Birds ringed by Revtangen Bird Observatory 1936-2018, Southwest Norway
About 95% of the ringed birds in this dataset are ringed at two locations (the beach plus the trapping garden) at Revtangen Bird Observatory, situated at Jæren, southwest of Stavanger in Rogaland county. Most of the remaining data are from other areas in Rogaland, but there are also a little data from other places in Norway. The observatory is managed by Museum Stavanger.
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Birds ringed by Revtangen Bird Observatory, SW Norway, 1936-2018.
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Occurrence; birds; bird ringing; Specimen
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Revtangen Ornithological Station
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [57.176, 2.658], North East [72.473, 31.212]|
Birds ringed by Revtangen Bird Observatory 1936-2018
Bird ringing data, mostly birds on migration.
|Title||Birds ringed by Revtangen Bird Observatory 1936-2018|
|Study Area Description||Coastal area, Beach and exposed vegetation/garden.|
The personnel involved in the project:
Migration birds caught in walk-in traps and mist nets.
|Study Extent||Annual effort to ring birds, mostly at Revtangen in Klepp, Rogaland, Norway.|
Method step description:
- Up to 360 meters of mist-nets in use, up to 10 walk-in traps, playback used on warblers, pipits, grey wagtail,sand martins, storm petrels, brambling, redpolls and thrushes.