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Wednesday, November 6th, 2019
technews
Maintenance work in the upcoming night

Dear ornitho users

A lot of maintenance work is regularly carried out in the background to ensure the proper functioning and speed of ornitho.ch. Currently, the servers hosting ornitho.ch must be replaced by a new generation. In order to migrate the approximately 200 million data from all ornitho portals (ornitho.de, ornitho.it, faune-france.org,...) to the new servers, the system will be interrupted today between 7pm and 7am tomorrow (approximately). After that, ornitho.ch will be available again as usual.

Thank you very much for your understanding and for your sightings!
your ornitho-team

posted by Hans Schmid
 
Tuesday, October 15th, 2019
avinews
Birds
Bulletin of the Ornithological Information Service from the Swiss Ornithological Institute

Twice a year, the Swiss Ornithological Institute publishes the so-called “ID-Bulletin”. This report summarizes the most interesting bird sightings and developments on the Swiss Avifauna over the last months. The main information source of this report are the sightings posted on ornitho.ch. Additionally, updates of the different monitoring projects of the Swiss Ornithological Institute are presented as well as interesting ring founds. The latest issue of September 2019 can be found here (in French or German).

posted by Bernard Volet
 
Thursday, August 22nd, 2019
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New report: State of birds 2019

The annual publication “The State of Birds in Switzerland” summarises the results of our various monitoring projects, conducted with the support of more than 2000 volunteers in all parts of the country. The 2019 report focuses on the 20th anniversary of “Monitoring common breeding birds” (Monitoring Häufige Brutvögel, MHB). Thanks to the MHB scheme, the population trends of common and widespread breeding birds have been carefully documented since 1999.

posted by Hans Schmid
 
Monday, August 12th, 2019
atlasnews
Birds
Swiss Breeding Bird Atlas 2013-2016 is now online

We just finished to provide all information of the Swiss Breeding Bird Altas 2013-16 but also additional content in an interactive Online-Atlas in all four languages. Here the links in English: 

Entry page

Species information including all atlas information and beyond

Thematic summaries including several species

Additional content including methods

Whole atlas as a PDF

posted by Hans Schmid
 
Friday, August 9th, 2019
avinews
Birds
Communication of the Swiss Rarities Committee

The Swiss Rarities Committee (SRC) has published the minutes of its last meeting, held on 11 July 2019, on the SRC website (www.vogelwarte.ch/src). Among the reports accepted during that meeting are the 1st record of Lesser Yellowlegs, the 2nd record of Sooty Shearwater, the 3rd record of Pink-footed Goose, the 4th record of Spotted Sandpiper, the 4th record of Olive-backed Pipit and the 17th record of Lesser Kestrel since 1900.

In order to facilitate its administrative work, the SRC recommends to send the rarities reports and photographic proofs as soon as possible and if possible in electronic format (preferably as Word file) to the following address: sak@vogelwarte.ch. The form can be downloaded from the SRC website (www.vogelwarte.ch/src-downloads). In the normal case, the person who discovered the bird is responsible for the sighting documentation.

The SRC thanks you for your collaboration and wishes you many interesting summer observations!

posted by Bernard Volet
 
Wednesday, May 8th, 2019
avinews
Birds
The Red-backed Shrikes are late!

Up to now only a few Red-backed Shrikes have been observed this year in Switzerland. As you can see on the EuroBirdPortal this seems to be a large-scale phenomenon. The comparison of the maps of 2018 and 2019 for the period between the 29th April and the 6th May for both years is very impressive. More details on EuroBirdPortal.

Your ornitho.ch-Team

posted by Hans Schmid
 
Thursday, April 25th, 2019
avinews
Birds
Communication of the Swiss Rarities Committee

The Swiss Rarities Committee (SRC) has published the minutes of its last meeting, held on 21 February 2019, on the SRC website (www.vogelwarte.ch/src). Among the reports accepted during that meeting are the 1st record of Long-tailed Shrike (cat. A), the 2nd record of Saker Falcon, the 3rd record of Pallas’s Leaf-Warbler, the 10th record of Pine Bunting, the 18th-21st record of Siberian Chiffchaff and the 20th record of Richard’s Pipit.

In order to facilitate its administrative work, the SRC recommends to send the rarities reports and photographic proofs as soon as possible and if possible in electronic format (preferably as Word file) to the following address: sak@vogelwarte.ch. The form can be downloaded from the SRC website (www.vogelwarte.ch/src-downloads).

The SRC thanks you for your collaboration and wishes you many interesting spring observations.

posted by Bernard Volet
 
Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019
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Birds
Influx of Collared Flycatchers in Catalonia

Our colleagues from ornitho.cat report a massiv influx of Collared Flycatchers in Catalonia: With more than 100 records it's the most important influx they ever recorded (zoom into this map). The species was also seen at many sites in Southern France. Thus watch out for this species the next days!

Your ornitho.ch-team

posted by Hans Schmid
 
Monday, April 22nd, 2019
avinews
Birds
Red-footed Falcons arriving

Over the last few days, Red-footed Falcons have already been reported from many sites in the ornitho-countries. This map gives you an overview. We recommend to zoom-in.

Your ornitho-team

posted by Hans Schmid
 
Tuesday, April 16th, 2019
avinews
Birds
Bulletin of the Ornithological Information Service from the Swiss Ornithological Institute

Twice a year, the Swiss Ornithological Institute publishes the so-called “ID-Bulletin”. This report summarizes the most interesting bird sightings and developments on the Swiss Avifauna over the last months. The main information source of this report are the sightings posted on ornitho.ch. Additionally, updates of the different monitoring projects of the Swiss Ornithological Institute are presented as well as interesting ring founds. The latest issue of March 2019 can be found here (in French or German).

posted by Bernard Volet
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