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Great Black-Backed Gull Larus marinus: latest newcomer as breeding bird in The Netherlands = De grote mantelmeeuw als jongste aanwinst broedvogel in Nederland
Koks, B.J.; Jongenelen, M.G.M. (1998). Great Black-Backed Gull Larus marinus: latest newcomer as breeding bird in The Netherlands = De grote mantelmeeuw als jongste aanwinst broedvogel in Nederland. Sula 12(4): 203-208
In: Sula: tijdschrift van de Nederlandse Zeevogelgroep. Nederlandse Zeevogelgroep: Scheveningen; Oudeschild, Texel; Zeist. ISSN 0926-132X, more
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  • Koks, B.J.
  • Jongenelen, M.G.M.

Abstract
    Great Black-backed Gulls Larus marinus were first reported nesting in The Netherlands in 1993 in the Delta area. In subsequent years, breeding was also established in the Wadden Sea area and along the border of the Ijsselmeer. The total number of breeding and territorial pairs increased from 1 in 1993 up to 11-13 in 1998.

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