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Wetland birds (I-WeBS)

national I-WeBS survey
 
Irish Wetland Birds Survey (I-WeBS): some summary results for Co Waterford
 
The Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) - underway every winter 1994/95 onwards - is the national monitoring project for non-breeding waterbirds, wintering in Ireland, organised by BirdWatch Ireland and the NPWS section of the Department of Environment, Heritage and Local Government.  The project aims to be the primary source of data for the conservation of waterfowl populations and the wetland habitats on which they depend. 
 
Please note that the counts quoted below are waterfordbirds.com and provide only a selective summary of available information.  These counts should not be quoted elsewhere without contacting the website compilers.  Preferably, please contact the I-WeBS Office at BirdWatch Ireland for the official I-WeBS dataset.  Text updated 16 July 2010..
 
Winter 2005/2006
 
 
Winter 2004/2005
 
Dungarvan     
Ballinlough     
 
 
Peak I-WeBS counts for Co Waterford sites: highest counts for each species based on counts in winters 1994/95 to 2004/2005
 
Figures based here are based on incomplete data but will updated as more complete data become available.  Last updated 18 Feb 2005.
 
 

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Dungarvan

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Fiddown

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