Bird Ringing (banding)

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The European Union for Bird Ringing

The European Union for Bird Ringing

The European Union for Bird Ringing promotes research needed to inform the conservation and scientific understanding of wild birds.
The EURING databank (EDB) holds ring recovery data gathered by bird ringing schemes throughout Europe and is hosted by the Netherlands Institute for Ecological Research in Heteren. The EDB index, published on this website in June 2004, provides a summary of the information that is held in the EDB, including maps of the distributions of ringing and recovery locations. EURING wishes to promote more analysis of these data and welcomes applications to analyse particular data sets. To view the index and to find out how to apply to analyse data from the EDB Click here


BTO Ringing Groups

BTO Ringing Groups

Ringing Groups are formed by people who wish to pursue a common interest in ringing related bird studies. All of the groups below are currently registered with the BTO and operating using BTO rings. As a registered ringing group they will have at least two 'A' permit holders, a formally recognised 'Ringer in Charge' and 'Group Secretary'. The group name should reflect the geographic area in which they operate. There are six exceptions to this (marked * below) which are organisations involved in research who may be using rings anywhere in the UK and Ireland to support their research.
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Wash Wader Ringing Group

Wash Wader Ringing Group

The Group operates with cannon nets and mist nets, around the shores of The Wash in both Norfolk and Lincolnshire, with the main aim of providing a better understanding of the waders (shorebirds) using the Wash.
The Group has been operating since 1959 and has built up a large and valuable database for study. Nearly 250,000 birds have been ringed (banded) in this time. The 1999 - 2001 report details all the known movements to and from The Wash, along with a number of papers written using data gathered at The Wash, and is available from the Group.
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Fort Morgan Banding Station And Reports

Fort Morgan Banding Station And Reports

Fort Morgan, Alabama - The Fort Morgan Bird Banding Station is located in Fort Morgan State Historical Park and is operational for two weeks each spring and fall. Here, with the help of our crew of trained and dedicated volunteers, we capture and band thousands of Neo-tropical migrant birds annually representing dozens of species. During some sessions we also capture large numbers of migrating Ruby-throated hummingbirds. This site is the first landfall and the last departure point for thousands of migrating birds. At Fort Morgan, we have an excellent opportunity to monitor population levels and the general condition of migrant birds, as well as gaining important insights into the effects of weather on bird migration. Banding sessions at the Fort Morgan Bird Banding Station are open to supporters and to the general public.

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