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Have you seen Red Admirals? Please record your sightings!

In Switzerland, Red Admirals (Vanessa atalanta) currently appear to be rather common in forests as well as at higher altitudes. At the same time Red Admirals are currently recolonising the northern half of Scandinavia.

The citizen science project dedicated to the study of the occurrence and migration of the Red Admiral in Europe still needs your help. Please keep recording Red Admirals via www.ornitho.ch!

Find out more about the project and how you can contribute here: https://insectmigration.wordpress.com/red-admiral-migration/

By the way: the app NaturaList allows you to report Red Admirals from anywhere!

Many thanks to everyone reporting Red Admirals – every sighting is a valuable contribution to the project!

 

Marco Thoma, Insect Migration & Ecology Research Group, University of Bern

 

PS: Follow us on Twitter and Facebook and get regular updates on the project and related topics.

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Wednesday, May 24th, 2017
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Petition for the “biodiversity action plan”.
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