Smew (Mergellus albellus)


En-usSmew   CaBec de serra petit   DaLille Skallesluger   DeZwergsäger   EsSerreta chica   Fiuivelo   FrHarle piette   ItPesciaiola   NlNonnetje   NoLappfiskand   PtMerganso-pequeno   SvSalskrake   RuЛуток

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22:44 10/06/17
21:11 28/05/17
16:20 25/05/17
17:21 24/05/17
09:30 30/04/17
08:15 29/04/17
08:17 28/04/17
17:16 27/04/17
09:44 26/04/17
08:40 26/04/17

10 reports returned.

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Smew breeds in the following countries (Bird News Extra subscribers will see population statistics and information on trends for each country, and a map of population densities):


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Sat 25/02/17  New content  
Focus On: Smew: of white nuns and redheads
Focus On Smew: of white nuns and redheads
David Campbell takes a look at the enthralling history of Smew, one of the world's most beautiful ducks, in Britain.  read on read on
Mon 26/01/15
WWT: Smew adapting well to climatic change
WWT Smew adapting well to climatic change
A new study suggests Smew is doing twice as well within areas protected by EU wildlife laws as the species spreads north-east across Europe in response to climate change.  read on read on
Thu 09/11/06 Webzine subscribers only
Focus On: Porcelain prize: Where to see Smew
Focus On Porcelain prize
A superb prize for wildfowl-watchers on their patch, this beautiful duck can easily brighten up a cold winter's day. Find out where to see 'white nuns' and 'redheads'.  log in log in

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