Birds ringed with Norwegian rings 1914-1960
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Researchers should cite this work as follows:
Mjøs A T (2019): Birds ringed with Norwegian rings 1914-1960. v1.3. Museum Stavanger. Dataset/Occurrence. https://ipt.gbif.no/resource?r=ringedbirds&v=1.3
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Ringed birds; ringing locality; ringing position; sex; age; status; Specimen
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This historic dataset also includes birds ringed in other countries than Norway, including Sweden (around 500 birds), Finland (39), Antarctica (100), Tristan da Cunha in the South Atlantic (almost 2000) and smaller numbers in several other countries.
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [-82.853, -109.688], North East [82.676, 73.125]|
Only birds ringed are included. Records of Eagle Owl, Snowy Owl, Gyrfalcon, Peregrine Falcon and Golden Eagle have been omitted from the dataset.
|Start Date / End Date||1914-01-01 / 1960-12-31|
The dataset consists of birds ringed with Norwegian rings in 1914-1960. The data are aggregated by species, sex, age, status, date, coordinates and ringing locality.
|Title||Birds ringed with Norwegian rings 1914-1960|
|Study Area Description||Mainly Norway, Svalbard, Antarctica and islands in the South Atlantic.|
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|Purpose||Historic data on bird ringing (distrubution and migration, movements of Norwegian birds).|
|Maintenance Description||Complete dataset; to be updated only if major changes or revisions are done to the content.|