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Literature type: General

Journal: Goose Bulletin

Volume: 17 , Pages: 2-5.

Language: English

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Full reference: Wang, X., Fox, A.D., Cong, P. & Cao, L. 2013. Recent research on the Lesser White-fronted Goose Anser erythropus in China. Goose Bulletin: 17, 2-5.

Keywords: winter counts, China, habitat preferences, diett, hydrology, research

Literature type: Book Chpt

Language: English

Full reference: Saurola, P., Valkama, J. & Velmala, W. 2013. Lesser White-fronted Goose. Pp. 106-108 in:The Finnish bird ringing atlas. Vol.1. , Finnish museum of Natural History and Ministry of Environment, Helsinki - LWfG

Keywords: ringing, recoveries, recovery, occurrence, Finlnad, breeding

Literature type: General

Journal: Goose Bulletin

Volume: 17 , Pages: 23-25.

Language: English

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Full reference: Mineev, O.Y. & Mineev, Y.N. 2013. New breeding area for the Lesser White-fronted GooseAnser erythropus in the Bolshezemelskaya tundra. Goose Bulletin: 17, 23-25.

Keywords: Bolshezemelskaya tundra, Nenets, broods, breeding, peregrine falcon, Russia

Literature type: General

Journal: Bulletin of the goose, swan and duck study group of northern Eurasia (Casarca)

Volume: 16 , Pages: 59-51.

Language: Russian

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Full reference: Garms, O. Ya. 2013. Data on migration of the Lesser White-fronted Goose (Anser erythropus at the Gilyovsloye reservior Northwestern Altai. Bulletin of the goose, swan and duck study group of northern Eurasia (Casarca): 16, 59-51.

Keywords: Altai, Russia, migration, hunting bag,

Abstract:

Waterfowl migration was observed at the Gilyovskoye water reservoir in Lifliandskiy nature refuge (zakaznik) on 4–29 April and from 25 September till 25 October 2012. The first lesser white-fronted geese (five individuals in the bean goose fl ock and three more in pintail fl ock) arrived on 5 April. Five more lesser white-fronted geese were observed on 13 April. In autumn, the first record of the species was made on 1 October (a fl ock of 25 birds). Small groups of white-fronted geese were noted in the flocks of bean geese from time to time up to 31 October. According to our estimate and opinion of the local hunters and game managers, 450 to 500 lesser white-fronted geese passed over the Gilyovskoye reservoir in the period between 1 October and 8 November 2012.

Literature type: General

Language: English

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Full reference: Degtyaryev, V.G., Egorov, N.N., Ochlopkov, I.I., Oleinikov, O.B. & Tomshin, M.D. 2013. Lesser White-fronted Goose in the Lena and Olenek Rivers catchment, Siberia. Pp. 60-61 in Young, G, M Williams, B Hughes & C Hall (eds). 2013. TWSG News, Bulletin of the IUCN-SSC/Wetlands International Threatened Waterfowl Specialist Group, No. 16. Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust, Slimbridge, UK.

Keywords: breeding, distribution, numbers, Siberia, status, Russia

Literature type: Report

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Language: English

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Full reference: Karvonen, R. , Nordenswan, G. & Kazmin, V. 2012. Lesser White-fronted Goose survey in southern Russia, November 2012. Field Report. , NOF rapportserie report No 2-2012. 25pp.

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In November 2012, a survey to the important Lesser White-fronted Goose (later LWfG) areas revealed by satellite tracking in 2006 and 2012 was carried out in Southern Russia. Nearby location-sites, concerning LWfG breeding population in Norway, from 2006, we found six adult individuals feeding and four adult individuals migrating in the Volgograd Region. In the area revealed by fresh satellite plot locations in 2012, from LWfG breeding in Yamal Peninsula, Russia, we observed 19, 77 and 68 individuals respectively when roosting and feeding at Chograyskoye Reservoir in Regions of Kalmykia and Stavropol Krai. As a minimum 80 LWfG were roosting here during the survey. In the report, descriptions of located areas, list of visited points with travelling schedule, and also observations of other interesting species for the area are included.

Literature type: Scientific

Journal: Ardea

Volume: 100 , Pages: 5-11.

DOI: 10.5253/078.100.0103

Language: English

Full reference: Cong, P., Wang, W., Cao, L. & Fox, A.D 2012. Within-winter shifts in Lesser White-fronted Goose Anser erythropus distribution at East Dongting Lake, China Ardea 100: 5-11. https://www.dx.doi.org/10.5253/078.100.0103

Literature type: Action Plan

Language: English

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Full reference: The Norwegian Directorate for Nature Management. 2011. Norwegian action plan for the Lesser White-fronted Goose Anser erythropus. , DN-report 4-2011.

Keywords: Action Plan, Norway, monitoring, threats, measures

Literature type: Scientific

Journal: Wildfowl

Volume: 61 , Pages: 110-120.

Language: English

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Full reference: Solovieva, D. & Vartanyan, S. 2011. Lesser White-fronted Goose Anser erythropus: good news about the breeding population in west Chukotka, Russia. Wildfowl 61: 110-120.

Keywords: occurence, status

Literature type: Report

Language: English

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Full reference: Rozenfeld, S., Bukreev, S. & Dzhamirzoev, G. 2011. Survey of Lesser White-fronted Goose (Anser erythropus) stopover in Dagestan 16-24 October 2011. , Unpublished report, 19 pp.

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