NatureScot Commissioned Report 389 - The design of a monitoring programme for bean geese on the Slamannan Plateau
In Britain, Taiga Bean geese (Anser fabalis fabalis) have a very restricted distribution. There are two British winter flocks which occupy an important part of the traditional winter range of species, one winters at the Yare marshes, Norfolk and the other on the Slamannan Plateau, central Scotland. In Scotland, the bean goose was regarded as a common winter visitor during the 19th century.
Publication 2010 - NatureScot Commissioned Report 389 - The design of a monitoring programme for bean geese on the Slamannan Plateau
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