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Corncrake monitorings in Anjou.

Friday 12 June 2015, by Thomas Chevalier

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Monitorings will start soon also in the Basses Vallées Angevines, most important bastion for Corncrake breeding in France.
There’s no fixed date, monitorings will take place between 1st of May and the 15th of June, which represent 32 nights of survey (2 at each of the 16 sites).
Volunteers are essentials for the good achievement of these monitorings. So, everyone’s goodwill are welcome.