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Friday, September 4th, 2020
tipnews
Birds
How to document a sighting?
posted by Bernard Volet
 
Tuesday, August 25th, 2020
tipnews
Birds
Which species should you count?
posted by Bernard Volet
 
Wednesday, August 19th, 2020
tipnews
Birds
The House Sparrow south of Bellinzona
posted by Bernard Volet
 
Sunday, August 16th, 2020
avinews
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Communication of the Swiss Rarities Committee
posted by Bernard Volet
 
Friday, August 14th, 2020
tipnews
Birds
Atlas code in late summer
posted by Bernard Volet
 
Thursday, July 16th, 2020
tipnews
Birds
Sightings from mountainous regions

Observations made above the forest line are extremely valuable due to the fact that the density of birdwatchers in the Alps and the Jura is rather low. We are also interested in observations of migrating and wintering birds at high altitudes. When submitting your observations, do not forget to check the altitude suggested by the system and correct it if necessary.

In order to get the best possible information, we ask you to locate your sightings as precisely as possible (zoom into the map until the blue and yellow dots appear, then click on the observation site; in the drop-down menu displayed, select "Add observation with exact localization"; the tip of the red pointer should point to the observation site). By doing so the altitude of the observation is automatically and precisely determined by the system. You can also add exact localizations to observation lists if you wish to (see Tipnews from 7.5.2020). If you use the NaturaList app, each of your sightings is automatically localized exactly.

We thank you in advance for your commitment and wish you fruitful hikes!

posted by Bernard Volet
 
Thursday, July 2nd, 2020
tipnews
Birds
Young birds: Which atlas code to use and how to record birds age?
posted by Bernard Volet
 
Tuesday, June 9th, 2020
tipnews
Birds
While birdwatching, be irreproachable!
posted by Sämi Wechsler
 
Tuesday, June 2nd, 2020
avinews
Birds
New report: State of birds in Switzerland 2020
posted by Bernard Volet
 
Friday, May 29th, 2020
tipnews
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Ducks families
posted by Bernard Volet
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