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de Vries H (2020): Waarneming.nl (NL) - Great Grey Shrike Count 2013-2014. v1.2. Waarneming.nl. Dataset/Occurrence. http://ipt.nlbif.nl/resource?r=waarnemingnllaniusexcaliburcount20132014&v=1.2
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Occurence Lanius Excubitor Great Grey Shrike Klapekster Waarneming.nl; Observation
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|Bounding Coordinates||South West [50.7, 1.69], North East [53.81, 7.23]|
|Start Date / End Date||2013-12-20 / 2014-01-27|
The observer(s) investigates the claimed area(s) on two seperate fieldtrips with at least 3 weeks interval.
|Quality Control||All observations of this species are validated by the Waarneming.nl validation team. To ensure no mistakes are in the data.|
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