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Thursday, July 13th, 2017
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Petition for the “biodiversity action plan”.
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Which are the least visited areas in Switzerland?
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Youth promotion in the Middle East: binoculars and telescopes wanted!
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Thursday, April 13th, 2017
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Communication of the Swiss Rarities Committee
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Friday, March 31st, 2017
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Last fieldwork season for the European Breeding Bird Atlas EBBA2!
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Monday, March 20th, 2017
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Monitoring of the breeding population of Rooks
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Wednesday, March 15th, 2017
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Mammals
Report mammals sightings

Now that the active field work for the Swiss Breeding Bird Atlas is over, your support is needed for the oncoming Atlas of Swiss Mammals. The first Atlas of Swiss Mammals was published in 1995 and is now out of print and after more than 20 years it is no longer up to date. A working group of the Swiss Society for Wildlife Biology SGW-SSBF is therefore working on a new Atlas. More about this project here.

In 2017 and 2018 the gaps in the distribution maps are to be closed. We therefore ask you to report consistently any observations of mammals and also to pay attention to common species such as chamois, wild boar, fox, badger and hedgehog. Especially for these species there are regionally larger gaps in the distribution maps. Current distribution maps are available here.

We thank you in advance for your commitment, for your valuable cooperation and hope to count on your help in the future as well.

Kind regards,

Roland Graf, Claude Fischer and Simon Capt, for the atlas project working group

 
Please note:

We guarantee that each and every mammals sighting collected via ornitho.ch is automatically made available to the Atlas collaborators. Still, observations of mammals can also be reported via various platforms like www.webfauna.ch of the CSCF-Info Fauna or via www.säugetieratlas.wildenachbarn.ch. These platforms are all part of this new atlas project. However, it is important to avoid reporting the same observation on different platforms. All sightings are periodically sent to the national database managed by the CSCF-Infofauna and serve as the basis for the production of the atlas distribution maps.

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