VWSG publication list

Weston, M. A., Clarke, K., Maguire, G. S., & Sumner, J. 2020. Morphological and molecular evidence of population divergence in a widespread shorebird across its southern mainland Australian distribution. Conservation Genetics. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10592-020-01286-2

Choi, C.-Y., H.-B. Peng, P. He, X.-T. Ren, S. Zhang, M. V. Jackson, X. Gan, Y. Chen, Y. Jia, M. Christie, T. Flaherty, K.-S. K. Leung, C. Yy, N. J. Murray, T. Piersma, R. A. Fuller, and Z. Ma. 2019. Where to draw the line? Using movement data to inform protected area design and conserve mobile species. Biological Conservation 234:64-71.

Marcelino, V. R. , M. Wille, A. C. Hurt, D. Gonzalez-Acuna, M. Klaassen, T. Schlub, J.-S. Eden, M. Shi, J. R. Iredell, T. C. Sorrell, E. C. Holmes. 2019. Meta-transcriptomics reveals a diverse antibiotic resistance gene pool in avian microbiomes. BMC Biology. 17:31. doi: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12915-019-0649-1. “The canary in the superbug mine

Smith, H.G., R.H. Clarke, J.A. Larkins, D.C. Bean, A.R. Greenhill. 2019. Wild Australian birds and drug-resistant bacteria: characterisation of antibiotic-resistant Escherichia coli and Enterococcus spp. Emu-Austral Ornithology 119(4):384-390. https://doi.org/10.1080/01584197.2019.1591162

Wille, M., S. Lisovski, A. Risely, D. Rochier, M. Ferenczi, F. Y. K. Wong, A. C. Breed, M. Klaassen, A. C. Hurt. 2019. Serological evidence of exposure to H5 highly pathogenic avian influenza viruses in migratory shorebirds sampled in Australia. Emerging Infectious Disease. 25: 1903-1910. doi: 10.3201/eid2510.190699. “How our avian athletes could spread influenza

Wille, M., M. Shi, M. Klaassen, A. C. Hurt, E. C. Holmes. 2019. Virome heterogeneity and connectivity in waterfowl and shorebird communities. ISME Journal. doi: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41396-019-0458-0. “A duck is not a duck is not a duck

Chamings, A., T. Nelson, J. Vibin, M. Wille, M Klaassen, S. Alexandersen. 2018. Detection and characterisation of coronaviruses in migratory and non-migratory Australian wild birds. Scientific Reports. 8: doi:10.1038/s41598-018-24407-x.

Minton, C., R. Atkinson, K. Leung, and R. Patrick. 2018a. VWSG KING ISLAND TRIP 17-26 MARCH 2018. Stilt 72:56-61.

Minton, C., C. Hassell, and K. Leung. 2018b. WHIMBREL TAKES ACTION TO AVOID IMPACT OF CYCLONE. Stilt 72:51-54.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, C. Hassell, R. Patrick, R. Atkinson, and I. Marks. 2018c. WADER BREEDING SUCCESS IN THE 2017 ARCTIC SUMMER, BASED ON JUVENILE RATIOS OF BIRDS WHICH SPEND THE NON-BREEDING SEASON IN AUSTRALIA. Stilt 72:62-65.

Murray, N. J., P. P. Marra, R. A. Fuller, R. S. Clemens, K. Dhanjal-Adams, K. B. Gosbell, C. J. Hassell, T. Iwamura, D. Melville, C. D. T. Minton, A. C. Riegen, D. I. Rogers, E. J. Woehler, and C. E. Studds. 2018. The large-scale drivers of population declines in a long-distance migratory shorebird. Ecography 41:867-876.

Zhao, M., Christie, M., Coleman, J., Hassell, C., Gosbell, K., Lisovski, S., Minton, Cl., Klaassen, Ma., Lisovski, S., 2018. Body size shapes inter-specific migratory behaviour: evidence from individual tracks of long-distance migratory shorebirds. Journal of Avian Biology, 49, UNSP e01570. https://10.1111/jav.01570

Bellio, M., C. Minton, and I. Veltheim. 2017. Challenges faced by shorebird species using the inland wetlands of the East Asian-Australasian Flyway: the little curlew example. Marine and Freshwater Research 68:999-1009.

Minton, C., C. Hassell, R. H. Clarke, and N. Jackett. 2017a. WHITE-HEADED STILT (HIMANTOPUS LEUCOCEPHALUS) NOW AN INTERNATIONAL MIGRATORY WADER? Stilt 71:51-53.

Minton, C., D. Hughes, and M. Hulzebosch. 2017b. RED-NECKED PHALAROPE AT WERRIBEE WESTERN TREATMENT PLANT HAS UNUSUAL FEEDING MODE. Stilt 71:47-48.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, C. Hassell, M. Dawkins, and K. Leung. 2017c. NORTH-WEST AUSTRALIA WADER & TERN EXPEDITION 2017 REPORT WEDNESDAY 8TH FEBRUARY TO THURSDAY 2ND MARCH 2017. Stilt 71:56-62.

Risely, A., D.W. Waite, B. Ujvari, B.J. Hoye, and M. Klaassen. 2018. Active migration is associated with specific and consistent changes to gut microbiota in Calidris shorebirds. Journal of Animal Ecology 87(2): 428-437. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2656.12784

Risely, A., D. Waite, B. Ujvari, M. Klaassen, B. Hoye. 2017. Gut microbiota of a long‐distance migrant demonstrates resistance against environmental microbe incursions. Molecular ecology 26(20): 5842-5854. https://doi.org/10.1111/mec.14326

Studds, C. E., B. E. Kendall, N. J. Murray, H. B. Wilson, D. I. Rogers, R. S. Clemens, K. Gosbell, C. J. Hassell, R. Jessop, D. S. Melville, D. A. Milton, C. D. T. Minton, H. P. Possingham, A. C. Riegen, P. Straw, E. J. Woehler, and R. A. Fuller. 2017. Rapid population decline in migratory shorebirds relying on Yellow Sea tidal mudflats as stopover sites. Nature Communications 8.

Zhao, M., M. Christie, J. Coleman, C. Hassell, K. Gosbell, S. Lisovski, C. Minton, and M. Klaassen. 2017. Time versus energy minimization migration strategy varies with body size and season in long-distance migratory shorebirds. Movement Ecology 5.

Bulla, M., M. Valcu, A. M. Dokter, A. G. Dondua, A. Kosztolanyi, A. L. Rutten, B. Helm, B. K. Sandercock, B. Casler, B. J. Ens, C. S. Spiegel, C. J. Hassell, C. Kuepper, C. Minton, D. Burgas, D. B. Lank, D. C. Payer, E. Y. Loktionov, E. Nol, E. Kwon, F. Smith, H. R. Gates, H. Vitnerova, H. Prueter, J. A. Johnson, J. J. H. St Clair, J.-F. Lamarre, J. Rausch, J. Reneerkens, J. R. Conklin, J. Burger, J. Liebezeit, J. Bety, J. T. Coleman, J. Figuerola, J. C. E. W. Hooijmeijer, J. A. Alves, J. A. M. Smith, K. Weidinger, K. Koivula, K. Gosbell, K.-M. Exo, L. Niles, L. Koloski, L. McKinnon, L. Praus, M. Klaassen, M.-A. Giroux, M. Sladecek, M. L. Boldenow, M. I. Goldstein, M. Salek, N. Senner, N. Ronka, N. Lecomte, O. Gilg, O. Vincze, O. W. Johnson, P. A. Smith, P. F. Woodard, P. S. Tomkovich, P. F. Battley, R. Bentzen, R. B. Lanctot, R. Porter, S. T. Saalfeld, S. Freeman, S. C. Brown, S. Yezerinac, T. Szekely, T. Montalvo, T. Piersma, V. Loverti, V.-M. Pakanen, W. Tijsen, and B. Kempenaers. 2016. Unexpected diversity in socially synchronized rhythms of shorebirds. Nature 540:109-+.

Clemens, R. S., D. I. Rogers, B. D. Hansen, K. Gosbell, C. D. T. Minton, P. Straw, M. Bamford, E. J. Woehler, D. A. Milton, M. A. Weston, B. Venables, D. Weller, C. Hassell, B. Rutherford, K. Onton, A. Herrod, C. E. Studds, C.-Y. Choi, K. L. Dhanjal-Adams, N. J. Murray, G. A. Skilleter, and R. A. Fuller. 2016. Continental-scale decreases in shorebird populations in Australia. Emu-Austral Ornithology 116:119-135.

Lisovski, S., K. Gosbell, M. Christie, B. J. Hoye, M. Klaassen, I. D. Stewart, A. J. Taysom, and C. Minton. 2016. Movement patterns of Sanderling (Calidris alba) in the East Asian-Australasian Flyway and a comparison of methods for identification of crucial areas for conservation. Emu 116:168-177.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, and C. Hassell. 2016a. WADER BREEDING SUCCESS IN THE 2015 ARCTIC SUMMER, BASED ON JUVENILE RATIOS OF BIRDS WHICH SPEND THE NON-BREEDING SEASON IN AUSTRALIA. Stilt 69-70:91-93.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, C. Hassell, M. Dawkins, and K. Leung. 2016b. NORTH-WEST AUSTRALIA WADER & TERN EXPEDITION 2016 REPORT SATURDAY 6TH FEBRUARY TO SUNDAY 28TH FEBRUARY 2016. Stilt 69-70:84-90.

Weiser, E. L., R. B. Lanctot, S. C. Brown, J. A. Alves, P. F. Battley, R. Bentzen, J. Bety, M. A. Bishop, M. Boldenow, L. Bollache, B. Casler, M. Christie, J. T. Coleman, J. R. Conklin, W. B. English, H. R. Gates, O. Gilg, M.-A. Giroux, K. Gosbell, C. Hassell, J. Helmericks, A. Johnson, B. Katrinardottir, K. Koivula, E. Kwon, J.-F. Lamarre, J. Lang, D. B. Lank, N. Lecomte, J. Liebezeit, V. Loverti, L. McKinnon, C. Minton, D. Mizrahi, E. Nol, V.-M. Pakanen, J. Perz, R. Porter, J. Rausch, J. Reneerkens, N. Ronka, S. Saalfeld, N. Senner, B. Sittler, P. A. Smith, K. Sowl, A. Taylor, D. H. Ward, S. Yezerinac, and B. K. Sandercock. 2016. Effects of geolocators on hatching success, return rates, breeding movements, and change in body mass in 16 species of Arctic-breeding shorebirds. Movement Ecology 4.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, and C. Hassell. 2015a. WADER BREEDING SUCCESS IN THE 2014 ARCTIC SUMMER, BASED ON JUVENILE RATIOS OF BIRDS WHICH SPEND THE NON-BREEDING SEASON IN AUSTRALIA. Stilt 68:47-50.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, C. Hassell, M. Dawkins, P. Wright, and K. Leung. 2015b. NORTH-WEST AUSTRALIA WADER & TERN EXPEDITION 2015 REPORT. Stilt 67:36-42.

Minton, C., J. Lane, G. Pearson, A. Clarke, and A. Chapman. 2015c. MOVEMENTS OF BANDED STILTS MARKED AT THE LAKE BALLARD AND LAKE MARMION COLONIES IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA IN 1995. Stilt 67:22-27.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, and C. Hassell. 2014a. NORTH-WEST AUSTRALIA WADER AND TERN EXPEDITION REPORT 16TH FEBRUARY TO 9TH MARCH 2014. Stilt 65:41-46.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, and C. Hassell. 2014b. WADER BREEDING SUCCESS IN THE 2013 ARCTIC SUMMER, BASED ON JUVENILE RATIOS OF BIRDS WHICH SPEND THE NON-BREEDING SEASON IN AUSTRALIA. Stilt 65:47-50.

Iwamura, T., H. P. Possingham, I. Chades, C. Minton, N. J. Murray, D. I. Rogers, E. A. Treml, and R. A. Fuller. 2013. Migratory connectivity magnifies the consequences of habitat loss from sea-level rise for shorebird populations. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 280.

Minton, C., K. Gosbell, P. Johns, M. Christie, M. Klaassen, C. Hassell, A. Boyle, R. Jessop, and J. Fox. 2013a. New insights from geolocators deployed on waders in Australia. Wader Study Group Bulletin 120:37-46.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, and C. Hassell. 2013b. WADER BREEDING SUCCESS IN THE 2012 ARCTIC SUMMER, BASED ON JUVENILE RATIOS OF BIRDS WHICH SPEND THE NON-BREEDING SEASON IN AUSTRALIA. Stilt 63-6:56-58.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, C. Hassell, and M. Christie. 2013c. NORTH-WEST AUSTRALIA WADER & TERN EXPEDITION REPORT 23RD FEBRUARY TO 16TH MARCH 2013. Stilt 63-6:50-55.

Minton, C., P. Dann, A. Ewing, S. Taylor, R. Jessop, P. Anton, and R. Clemens. 2012a. TRENDS OF SHOREBIRDS IN CORNER INLET, VICTORIA, 1982-2011. Stilt 61:3-18.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, and C. Hassell. 2012b. WADER BREEDING SUCCESS IN THE 2011 ARCTIC SUMMER, BASED ON JUVENILE RATIOS OF BIRDS WHICH SPEND THE NON-BREEDING SEASON IN AUSTRALIA. Stilt 62:54-57.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, C. Hassell, and M. Christie. 2012c. NORTH-WEST AUSTRALIA WADER AND TERN EXPEDITION REPORT 18TH FEBRUARY TO 11TH MARCH 2012. Stilt 61:59-64.

McGowan, C. P., J. E. Hines, J. D. Nichols, J. E. Lyons, D. R. Smith, K. S. Kalasz, L. J. Niles, A. D. Dey, N. A. Clark, P. W. Atkinson, C. D. T. Minton, and W. Kendall. 2011. Demographic consequences of migratory stopover: linking red knot survival to horseshoe crab spawning abundance. Ecosphere 2.

Minton, C., M. Connor, D. Price, R. Jessop, P. Collins, H. Sitters, C. Hassell, G. Pearson, and D. Rogers. 2011a. Wader numbers and distribution on Eighty Mile Beach, north-west Australia: baseline counts for the period 1981-2003. Conservation Science Western Australia 8:345-366.

Minton, C., K. Gosbell, P. Johns, M. Christie, M. Klaassen, C. Hassell, A. Boyle, R. Jessop, and J. Fox. 2011b. Geolocator studies on Ruddy Turnstones Arenaria interpres and Greater Sandplovers Charadrius leschenaultii in the East Asian-Australasia Flyway reveal widely different migration strategies. Wader Study Group Bulletin 118:87-96.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, P. Collins, and R. Standen. 2011c. The migration of eastern curlew Numenius madagascariensis to and from Australia. Stilt 59:6-16.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, and C. Hassell. 2011d. RECORD WADER BREEDING SUCCESS IN THE 2009 ARCTIC SUMMER. Arctic Birds International Breeding Conditions Survey Newsletter 12:53-56.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, and C. Hassell. 2011e. WADER BREEDING SUCCESS IN THE 2010 ARCTIC SUMMER, BASED ON JUVENILE RATIOS OF BIRDS WHICH SPEND THE NON-BREEDING SEASON IN AUSTRALIA. Stilt 60:58-60.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, C. Hassell, and M. Christie. 2011f. North-west Australia wader and tern expedition report 19th February to 12th March 2011. Stilt 59:63-68.

Minton, C., J. Wahl, H. Gibbs, R. Jessop, C. Hassell, and A. Boyle. 2011g. Recoveries and flag sightings of waders which spend the non-breeding season in Australia. Stilt 59:17-43.

Branson, N. J. B. A., Y. Shigeta, C. Y. Chiang, and C. D. T. Minton. 2010. Movements of grey-tailed tattlers and terek sandpipers in the east Asian-Australasian flyway. Wader Study Group Bulletin 117:27-34.

Minton, C., M. Christie, P. Johns, C. Chiang, C.-H. Liu, and H. Gibbs. 2010a. SIGHTINGS OF ENGRAVED LEG FLAG RUDDY TURNSTONES ARENARIA INTERPRES ON MIGRATION. Stilt 58:63-64.

Minton, C., K. Gosbell, P. Johns, M. Christie, J. W. Fox, and V. Afanasyev. 2010b. Initial results from light level geolocator trials on ruddy turnstone Arenaria interpres reveal unexpected migration route. Wader Study Group Bulletin 117:9-14.

Minton, C., S. Taylor, R. Jessop, H. Gibbs, T. Habraken, and R. Schuckard. 2010c. AMAZING INITIAL RESULTS FROM THE DEPLOYMENT OF ENGRAVED LEG FLAGS ON BAR-TAILED GODWITS LIMOSA LAPPONICA IN VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA. Stilt 58:10-12.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, and C. Hassell. 2009a. Wader breeding success in the 2008 Arctic summer, based on juvenile ratios of birds which spend the non-breeding season in Australia. Stilt 56:6-9.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, and C. Hassell. 2009b. Wader breeding success in the 2008 Arctic summer, based on juvenile ratios of birds which spend the non-breeding season in Australia. Arctic Birds International Breeding Conditions Survey Newsletter 11:58-62.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, C. Hassell, and M. Christie. 2009c. North-West Australia wader and tern expedition 8 to 29 November 2008. Stilt 55:51-56.

Niles, L. J., J. Bart, H. P. Sitters, A. D. Dey, K. E. Clark, P. W. Atkinson, A. J. Baker, K. A. Bennett, K. S. Kalasz, N. A. Clark, J. Clark, S. Gillings, A. S. Gates, P. M. Gonzalez, D. E. Hernandez, C. D. T. Minton, R. I. G. Morrison, R. R. Porter, R. K. Ross, and C. R. Veitch. 2009. Effects of Horseshoe Crab Harvest in Delaware Bay on Red Knots: Are Harvest Restrictions Working? Bioscience 59:153-164.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, and C. Hassell. 2008a. 2007 Breeding success, based on juvenile ratios of Northern Hemisphere waders which spend the non-breeding season in Australia. Stilt 53:15-19.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, C. Hassell, and M. Christie. 2008b. North-West Australia Wader and Tern Expedition 2007 (10th November to 1st December 2007). Stilt 53:31-36.

Minton, C., P. Johns, and M. Christie. 2008c. Ruddy turnstones Arenaria interpres on King Island, Tasmania, Australia. Stilt 53:24-29.

Minton, C. 2007. Possible effects of hot weather on wader food supplies. Stilt 51-52:11-12.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, and C. Hassell. 2007a. Breeding success of Arctic waders in 2006, based on juvenile ratios in Australia in the 2006/2007 Austral summer. Arctic Birds International Breeding Conditions Survey Newsletter 9:54-58.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, and C. Hassell. 2007b. Breeding success of Arctic waders in 2006, based on juvenile ratios in Australia in the 2006/2007 Austral summer. Stilt 51-52:3-6.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, C. Hassell, M. Christie, and P. Collins. 2007c. North-west Australia wader and tern expedition: 4 to 25 November 2006. Stilt 51-52:13-19.

Barter, M., C. Lei, L. Gang, and Y. Oin. 2006. WWF-China waterbird surveys in the lower Yangtze floodplain in 2005 and 2005. TWSG News 15:87-90.

Barter, M. A. 2006. The Yellow Sea – a vitally important staging region for migratory shorebirds.

Minton, C. 2006a. The history and achievements of the Victorian Wader Study Group. Stilt 50:285-294.

Minton, C. 2006b. The history of wader studies in north-west Australia. Stilt 50:224-234.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, P. Collins, and C. Hassell. 2006a. Arctic breeding success in 2005, based on juvenile ratios in waders in Australia in the 2005/2006 austral summer. Arctic Birds International Breeding Conditions Survey Newsletter 8:53-58.

Minton, C., J. Wahl, R. Jessop, C. Hassell, P. Collins, and H. Gibbs. 2006b. Migration routes of waders which spend the non-breeding season in Australia. Stilt 50:135-157.

Minton, C. D. T., R. E. Jessop, P. C. Collins, and J. R. Wilson. 2006c. The migratory movements of curlew sandpipers Calidris ferruginea which visit Australia. International Wader Studies 19:171-183.

Minton, C. D. T., K. G. Rogers, R. E. Jessop, D. M. Graham, and A. D. Lowther. 2006d. Biometrics and moult of the curlew sandpiper Calidris ferruginea in Australia. International Wader Studies 19:195-204.

Minton, C. D. T., J. R. Wilson, R. E. Jesop, and P. C. Collins. 2006e. Site faithfulness and migratory movements of curlew sandpipers Calidris ferruginea within Australia. International Wader Studies 19:184-194.

Barter, M., L. Cao, L. Chen, and G. Lei. 2005a. Results of a survey for waterbirds in the lower Yangtze floodplain, China, in January – February 2004. Forktail 21:1-7.

Barter, M., K. Gosbell, L. Cao, and Q. Xu. 2005b. Northward shorebird migration surveys in 2005 at four new Yellow Sea sites in Jiangsu and Liaoning Provinces. Stilt 48:13-17.

Barter, M. A. 2005a. Keeping the common shorebirds common: action planning to save the dunlin. Wetlands International Global Series 18:183-187.

Barter, M. A. 2005b. Yellow Sea-driven priorities for Australian shorebird researchers. Wetlands International Global Series 18:158-160.

Minton, C. 2005. What have we learned from banding and flagging waders in Australia? Wetlands International Global Series 18:116-142.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, P. Collins, M. Christie, I. Stewert, A. Ewing, and H. Gibbs. 2005a. Sightings in 2004-2005 of waders leg-flagged in South Australia: report number 4. Stilt 48:50-53.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, P. Collins, A. Ewing, and H. Gibbs. 2005b. Sighting of waders leg flagged in Victoria: report number 12. Stilt 48:42-49.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, P. Collins, and K. Gosbell. 2005c. Monitoring shorebird breeding productivity by the percentage of first year birds in populations in S.E. Australian non-breeding areas. Wetlands International Global Series 18:73-85.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, P. Collins, and C. Hassell. 2005d. Arctic breeding success in 2004, based on juvenile ratios in waders in Australia in the 2004/2005 austral summer. Arctic Birds International Breeding Conditions Survey Newsletter 7:46-52.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, P. Collins, and C. Hassell. 2005e. Juvenile percentages of migratory waders in the 2004/05 Australian summer. Stilt 47:10-14.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, P. Collins, and C. Hassell. 2005f. NWA 2005 Wader and Tern Expedition, 12 February to 6 March 2005. Stilt 47:58-64.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, P. Collins, C. Hassell, A. Ewing, and H. Gibbs. 2005g. Sightings of wader and terns leg-flagged in North-West Australia: Report Number 9. Stilt 47:47-57.

Barter, M., and A. Riegen. 2004. Northward shorebird migration through Yalu Jiang National Nature Reserve. Stilt 46:9-14.

Barter, M., and Q. Xu. 2004. Northward shorebird migration surveys in 2004 at three Yellow Sea sites in Jiangsu and Shandong Provinces. Stilt 46:2-8.

Beasley, L., C. Minton, R. Jessop, and P. Collins. 2004a. Sightings of waders leg-flagged in Victoria: report number 10. Stilt 46:54-64.

Beasley, L., C. Minton, R. Jessop, P. Collins, M. Christie, and I. Stewart. 2004b. Sightings of waders leg flagged in South Australia – report no.2. Stilt 46:48-50.

Minton, C. 2004b. Measuring wader breeding success in the non-breeding season: the importance of excluding immatures. Wader Study Group Bulletin 105:90-92.

Minton, C., P. Collins, H. Sitters, C. Hassell, and R. Jessop. 2004a. NWA 2004 wader and tern expedition, 24 January to 14 February, 2004. Stilt 45:54-59.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, P. Collins, M. Christie, I. Stewart, and I. Veltheim. 2004b. Sightings in 2003-04 of waders leg-flagged in South-Australia – report number 3. Stilt 46:51-53.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, P. Collins, C. Hassell, and L. Beasley. 2004c. Sightings of waders and terns leg-flagged in N.W. Australia: report number 8. Stilt 45:60-70.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, P. Collins, H. Sitters, and C. Hassell. 2004d. Arctic breeding success in 2003, based on juvenile ratios in waders in Australia in the 2003/2004 austral summer. Arctic Birds International Breeding Conditions Survey Newsletter 6:39-42.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, P. Collins, H. Sitters, and C. Hassell. 2004e. Juvenile percentages of migratory waders in the 2003/04 Australian summer. Stilt 46:31-34.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, P. Collins, and I. Veltheim. 2004f. Sightings in 2003-04 of waders leg-flagged in Victoria: report number 11. Stilt 46:65-77.

Minton, C., and D. Rogers. 2004. More on Oriental pratincole numbers. Stilt 46:35-35.

Barter, M. 2003a. The Yellow Sea – a race against time. Wader Study Group Bulletin 100:111-113.

Barter, M. 2003b. The yellow sea and its shorebirds. Bulletin of the Oriental Bird Club 37:35-42.

Barter, M. A., A. Riegen, and Q. Xu. 2003. Shorebird numbers in Bohai Wan during northward migration. Stilt 44:3-8.

Minton, C. 2003. The importance of long-term monitoring of reproduction rates in waders. Wader Study Group Bulletin 100:178-182.

Minton, C., and P. Collins. 2003. Marsh sandpipers can also swim when feeding. Stilt 43:28-28.

Minton, C., P. Collins, and H. Sitters. 2003a. Northwest Australia Wader and Tern Expedition from 30 December 2000 to 30 January 2001. Stilt 43:51-54.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, and P. Collins. 2003b. Northwest Australia Wader and Tern Expedition from 15 May to 3 June 2000. Stilt 43:47-50.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, and P. Collins. 2003c. Northwest Australia Wader and Tern Expedition from 15 September to 17 November 2001. Stilt 43:55-67.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, and P. Collins. 2003d. Sanderling and ruddy turnstone breeding success between 1989 and 2002 based on data from S.E. Australia. Arctic Birds International Breeding Conditions Newsletter 5:48-50.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, and P. Collins. 2003e. A summary of the results of the northwestern Australia wader and tern expedition from 28 June to 19 July 2003. Stilt 44:64-72.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, and P. Collins. 2003f. Variations in apparent annual breeding success of red-necked stints and curlew sandpipers between 1991 and 2001. Stilt 43:30-33.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, P. Collins, and C. Hassell. 2003g. Arctic breeding success in 2002, based on the percentage of first year birds in wader populations in Australia in the 2002/2003 austral summer. Arctic Birds International Breeding Conditions Newsletter 5:45-47.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, P. Collins, and H. Sitters. 2003h. Northwest Australia Wader and Tern Expedition from 1 August to 1 November 1998. Stilt 43:42-46.

Barter, M. A., J. J. Du, H. Wang, Y. Q. Chen, Z. D. Gao, H. Cheng, and C. R. Li. 2002. Shorebird numbers in the Yancheng National Nature Reserve during the 2001 northward migration. Stilt 41:27-34.

Minton, C. 2002a. Curlew sandpiper transfers to the South African flyway. Stilt 42:37-37.

Minton, C. 2002b. Great spotted woodpeckers feeding on apples. British Birds 95:192-192.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, and P. Collins. 2002a. Variations in apparent annual breeding success of red-necked stints and curlew sandpipers between 1991 and 2001. Arctic Birds International Breeding Conditions Newsletter 4:43-45.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, P. Collins, J. Deleyev, and L. Beasley. 2002b. Sightings of waders leg-flagged in Victoria: report number 9. Stilt 42:56-72.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, P. Collins, J. Deleyev, and L. Beasley. 2002c. Sightings of waders leg flagged in South Australia: report no.1. Stilt 42:52-55.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, P. Collins, and C. Hassell. 2002d. Year 2001 Arctic breeding success, as measured by the percentage of first year birds in wader populations in Australia in the 2001/02 austral summer. Stilt 42:32-36.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, P. Collins, and C. Hassell. 2002e. Year 2001 Arctic breeding success, as measured by the percentage of first year birds in wader populations in Australia in the 2001/02 austral summer. Arctic Birds International Breeding Conditions Newsletter 4:39-42.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, P. Collins, C. Hassell, J. Deleyev, and L. Beasley. 2002f. Sightings of waders and terns leg-flagged in N.W. Australia: report number 7. Stilt 42:38-51.

Barter, M. A., Z. W. Li, and J. L. Xu. 2001. Shorebird numbers on the Tianjin Municipality coast in May 2000. Stilt 39:2-9.

Minton, C. 2001a. Summary of overseas sightings of waders leg flagged in Victoria and south eastern South Australia. Stilt 39:45-47.

Minton, C. 2001c. Waders diving and swimming underwater as a means of escape. Wader Study Group Bulletin 96:86-86.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, P. Collins, and D. Graham. 2001a. Sightings of waders leg-flagged in Victoria: report number 8. Stilt 39:48-60.

Minton, C., R. Jessop, P. Collins, and C. Hassell. 2001b. Indications of year 2000 Arctic breeding success based on the percentage of first year birds in Australia in the 2000/01 austral summer. Arctic Birds International Breeding Conditions Newsletter 3:31-32.

Minton, C. D. T., and L. Serra. 2001. Biometrics and moult of Grey Plovers, Pluvialis squatarola, in Australia. Emu 101:13-18.

Barter, M. A., J. R. Wilson, Z. W. Li, Z. G. Dong, Y. G. Cao, and L. S. Jiang. 2000a. Yalu Jiang National Nature Reserve, north-eastern China – a newly discovered internationally important Yellow Sea site for northward migrating shorebirds. Stilt 37:14-21.

Barter, M. A., J. R. Wilson, Z. W. Li, Y. X. Li, C. Y. Yang, X. J. Li, Y. F. Liu, and H. S. Tian. 2000b. Northward migration of shorebirds in the Shuangtaizihekou National Nature Reserve , Liaoning Province, China in 1998 and 1999. Stilt 37:2-10.

Minton, C. 2000a. Curlew sandpipers Calidris ferruginea swimming when feeding. Stilt 37:22-23.

Minton, C. 2000b. Waders roosting on mangroves. Stilt 37:23-24.

Minton, C., and R. Jessop. 2000. Tern banding by the Victorian Waders Study Group, 1999/2000. Australasian Seabird Bulletin 36:10-11.

Minton, C. D. T. 2000c. Experiences with Darvic colour-rings in Australia. Wader Study Group Bulletin 93:44-45.

Barter, M. A., D. A. Tonkinson, J. R. Wilson, Z. W. Li, J. Z. Lu, K. Shan, and S. Y. Zhu. 1999. The Huang He Delta – an important staging site for little curlew Numenius minutus on northward migration. Stilt 34:11-17.

Minton, C., and R. Jessop. 1999a. Sightings of leg-flagged waders from NW Australia: report number 5. Stilt 34:41-45.

Minton, C., and R. Jessop. 1999b. Sightings of leg-flagged waders from Victoria, Australia. Report number 7. Stilt 35:43-51.

Minton, C., and R. Jessop. 1999c. Sightings of waders and terns leg-flagged in north-western Australia. Report number 6. Stilt 35:52-58.

Minton, C. D. T. 1999. More on pied oystercatcher feeding on golf courses. Stilt 34:30-30.

Barter, M., and C. Minton. 1998. Can pre-migratory weight gain rates be used to predict departure weights of individual waders from north-western Australia? Stilt 32:5-15.

Barter, M. A., D. Tonkinson, J. Z. Lu, S. Y. Zhu, Y. Kong, T. H. Wang, Z. W. Li, and X. M. Meng. 1998. Shorebird numbers in the Huang He (Yellow River) delta during the 1997 northward migration. Stilt 33:15-26.

Minton, C. 1998a. Multiple bird deaths caused by a single fishing line. Australian Bird Watcher 17:344-346.

Minton, C., and P. Collins. 1998. Banded stilt Cladorhynchus leucocephalus attempting to copulate with a stick. Australian Bird Watcher 17:343-344.

Minton, C., and R. Jessop. 1998a. Annual variation in the moult score of two ruddy turnstones Arenaria interpres. Stilt 33:38-38.

Minton, C., and R. Jessop. 1998b. Birds of a feather. Stilt 33:37-38.

Minton, C. D. T. 1998b. Migratory movements of curlew sandpipers Calidris ferruginea that spend the non-breeding season in Australia. Stilt 32:28-40.

Minton, C. D. T. 1998c. Pied oystercatcher feeding on golf course. Stilt 33:37-37.

Minton, C. D. T., and R. Jessop. 1998c. Sightings of leg-flagged waders from Victoria, Australia: report number 6. Stilt 33:43-48.

Barter, M., Q. Fawen, T. Sixian, Y. Xiao, and D. Tonkinson. 1997a. Hunting of migratory waders on Chongming Dao: a declining occupation? Stilt 31:18-22.

Barter, M., and D. Tonkinson. 1997. Wader departures from Chongming Dao (near Shanghai, China) during March/April 1996. Stilt 31:12-17.

Barter, M., D. Tonkinson, T. Sixian, Y. Xiao, and Q. Fawen. 1997b. Staging of great knot Calidris tenuirostris, red knot C. canutus and bar-tailed godwit Limosa lapponica at Chongming Dao, Shanghai: jumpers to hoppers? Stilt 31:2-11.

Barter, M., D. Tonkinson, T. Sixian, Y. Xiao, and Q. Fawen. 1997c. Wader numbers on Chongming Dao, Yangtze estuary, China, during early 1966 1996 northward migration and the conservation implications. Stilt 30:7-13.

Minton, C. 1997. Breeding season census of pied oystercatchers Haematopus longirostris in Corner Inlet, Victoria. Stilt 30:35-38.

Minton, C., and R. Jessop. 1997a. Sightings of leg-flagged waders from Victoria, Australia; report number 5. Stilt 31:45-49.

Minton, C., and R. Jessop. 1997b. Sightings of waders leg-flagged (yellow) in north-west Australia: list number 4 – August 1997. Stilt 31:50-53.

Minton, C., H. Sitters, and R. Jessop. 1997a. The N.W. Australia wader study expedition in March and April 1996. Wader Study Group Bulletin 82:51-55.

Minton, C., H. Sitters, and R. Jessop. 1997b. Report on the 1996 north west Australia wader study expedition, 2 March-20 April. Stilt 30:56-66.

Barter, M. 1996. Ready! Steady! Go? A crucial decision for the long-distance migrant; an interesting challenge for the investigator. Stilt 28:32-42.

Barter, M., and D. Tonkinson. 1996. Report on Chongming Dao (China) shorebird research and training workshop – 25 March-16 April 1996. Stilt 29:41-42.

Minton, C. 1996a. Comparison of flag sightings versus recoveries for waders marked in Victoria, Australia. Stilt 29:39-39.

Minton, C. 1996b. Japanese leg-flagged waders seen in Australia. Stilt 29:55-56.

Minton, C. 1996c. Movements of little terns Sterna albifrons between Japan and Australia. Stilt 29:53-53.

Minton, C. 1996d. Russian colour-banded/flagged waders seen in Australia. Stilt 29:54-54.

Minton, C. 1996e. Sightings of leg-flagged waders from Victoria, Australia: report 4. Stilt 29:48-50.

Minton, C., and R. Jessop. 1996. Further sightings of waders leg-flagged (yellow) in north west Australia; list number 3 – July 1996. Stilt 29:51-52.

Minton, C. D. T. 1996f. The migration of the red-necked stint Calidris ruficollis. Stilt 29:24-35.

Minton, C. D. T., and R. J. Chandler. 1996. Palearctic waders in Western Australia. British Birds 89:177-184.

Minton, C. D. T., T. Piersma, D. E. Blanco, A. J. Baker, L. G. Benegas, P. de Goeij, R. E. Manriquez, M. Peck, and M. S. Ramirez. 1996. Wader numbers and the use of high tide roosts at the Hemispheric Reserve “Costa Atlantica de Tierra del Fuego”, Argentina – January and February 1995. Wader Study Group Bulletin 79:109-114.

Minton, C. 1994. Greenshank with deformed bill. Australian Bird Watcher 15:323-323.

Minton, C., and R. Jessop. 1994. The 1994 northwest Australia wader expedition. Stilt 25:8-11.

Minton, C. D. T., and D. Rogers. 1994. A preliminary report on the “Tundra Ecology ’94” expedition. Stilt 25:40-42.