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Saturday, June 9th, 2018
technews
Google maps deactivated from 11th June onwards
posted by Johannes Wahl
 
Wednesday, May 30th, 2018
avinews
Attention: Influx of Rosy-coloured Starlings!
posted by Christopher König
 
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posted by Christopher König
 
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The German Breeding Bird Monitoring Scheme starts into the new season – please join now!
posted by Christopher König
 
Tuesday, February 13th, 2018
avinews
Bewick's Swans 2017 with very low breeding success
posted by Johannes Wahl
 
Thursday, February 1st, 2018
avinews
Vogelmonitoring leicht gemacht: Erfassung der Brutvögel wird digitalisiert
posted by Christopher König
 
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technews
Please note: Birds have become one year older!
posted by Christopher König
 
Sunday, December 24th, 2017
technews
Merry Christmas and all the best for 2018!
posted by Christopher König
 
Thursday, December 21st, 2017
avinews
EuroBirdPortal releases new improved version of its online viewer

Today the EuroBirdPortal (EBP) released an improved version of its viewer: now bird movements across Europe can be visualized in a way never seen before. This new version of the viewer has also been updated with 40 million more new bird records collected in 2016 and now shows animated all-year round maps of 105 bird species for a period of seven years - ensuring that the EBP maintains its position as the largest and most dynamic citizen science biodiversity data flow in Europe.

The EBP is a project of the European Bird Census Council (EBCC) developed through a partnership of 81 institutions from 29 different countries that mobilizes the data collected by more than 100,000 volunteer birdwatchers. The partnership involves biodiversity data centers and reference ornithological institutions in their respective countries, accumulating a long-time experience collecting high quality monitoring data from thousands of volunteer birdwatchers and turning this information into sound science.

The main purpose of EBP is to combine the data collected by the different online bird recording portals operating in Europe in order to describe large scale spatiotemporal patterns of bird distribution (seasonal distributional changes, migratory patterns, phenology) and their changes over time.

The EBP demo viewer aims at showing the scope and potential of the project depicting the week-by-week distributional patterns of 105 bird species using a total of nine types of species maps and climatic variables. Since two animated maps of any type and year can be selected to be shown simultaneously for direct comparison, all in all, currently more than 30 million different map combinations are available to choose from.

This improved version of the viewer also incorporates a new visual design and several new functionalities, including zooming and embedding options. Moreover, the extension of the area covered by the maps has increased markedly thanks to the incorporation of data from Bulgaria, Cyprus, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Romania and Turkey.

All these improvements have been possible thanks to a LIFE preparatory project (LIFE15 PRE/ES/000002 / 2016-2018) granted in 2016 by the European Commission.

Further informationen:

Example of migration of Common Crane through Europe:

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