Allsopp, K & Nightingale, B / September 1992 – vol. 85, issue 9, pp 482–490 The winter weather was unexceptional: average monthly temperatures were a little above the long-term means in all areas, and occasional harsh spells of icy conditions did not last very long. European temperatures were also above their averages. As a result, the wintering bird populations remained static afler the late-autumn influxes.Divers, grebes and wildfowl. A notable concentration of Red-thro... This article is only available to subscribed users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.