Birds monitoring in Grune, Belgium, from 2020 to 2023

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Several observations studies about birds in order to propose a windfarm project in Grune (Wallonia, Belgium), hold between 2020 and 2023: - Birds observed during the nesting period 2020 - Birds observed actively passing through during post-breeding migration 2023 - Birds observed stopping over during postnuptial migration 2023 - Birds observed in winter time (winter 2022-2023)

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