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Feeding Rate and Success Rate of Foraging Waders in Tropical Intertidal Areas
Journal of Sustainable Natural Resources
A serious deduction in waders population worldwide has led to several study on ecology of waders in their stop-over migratory routes. Extensive study on wader's habitat used especially on their feeding ground is needed to establish a framework that channels to the conservation of waders species. Therefore, this study was aimed to determine the feeding and success rates of foraging in selected species of waders at Jeram and Remis Beaches of Selangor, Malaysia. Direct observation techniques weredoi:10.30880/jsunr.2020.01.01.005 fatcat:fydok2icdzb6ddagns6zuo5e4m