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Broedsucces en broedassociatie van Velduilen Asio flammeus op Griend

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Broedsucces en broedassociatie van Velduilen Asio flammeus op Griend. / Brenninkmeijer, A; Stienen, Eric; Van Tienen, P. G. M.

In: Limosa (Amsterdam), Vol. 71, 1998, p. 89-94.

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Brenninkmeijer, A, Stienen, E & Van Tienen, PGM 1998, 'Broedsucces en broedassociatie van Velduilen Asio flammeus op Griend', Limosa (Amsterdam), vol. 71, pp. 89-94.

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Brenninkmeijer, A., Stienen, E., & Van Tienen, P. G. M. (1998). Broedsucces en broedassociatie van Velduilen Asio flammeus op Griend. Limosa (Amsterdam), 71, 89-94.

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Brenninkmeijer, A ; Stienen, Eric ; Van Tienen, P. G. M. / Broedsucces en broedassociatie van Velduilen Asio flammeus op Griend. In: Limosa (Amsterdam). 1998 ; Vol. 71. pp. 89-94.

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title = "Broedsucces en broedassociatie van Velduilen Asio flammeus op Griend",
abstract = "After a series of years (1992, 1994-96) with one single breeding pair of Short-eared Owls Asio flammeus, in 1997, two pairs nested on the island of Griend in the Dutch Wadden Sea. The early pair fledged two chicks, while the late pair had no fledglings. So, as in other years, early pairs had a higher breeding success than late pairs. Pairs were most successful when the hatching period coincided with the spring migration peak of Dunlins Calidris alpina, which in those cases made up more than 50{\%} of the diet of chicks. On Griend, Eiders Somateria mollissima, Mallards Anas platyrhynchos and Common Shelducks Tadorna tadorna clearly form breeding associations with Short-eared Owls. The density of duck nests in the direct vicinity of nests of Short-eared Owls was about three times as high as in other parts of the dike with the same breeding habitat.",
author = "A Brenninkmeijer and Eric Stienen and {Van Tienen}, {P. G. M}",
year = "1998",
language = "Nederlands",
volume = "71",
pages = "89--94",
journal = "Limosa (Amsterdam)",
issn = "0024-3620",
publisher = "Nederlandse Ornithologische Unie",

}

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Broedsucces en broedassociatie van Velduilen Asio flammeus op Griend

AU - Brenninkmeijer, A

AU - Stienen, Eric

AU - Van Tienen, P. G. M

PY - 1998

Y1 - 1998

N2 - After a series of years (1992, 1994-96) with one single breeding pair of Short-eared Owls Asio flammeus, in 1997, two pairs nested on the island of Griend in the Dutch Wadden Sea. The early pair fledged two chicks, while the late pair had no fledglings. So, as in other years, early pairs had a higher breeding success than late pairs. Pairs were most successful when the hatching period coincided with the spring migration peak of Dunlins Calidris alpina, which in those cases made up more than 50% of the diet of chicks. On Griend, Eiders Somateria mollissima, Mallards Anas platyrhynchos and Common Shelducks Tadorna tadorna clearly form breeding associations with Short-eared Owls. The density of duck nests in the direct vicinity of nests of Short-eared Owls was about three times as high as in other parts of the dike with the same breeding habitat.

AB - After a series of years (1992, 1994-96) with one single breeding pair of Short-eared Owls Asio flammeus, in 1997, two pairs nested on the island of Griend in the Dutch Wadden Sea. The early pair fledged two chicks, while the late pair had no fledglings. So, as in other years, early pairs had a higher breeding success than late pairs. Pairs were most successful when the hatching period coincided with the spring migration peak of Dunlins Calidris alpina, which in those cases made up more than 50% of the diet of chicks. On Griend, Eiders Somateria mollissima, Mallards Anas platyrhynchos and Common Shelducks Tadorna tadorna clearly form breeding associations with Short-eared Owls. The density of duck nests in the direct vicinity of nests of Short-eared Owls was about three times as high as in other parts of the dike with the same breeding habitat.

M3 - A3: Artikel in een tijdschrift zonder peer review

VL - 71

SP - 89

EP - 94

JO - Limosa (Amsterdam)

JF - Limosa (Amsterdam)

SN - 0024-3620

ER -

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