First tracking of declining Caspian terns Hydroprogne caspia breeding in the Baltic Sea reveals high migratory dispersion and disjunct annual ranges as obstacles to effective conservation

Cristina Rueda-Uribe, Ulrik Lötberg, Maria Ericsson, Sylvie V.M. Tesson, Susanne Åkesson

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