble, DG, Baillie, SR, Gregory, RD2005Evaluating the Breeding Bird Survey for producing national population size and density estimates: Capsule The BBS has potential for producing better estimates of habitat-specific densities and population sizes for many UK bird populations than those avail
Sim, IMW, Gregory, RD, Hancock, MH, Brown, AF2005Recent changes in the abundance of British upland breeding birds: Capsule Breeding wader populations have more often shown declines than passerine populations during the last 10–20 years.
Sim, IMW, Gregory, RD, Hancock, MH, Brown, AF2005Recent changes in the abundance of British upland breeding birds: Capsule Breeding wader populations have more often shown declines than passerine populations during the last 10–20 years
Sim, IMW, Gregory, RD, Hancock, MH, Brown, AF2005Recent changes in the abundance of British upland breeding birds: Capsule Breeding wader populations have more often shown declines than passerine populations during the last 10–20 years.
Langston, RHW, Smith, T, Brown, AF, Gregory, RD2006Status of breeding Twite Carduelis flavirostris in the UK: Capsule The first comprehensive estimate of breeding Twite in the UK indicates that there were approximately 10 000 pairs in 1999.
Langston, RHW, Smith, T, Brown, AF, Gregory, RD2006Status of breeding Twite Carduelis flavirostris in the UK: Capsule The first comprehensive estimate of breeding Twite in the UK indicates that there were approximately 10 000 pairs in 1999
Langston, RHW, Smith, T, Brown, AF, Gregory, RD2006Status of breeding Twite Carduelis flavirostris in the UK: Capsule The first comprehensive estimate of breeding Twite in the UK indicates that there were approximately 10 000 pairs in 1999.
Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith