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The fourth edition of Waterbird Population Estimates

01-Jul-2005

The fourth edition of Waterbird Population Estimates has now been available for comment for several weeks. An updated version, including all amendments made to date is now available.

We welcome further contributions from experts and enthusiasts who have expertise on particular waterbird species, or specialised knowledge of birds in particular countries or regions. Before making your comments, please read the background document. We will be grateful to receive comments up to and including 22 August 2005. After this deadline, we will need to prepare the draft for final publication. Downloads are availble in the publications section.

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