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Friday, December 29th, 2017
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Second “Wintering White Stork Census”

The migratory behavior of the White Storks has been subject to important changes in the last years and decades. An increasing number of storks does no longer migrate until West Africa for the winter but stays in the south of Spain. In Switzerland too, more and more White Storks are staying there for the winter.

On 6th January 2018 the second “Wintering White Stork Census” will take place in Switzerland. This census should allow us to measure the changes in the behaviour of the White Storks and identifies the areas of importance for a successful wintering.

We need your help to record the White Storks overwintering in Switzerland.
 
Goal of the project:

Monitoring of the wintering population of White Storks (quantity and distribution).

Method:

On 6th January 2018 the White Storks should be monitored in all areas of Switzerland from 15: 30 until dusk. The data are collected in collaboration with the Swiss Ornithological Institute and regional organizations. The collected results are used for further evaluations.

a) Count the White Storks (with binoculars).

b) Submit your sightings on ornitho.ch. Indicate the number of ringed and non-ringed birds and give also details about ring type (metal or black plastic) and any visible markings you may read.

c) Should you want to try to read the ring markings with a telescope, make sure you do it after having counted the Storks. (Unpacking and setting up a telescope could disturb the storks and make them fly away).

More information on www.storch-schweiz.ch

Thanks in advance for your help!

posted by Hans Schmid
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