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dc.coverage.spatialShoalwater Bayen
dc.coverage.spatialPort Clintonen
dc.date.accessioned2012-10-30T05:47:22Z-
dc.date.available2012-10-30T05:47:22Z-
dc.date.copyright1998en
dc.date.issued1998en-US
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11017/935-
dc.description.abstractRecent surveys of the intertidal areas of the Shoalwater Bay Military Training Area (SWBTA) indicate that Port Clinton is a highly significant feeding and roosting area for migratory shorebirds overwintering from their high latitude feeding grounds in the northern hemisphere. A survey conducted in December 1995, timed to coincide with the summer peak for populations of migratory species over-wintering in the area, recorded 6985 shorebirds in Port Clinton. These were made up of 16 species of migratory waders and four species of resident waders. Bar-tailed godwits, whimbrels and eastern curlews were the most numerous with over a thousand individuals recorded for each species.en
dc.publisherGreat Barrier Reef Marine Park Authorityen
dc.relation.ispartofseriesGumoo Woojabuddee Section Fact sheetsen
dc.titleGumoo Woojabuddee Section Fact sheets: Shorebirdsen
dc.typeBrochure*
dc.subject.asfaMarine birdsen
dc.format.pages3en
dc.contributor.corpauthorGreat Barrier Reef Marine Park Authorityen
dc.subject.apaisBirdsen
dc.subject.apaisConservation (Natural resources)en
dc.publisher.placeTownsvilleen
dc.subject.collectionPeople and the Reefen
dc.relation.connectiontogbrmpaGBRMPA published this itemen
dc.subject.categoryAnimalsen
dc.subject.categoryDefenceen
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