The death of birds on the sea coast of northeastern Sakhalin Island

The death of birds on the sea coast of northeastern Sakhalin Island The taxonomical composition of dead birds found on the northeastern coast of Sakhalin Island and the causes of their death were studied. Sites with high, average, and low concentration of dead birds were identified. The period of highest mortality of birds (July–August) coincided with the beginning of massive migrations of birds and large numbers of young birds after termination of the nesting season. Collection of bird remains in periods of bird migrations and breeding, in addition to other methods of ornithological research (visual observations, fowling, shooting), can provide useful information on the avifauna and ecological state of the investigated region. Russian Journal of Marine Biology Springer Journals

The death of birds on the sea coast of northeastern Sakhalin Island

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Life Sciences; Freshwater & Marine Ecology; Marine Ecology
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