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Wednesday, July 19th, 2017
avinews
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posted by Christopher König
 
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posted by Christopher König
 
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posted by Christopher König
 
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avinews
„Rare Birds in Germany 2015“ published
posted by Christopher König
 
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avinews
Birdrace 2017 - Ergebnisse und Nachlese
posted by Johannes Wahl
 
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technews
Changes of the abundance class of some (very) rare species
posted by Christopher König
 
Monday, May 8th, 2017
tipnews
Traveling Europe? NaturaList helps you to contribute to the second European Breeding Bird Atlas – Please take part!

By using the ornitho-App “NaturaList” you can contribute to one of the most ambitious projects in European ornithology: compiling the second European Breeding Bird Atlas. If you have plans for traveling around Europe in the forthcoming weeks, please join the team and contribute to creating a better picture of the distribution of European breeding birds! We let you know how.

The EBCC (European Bird Census Council) is the umbrella organisation of avifaunistic associations in Europe. Together with its partners in the European countries (natur&emwelt in Luxembourg and the DDA in Germany) the EBCC works at developing the second European Breeding Bird Atlas (EBBA2). Publication of the first Atlas was some 20 years ago, the referring data dates back even further with being around 30 years old by now. Much has changed in Europe since then.

Aim of EBBA2 is to cover the whole of Europe from the Ural to the Azores and from Svalbard to Malta; an ambitious aim as in wide parts of Europe the observer density is much lower than in our country. Particularly in East and Southeast Europe (but not only there) pieces are missing from the puzzle. Please help us to fill the gaps! Learn more about the project “EBBA2” on www.ebba2.info.

You can contribute to EBBA2 in two ways:

  1. Please enter all records that seem relevant to you by using a breeding code if you observe any birds with behavior indicating either possible, likely or confirmed breeding.
  2. Carry out circuit trips of lengths of 1 to 2 hours and record all bird species by filling in an observation list. If doing so, please enter all records with a breeding code whenever the bird shows behavior indicating either possible, likely or confirmed breeding. Every species seen or heard during the trip has to be recorded only once. However, we suggest the following procedure: if possible, please submit all records of moderately common and rare species. When recording common species, please always submit a record the first time you see/hear a species and afterwards only if you notice an individual of the same species showing behavior which indicates a higher breeding code. For example, the first blue tit you have spotted sung. So you enter the sighting with A2. Later you have spotted another blue tit which carried food. Please enter the second blue tit stating C14b. Alternatively you can of course submit all sightings for all species using the relevant breeding code.

Please bear in mind and if appropriate brush up your knowledge regarding the guidelines for stating the correct breeding codes

By carrying out circuit trips or just by entering your bird sightings during your holidays you make a huge contribution to EBBA2. The simplest way to submit the data is via the App “NaturaList”. For the whole of Europe maps are available through OpenStreetMap. You can download the maps for your holiday destination in advance of your trip. This enables you to submit accurate data even when there is no connection to the internet on-site. If you wish not to work with “NaturaList” you can download a table in Excel-format.

We hope you will have many interesting observations in our country and throughout Europe during the forthcoming weeks.

On behalf of the EBBA2-Team

Christopher König, Patric Lorgé und Johannes Wahl
for the teams of ornitho.de and ornitho.lu

 

Photo: Sardinian warbler. © I. Waschkies

posted by Christopher König
 
Friday, April 21st, 2017
tipnews
Sponsor a Red Kite and support its protection!
posted by Christopher König
 
Friday, April 14th, 2017
technews
Info on the use of breeding codes
posted by Christopher König
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