Farmland Bird Survey North East Wales, 2008
A systematic regional survey of farmland birds within and around the Bettisfield and Dee Estuary (Welsh side) areas undertaken in 2008. The survey aimed to establish whether corn bunting were still breeding in Wales and to gather information on farmland bird populations in this area.
North East Wales
To estimate breeding population of corn bunting in Wales.
These data have been gathered by trained field-workers and the data are of a high quality. These data have been mapped and checked for sensitivities and typographical/geographical errors
Full survey took place in 1km squares with corn bunting records in Wales since 2000 and the area within a 2km buffer of these (fig.2). A 2km buffer was used to achieve full coverage up to this distance given available resources. The full survey was based on three morning visits: one in each of in each of May, June and July at least two weeks apart following Gilbert et al (1998). The population size was the maximum number of singing (=territorial) males on any one visit.
Royal Society for the Protection of Birds ([Insert download year]). Farmland Bird Survey North East Wales, 2008. Occurrence dataset on the NBN Atlas
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