Monitoring of postnuptial migration of migratory birds (mainly passerines) in alpine passes

November 20, 2019
Posted in Birds
November 20, 2019 FACE

Visual monitoring of migratory birds in mountain passes during autumn period. Three fixed stations have been individuated and monitored 4 hours for twice a week for 5 weeks starting from the first days of October). All the activities are conducted by hunters (organization of the dates, monitoring made by enabled hunters, data collection and first analysis).

Country: Italy
Region:
Veneto
Starting date:
2013
Species characteristics: Migratory species, Many different species of Migratory Birds
Type of actions: Research and data collection, Communication
Leading partners: Regione Veneto http://www.regione.veneto.it/web/guest/direzione-agroambiente-caccia-e-pesca ; Veneto Agricoltura (http://www.venetoagricoltura.org/); Provincia di Vicenza http://www.provincia.vicenza.it/; Italian Hunting Federation of Vicenza http://www.federcacciavicenza.it/sito1/; Italian Hunting Federation ? Migratory Birds Office (www.federcaccia.org)

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