Note on the occurrence of the White-winged Wood Duck Cairina scutulata on the west coast of North Sumatra

Derek A Holmes

Abstract


Details are provided of records of Cairina scutulata from North-western Sumatra. These are the first reports of this endangered species from outside the South-eastern corner of Sumatra since 1909, and they greatly expand the range in which remnant populations may still occur.


References


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