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SWITZERLAND

Name of scheme: Monitoring Häufige Brutvögel (Monitoring of common breeding birds)

Organisation: Swiss Ornithological Institute
Status: ongoing
Start: 1999
Number of fieldworkers: 200
Species: 75
Habitats recorded: no
Methods: territory mapping
Selection of plots: systematic
Sustainable support: yes

Website:
www.vogelwarte.ch/en/projects/monitoring/monitoring-common-breeding-birds.html

Reference:
Schmid, H., M. Kestenholz, P. Knaus, L. Rey & T. Sattler (2018): Zustand der Vogelwelt in der Schweiz: Sonderausgabe zum Brutvogelatlas 2013–2016. Schweizerische Vogelwarte, Sempach. Download PDF (4,5 MB)
Schmid, H., M. Kestenholz, P. Knaus, L. Rey & T. Sattler (2018): The State of Birds in Switzerland: Special Issue on the Breeding Bird Atlas 2013–2016. Swiss Ornithological Institute, Sempach. Download PDF (4,5 MB)
Schmid, H., M. Kestenholz, P. Knaus, L. Rey & T. Sattler (2018) : État de l’avifaune en Suisse : Édition spéciale liée à l’atlas des oiseaux nicheurs 2013-2016. Station ornithologique suisse, Sempach. Download PDF (4,5 MB)
Schmid, H., M. Kestenholz, P. Knaus, L. Rey & T. Sattler (2018): Situazione dell’avifauna in Svizzera: Edizione speciale per l’Atlante degli uccelli nidificanti 2013-2016. Stazione ornitologica svizzera, Sempach. Download PDF (4,5 MB)

National indicators: Farmland Bird Index, Swiss Bird Index (in German, in English, in Italian, or in French)

Contact: Hans Schmid & Thomas Sattler, Swiss Ornithological Institute, Sempach, CH-6204, Switzerland, e-mail: hans.schmid@vogelwarte.ch, thomas.sattler@vogelwarte.ch

Indicators produced are used as official indicators in the country: yes

SPAIN

Name of scheme: Common Breeding Bird Monitoring Scheme (“SACRE”)

Organisation: SEO/BirdLife
Status: ongoing
Start: 1996
Number of fieldworkers: 1020
Species: 200
Habitats recorded: yes
Methods: point counts
Selection of plots: stratified random
Sustainable support: partial

Website: http://www.seo.org/sacre

Reference: SEO/BirdLife 2013. SEO/BirdLife bird monitoring programmes in 2012. SEO/BirdLife. Madrid. (in English)
SEO/BirdLife, 2012. SEO/BirdLife 2011. Birds monitoring programmes. SEO/BirdLife. Madrid. (in English)
Download older report in Spanish

National indicators: Farmland, Forest, Urban and Wetland Bird Index, Shrublands. PDR, National red list, National biodiversity inventory, National index

Contact: Virginia Escandell & Juan Carlos del Moral, Sociedad Española de Ornitología (SEO/BirdLife), Melquíades Biencinto 34 ES-28053, Madrid, Spain, e-mail: vescandell@seo.org, jcdelmoral@seo.org

Name of scheme: Seguiment dels Ocells Comuns de Catalunya – Catalan Common Bird Survey (SOCC)

Organisation: Catalan Ornithological Institute
Status: ongoing
Start: 2002
Number of fieldworkers: 300
Species: 140
Habitats recorded: no
Methods: line transects
Selection of plots: stratified random
Sustainable support: yes

Website: http://www.ornitologia.org/ca/quefem/monitoratge/seguiment/socc/index.html

Reference: Setzè informe del Programa de Seguiment d´Ocells Comuns a Catalunya (SOCC).Institut Català d´Ornitologia. Barcelona.

National indicators: Farmland, Shrubland, Forest, Wetland and Steppe Indicator. Indicator of impact of climate change and indicator of the impact of aforestation

Contact: Sergi Herrando, Marc Anton and Lluís Brotons, Catalan Ornithological Institute, Natural History Museum of Barcelona, Plaça Leonardo da Vinci 4-5, 08019 Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
e-mail: ornitologia@ornitologia.org, anuari@ornitologia.org

Scheme: Owls and Nightjars Breeding Monitoring Scheme (“NOCTUA”)

Organisation: SEO/BirdLife
Status: specialized ongoing scheme
Start: 1998
Number of fieldworkers: 568
Species: 8
Habitats recorded: yes
Methods: point counts
Sustainable support: no

Website: http://www.seo.org/noctua

Reference: SEO/BirdLife 2013. SEO/BirdLife bird monitoring programmes in 2012. SEO/BirdLife. Madrid. (in English)
SEO/BirdLife, 2012. SEO/BirdLife 2011. Birds monitoring programmes. SEO/BirdLife. Madrid. (in English)
Download older report in Spanish

Contact: Virginia Escandell & Juan Carlos del Moral, Sociedad Española de Ornitología (SEO/BirdLife), Melquíades Biencinto 34 ES-28053, Madrid, Spain, e-mail: vescandell (at) seo.org, jcdelmoral (at) seo.org

Scheme: Wintering Bird Monitoring Scheme (“SACIN”)

Organisation: SEO/BirdLife
Status: ongoing
Start: 2008
Number of fieldworkers: 762
Species: 180
Habitats recorded: yes
Selection of plots: stratified random
Methods: line transects
Sustainable support: no
National indicators: Farmland, Forest, Urban Bird Index

Website: http://www.seo.org/sacin/

Reference: SEO/BirdLife 2013. SEO/BirdLife bird monitoring programmes in 2012. SEO/BirdLife. Madrid. (in English)
SEO/BirdLife, 2012. SEO/BirdLife 2011. Birds monitoring programmes. SEO/BirdLife. Madrid. (in English)
Download older report in Spanish

Contact: Virginia Escandell & Juan Carlos del Moral, Sociedad Española de Ornitología (SEO/BirdLife), Melquíades Biencinto 34 ES-28053, Madrid, Spain, e-mail: vescandell (at) seo.org, jcdelmoral (at) seo.org

Indicators produced are used as official indicators in the country: yes

ROMANIA

Name of scheme: Common Bird Monitoring (CBM). In Romanian: Monitorizarea Pãsãrilor Comune (MPC)

Organisation: Romanian Ornithological Society, in cooperation with the Association for Bird and Nature Protection „Milvus Group“
Status: ongoing
Start: 2006
Number of fieldworkers: 60 (average) / 131 maximum
Species: 262 (total recorded) / 70 (trend calculation)
Habitats recorded: yes
Methods: point counts
Selection of plots: semi-random
Sustainable support: no

Website: monitoring.sor.ro

Contact: Zoltán D. Szabó, Benkő Zoltán, Cristi Domşa , 400370 Cluj, OP 7, CP 18, Romania, e-mail: szabodz@gmail.com, zoltan.benko@sor.ro , cristi.domsa@sor.ro

Indicators produced are used as official indicators in the country: no

AUSTRIA

Name of scheme: Monitoring der Brutvögel Österreichs

Organisation: BirdLife Austria
Status: ongoing
Start: 1998
Number of fieldworkers: 160
Species: 85
Habitats recorded: yes
Methods: point counts
Selection of plots: free choice
Sustainable support: in part

Website: www.birdlife.at/page/monitoring

Reference:
Teufelbauer, N., R. Büchsenmeister, A. Berger, B. Seaman, B. Regner, E. Nemeth & S. J. Butler (2017): Developing a forest bird indicator for Austria. Vogelwelt 137: 215-224.

Teufelbauer, N., B. S. Seaman & M. Dvorak (2017): Bestandsentwicklungen häufiger österreichischer Brutvögel im Zeitraum 1998-2016 – Ergebnisse des Brutvogel-Monitoring. Egretta 55: 43-76.

Teufelbauer, N. & J. Frühauf (2010): Developing a national Farmland Bird Index for Austria. In: Anselin, A. (ed.): Bird Numbers 2010. Monitoring, indicators and targets. Proceedings the 18th Conference of the European Bird Census Council, Cáceres, Spain (partim). Bird Census News 23/1-2: 87-97

Teufelbauer, N. (2010): The Farmland Bird Index for Austria – first results of the changes in populations of common birds of farmed land. Egretta 51: 35-50.

National indicators: Farmland Bird Index

Contact: Norbert Teufelbauer, BirdLife Austria, Museumplatz 1/10/8, A-1070 Wien, Austria, e-mail: norbert.teufelbauer@birdlife.at

Indicators produced are used as official indicators in the country: yes

LITHUANIA

Name of scheme: Įprastų paukščių populiacijų gausos stebėsena (ĮPGS) – Lithuanian Common Bird Monitoring scheme

Organisation: Lithuanian Ornithological Society
Status: ongoing
Start: 1994
Number of fieldworkers: 35
Species: 70
Habitats recorded: yes
Methods: point counts
Selection of plots: stratified semi-random
Sustainable support: basic

Website: http://www.virtualusprocesai.lt/ipgs/index.php

Reference:
Kurlavičius P., Kiserauskaitė R., Nebilevičius Š. 2017. Biologinės įvairovės poveikio rodiklio „Kaimo paukščių populiacijų indikatorius“ nustatymas ir biologinės įvairovės kaitos vertinimas”. Tarpinė ataskaita. Lietuvos ornitologų draugija ir Lietuvos žemės ūkio ministerija. Vilnius. 55 p.

Kurlavičius P., Kiserauskaitė R., Nebilevičius Š. 2014. Biologinės įvairovės poveikio rodiklio „Kaimo paukščių populiacijų indikatorius“ identifikavimas 2013–2014 metais. Galutinė ataskaita. Lietuvos ornitologų draugija ir Lietuvos žemės ūkio ministerija. Vilnius. 229 p.

Kurlavičius P., Kiserauskaitė R., Mozgeris G., Nebilevičius Š. 2011. Biologinės įvairovės poveikio rodiklio „Paukščių populiacija žemės ūkio naudmenose“ identifikavimas 2010–2011 metais. Baigiamoji ataskaita. Lietuvos ornitologų draugija ir Lietuvos žemės ūkio ministerija. Vilnius. 235 p.

Kurlavičius P. 2004. Monitoring of breeding birds in Lithuania. In: Anselin, A. (ed.) Bird Numbers 1995, Proceedings of the International Conference and 13th Meeting of the European Bird Census Council, Parnu, Estonia. Bird census news 13 (2000): 77-80.

Contact: Petras Kurlavičius, Lietuvos Ornitologu Draugija (LOD), Naugarduko St. 47-3, LT-03208, Vilnius, Lithuania, e-mail: Petras.Kurlavicius@birdlife.lt

Indicators produced are used as official indicators in the country: yes

NORWAY

Name of scheme: Extensive monitoring of terrestrial birds in Norway (TOV-E)

Organisation: BirdLife Norway and Norwegian institute for Nature Research
Status: ongoing
Start: 2005 (+ data from old network from 1996, see below)
Number of fieldworkers: 250
Species: About 80
Habitats recorded: yes (within 50 m radius)
Methods: point counts(+ line counts for rare species)
Selection of plots: Approx. 500 sites randomly selected among 1030 sites distributed systematically over Norway in an 18 km north-south and 18 km east-west network.
Sustainable support: yes

Website: http://tov-e.nina.no

Reference:
Fraixedas, S., Lindén, A., Meller, K., Lindström, Å., Keišs, O., Kålås, J.A., Husby, M., Leivits, A., Leivits, M. & Lehikoinen, A. (2017) Substantial decline of Northern European peatland bird populations: consequences of drainage. Biological Conservation, 214, 223-232.

Lindström, Å., Green, M., Husby, M., Kålås, J.A. & Lehikoinen, A. (2015) Large-scale monitoring of waders on their boreal and arctic breeding grounds in northern Europe. Ardea, 103, 3-15.

Kålås, J.A., Husby, M. (2002) Monitoring program for terrestrial ecosystems. Extensive monitoring of terrestrial birds in Norge. – NINA Oppdragsmelding 740, 25 p. (In Norwegian with English summary)

Kålås, J. A., Husby, M., Nilsen, E. B. & Vang, R. (2014) Population dynamic for terrestrial birds in Norway 1996-2013. – NOF-Report 4-2014, BirdLife Norway, Trondheim. 36 pp (in Norwegian)

Lehikoinen, A., Green, M., Husby, M., Kålås, J.A. & Lindström, Å. (2014) Common montane birds are declining in northern Europe. – Journal of Avian Biology 45: 3-14.

National indicators: The Norwegian Nature index; Farmland, Forest and Mountain Bird Indices

Contact:
John Atle Kålås
, Norwegian institute for Nature Research, Postboks 5685 Sluppen, 7485 Trondheim, Norway, e-mail: john.kalas@nina.no
Magne Husby, BirdLife Norway, Sandgata 30 B, 7012 Trondheim, and Section of Science, Nord University, 7600 Levanger, Norway, e-mail: magne.husby@nord.no

Indicators produced are used as official indicators in the country: yes

Name of scheme: Norwegian Breeding Bird Census

Organisation: Norwegian Ornithological Society and Nord-Trøndelag University College
Status: finished
Start: 1995 (terminated 2008)
Number of fieldworkers: 120
Species: 58
Habitats recorded: yes
Methods: point counts
Selection of plots: free choice
Sustainable support: no
Reference: Husby, M. (2003): Point count census using volunteers of terrestrial breeding birds in Norway, and its status after six years. Ornis Hungarica 12-13: 63-72.

National indicators: Farmland Bird Index

HUNGARY

Name of scheme: Mindennapi Madaraink Monitoringja, MMM (Monitoring of our common birds)

Organisation: MME BirdLife Hungary
Status: ongoing
Start: 1999
Number of fieldworkers: 1000
Species: 420 (indices and trends for 111 breeding species and 54 wintering species)
Habitats recorded: yes
Methods: point counts
Selection of plots: stratified semirandom
Sustainable support: no

Website: http://mmm.mme.hu/

Reference:
Szép T., Nagy K., Nagy Zs., Halmos G. (2012): Population trends of common breeding and wintering birds in Hungary, decline of long-distance migrant and farmland birds during 1999-2012. Ornis Hungarica 20(2): 13-63.

Szép, T. and Gibbons, D. (2000): Monitoring of common breeding birds in Hungary using a randomised sampling design. The Ring 22: 45-55.

National indicators: Farmland Bird Index HU, Forest Bird Index HU

Contact: Tibor Szép, University of Nyíregyháza, Sóstói út 31/B, H-4400 Nyíregyháza, e-mail: partifecske@freemail.hu & Károly Nagy, MME BirdLife Hungary Monitoring Centre, P. O. Box 286, H-4401 Nyiregyháza, Hungary, e-mail: nagy.karoly@mme.hu

Indicators produced are used as official indicators in the country: yes

POLAND

Name of scheme: Monitoring Pospolitych Ptaków Lęgowych (MPPL)(Common Birds Survey)
Organisation: OTOP/BirdLife Poland (The Polish Society for the Protection of Birds)
Status: ongoing
Start: 2000
Number of fieldworkers: 400
Species: 110
Habitats recorded: yes
Methods: line transect
Selection of plots: stratified random
Sustainable support: yes
Website: http://www.mppl.pl or http://www.monitoringptakow.gios.gov.pl
Reference:
Chodkiewicz T., Neubauer G., Sikora A., Ławicki Ł., Meissner W., Bobrek R., Cenian Z., Bzoma S., Betleja J., Kuczyński L., Moczarska J., Rohde Z., Rubacha S., Wieloch M., Wylegała P., Zielińska M., Zieliński P., Chylarecki P. 2018. Monitoring Ptaków Polski w latach 2016–2018. Biuletyn Monitoringu Przyrody 17: 1–90.

Chylarecki P., Chodkiewicz T., Neubauer G., Sikora A., Meissner W., Woźniak B., Wylegała P., Ławicki Ł., Marchowski D., Betleja J., Bzoma S., Cenian Z., Górski A., Korniluk M., Moczarska J., Ochocińska D., Rubacha S., Wieloch M., Zielińska M., Zieliński P., Kuczyński L. 2018.
Trendy liczebności ptaków w Polsce. GIOŚ, Warszawa.

National indicators: Farmland Bird Index, Forest Bird Index

Contact:
Tomasz Chodkiewicz
, national coordinator of the project, Polish Society for the Protection of Birds (OTOP), ul. Odrowaza 24, 05-270 Marki, e-mail: mppl@otop.org.pl
Jadwiga Moczarska, technical coordinator, Polish Society for the Protection of Birds (OTOP), ul. Odrowąża 24, 05-270 Marki, e-mail: jadwiga.moczarska@otop.org.pl
dr hab. Przemysław Chylarecki, scientific expert, Museum & Institute of Zoology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Wilcza 64, 00-679 Warszawa, Poland, e-mail: pch@miiz.waw.pl
dr hab. Lechosław Kuczyński, scientific expert, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Umultowska 89, 61-614 Poznań, e-mail: lechu@amu.edu.pl

Indicators produced are used as official indicators in the country: yes

Project funding Chief Inspectorate of the Environmental Protection and National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management

RUSSIA

Name of scheme: Moscow Birds Survey
Organisation: Zoological Museum of Moscow State University, Program „Birds of Moscow and the Moscow Region“
Status: finished
Start: 2006
Number of fieldworkers: 67
Species: 226
Habitats recorded: yes
Methods: territory mapping
Sustainable support: no
Website: http://eng.birdsmoscow.net.ru/projects#2
http://zmmu.msu.ru/en/about-muzeum/divisions/division-of-the-scientific-public-oriented-projects/atlas-birds-of-moscow-city
New online maps and species lists contain information about new registrations or nest status increase for the period since finishing the complete Atlas survey in Moscow (2011-2017).

New online maps and species lists in Russian contain information about new registrations or nest status increase for the period since finishing the complete Atlas survey in Moscow (2011-2017).

Reference: [Birds of Moscow City: 2006, from square to square]. Proceedings of the Program Birds of Moscow City and the Moscow Region, Vol. 1. Kalyakin, M.V. and Voltzit, O.V. (eds.) (2007) 176 p.
[Birds of Moscow City: 2007, from square to square]. Proceedings of the Program Birds of Moscow City and the Moscow Region, Vol. 2. Kalyakin, M.V. and Voltzit, O.V. (eds.) (2008) 228 p.
[Birds of Moscow City: 2008, from square to square]. Proceedings of the Program Birds of Moscow City and the Moscow Region, Vol. 4. Kalyakin, M.V. and Voltzit, O.V. (eds.) (2009) 332 p.
[Birds of Moscow City: 2009, from square to square]. Proceedings of the Program Birds of Moscow City and the Moscow Region, Vol. 5. Kalyakin, M.V. and Voltzit, O.V. (eds.) (2010) 298 p.
[Birds of Moscow City: 2010, from square to square]. Proceedings of the Program Birds of Moscow City and the Moscow Region, Vol. 7. Kalyakin, M.V. and Voltzit, O.V. (eds.) (2011) 286 p.
[Birds of Moscow City: 2011, from square to square]. Proceedings of the Program Birds of Moscow City and the Moscow Region, Vol. 8. Kalyakin, M.V. and Voltzit, O.V. (eds.) (2012) 180 p.
Kalyakin, M.V. and Voltzit, O.V. (2012) [Moscow]. In: Birds of the cities of Russia. V.M. Khrabryi (Ed.). 250–297 pp.
Kalyakin, M., Voltzit, O., Groot Koerkamp, G. 2013. Ornithological and practical results of the Project “Atlas of birds of Moscow City”. — Every bird counts. Book of abstracts of the 19th conference of the European Bird Census Council. Babes-Bolyai University, Romanian Ornithological Society, Cluj, Romania, p. 45.
Kalyakin, M., Voltzit, O., Groot Koerkamp, G. 2014. Atlas of the birds of Moscow City (in Russian and English). N.S. Morozov (ed.). Moscow, Fiton XXI. 332 p.

Contact: Mikhail Kalyakin, e-mail: kalyakinzmmu.msu.ru and Olga Voltzit e-mail: voltzitzmmu.msu.ru

Name of scheme: Moscow Region Common Birds Monitoring
Organisation: Zoological Museum of Moscow State University, Program „Birds of Moscow and the Moscow Region“
Status: ongoing
Start: 2006
Number of fieldworkers: 31
Species: 150
Habitats recorded: yes
Methods:line transects
Sustainable support: no
Website: http://eng.birdsmoscow.net.ru/projects#2
http://zmmu.msu.ru/en/about-muzeum/divisions/division-of-the-scientific-public-oriented-projects/monitoring-of-common-birds
Reference:
Morkovin, A.A., Voltzit, O.V., and Kalyakin, M.V. (2018) [On the results and opportunities of the common birds monitoring scheme in Russia]. Abstracts of 1st Russian ornithological congress (Tver, Russia, 29 January – 4 February 2018): 229–230. [in Russian]
Morkovin A. A., Kalyakin M. V., Voltzit O. V. 2017: First steps of a common birds monitoring scheme in the Moscow region, Russia. Die Vogelwelt_Vol. 137: 89–98.
Morkovin, A.A., Kalyakin, M.V., and Voltzit, O.V. (2017) [The project of birds monitoring in the Moscow region: the results of 2011–2016]. Russian Ornithological Journal, 26 (1452): 2219–2233. [in Russian]
Kalyakin, M.V., Voltzit, O.V., and Morkovin, A.A. (2017) [To the establishing of the system of bird abundance monitoring in European part of Russia]. Population dynamics of birds in terrestrial landscapes. Proceedings of the Russian scientific conference (Zvenigorod biological station, Lomonosov Moscow State University, 17–21 March 2017): 335–338. [in Russian]
Morkovin, A.A., Kalyakin, M.V., and Voltzit, O.V. (2017) [The 2011–2016 results of the common bird monitoring program in Moscow and the Moscow region]. Population dynamics of birds in terrestrial landscapes. Proceedings of the Russian scientific conference (Zvenigorod biological station, Lomonosov Moscow State University, 17–21 March 2017): 108–118. [in Russian]
Morkovin A. A., Kalyakin M. V., Voltzit O. V. (2017) First steps of a common birds monitoring scheme in the Moscow region, Russia. Die Vogelwelt Vol. 137: 89–98.
Morkovin, A. and Voltzit, O. (2016) First steps of a common birds monitoring scheme in the Moscow region, Russia. — Busch, M. & Gedeon, K. (eds.) BirdNumbers 2016: Birds in a changing world. Programme and Abstracts of the 20th conference of the European Bird Census Council. Dachverband Deutscher Avifaunisten Münster, p. 87.
Kalyakin, M., Voltzit, O., Morkovin, A., Preobrazhenskaya, E., and Mischenko, A. (2016) Review of investigations of bird number and its dynamic in European Russia. Busch, M. & Gedeon, K. (eds.) BirdNumbers 2016: Birds in a changing world. Programme and Abstracts of the 20th conference of the European Bird Census Council. Dachverband Deutscher Avifaunisten Münster, p. 34.
Morkovin, A.A., Kalyakin, M.V., and Voltzit, O.V. (2016) [Population trends of common birds in the Moscow region]. The Fauna and Abundance of European Russia Birds. Annual report on the Programme Birds of Moscow City and the Moscow Region, 6: 573–586. [in Russian]
Morkovin, A.A., Kalyakin, M.V., and Voltzit, O.V. (2014). [Population trends of common birds and one more about a methods of monitoring scheme]. The Fauna and Abundance of European Russia Birds. Annual report on the Programme Birds of Moscow City and the Moscow Region, 3: 514–518. [in Russian]
Morkovin, A. A., Kalyakin, M. V., Voltzit, O. V. (2014) Monitoring of birds numbers. In: The Fauna and Abundance of European Russia Birds. Annual report on the Programme Birds of Moscow City and the Moscow Region, vol. 3. O.V. Voltzit, M.V. Kalyakin (Ed.). — Moscow: Fiton XXI, Publ. P. 514-592. [In Russian]
Kalyakin, M.V., Voltzit, O.V. (2011) [Common Bird Monitoring – beginning]. Moskovka, 13: 9-13. [in Russian]
Kalyakin, M.V., Voltzit, O.V. (2011) [Common Bird Monitoring – continuation]. Moskovka, 14: 46-50. [in Russian]
Kalyakin, M.V., Voltzit, O.V. et al. (2012) [Common Bird Monitoring – another step forward]. Moskovka, 16: 32-39. [in Russian]
Kalyakin, M.V., Voltzit, O.V. (2013) [About first steps of formation monitoring scheme in European Russia]. The Fauna and Abundance of European Russia Birds. Annual report on the Programme Birds of Moscow City and the Moscow Region, 991-994.

Contact: Anton Morkovin , e-mail: a-morkovin@ya.ru, Mikhail Kalyakin, e-mail: kalyakin@zmmu.msu.ru and Olga Voltzit, e-mail: voltzit@zmmu.msu.ru

Name of scheme: White Stork nests monitoring scheme
Organisation: Zoological Museum of Moscow State University, Program „Birds of Moscow and the Moscow Region“
Status: specialized ongoing scheme
Start: 2004
Number of fieldworkers: 15
Species: 1
Habitats recorded: yes
Methods: territory mapping
Sustainable support: no
Website: http://birdsmoscow.net.ru/monitoring-gnezd-belogo-aista.html (in Russian)
Reference:
Shamina, E.Yu. (2016). [The results of the monitoring of White Stork nests in the Moscow Region in 2016]. Moskovka, 24: 3–6.
Shamina, E.Yu., Shamin, M.S., Andreeva, E.I. (2015). [The results of the monitoring of White Stork nests in the Moscow Region in 2015]. Moskovka, 22: 3–11.
Shamin, M.S., Shamina, E.Yu. (2014). [The short results of VII International account of White Stork nests in the Moscow Region in 2014]. Moskovka, 20: 15–20.
Shamin, M.S., Shamina, E.Yu. (2014). [Migration of the White Stork]. Moskovka, 20: 64–67.
Shamina, E.Yu., Shamin, M.S. (2013). [The study of the migration routes of the White Stork]. Moskovka, 18: 3–11.
Chekulaeva, E.Yu., Shamin, M.S. (2012) [An uncommon nest of White Stork]. Moskovka, 16: 39.
Chekulaeva, E.Yu., Shamin, M.S. (2012) [Communal roosts of White Stork]. Moskovka, 16: 41–42.Kalyakin, M.V., Eremkin, G.S., Koshelev, D.V., Ledenev, P.V., Kalyakina, I.V., Voltzit, O.V. (2008) [White Stork in the Moscow Region in 2004]. Fauna i ekologiya ptits Podmoskoviya. [Proceedings of the Program Birds of Moscow City and the Moscow Region], T. 3: 3–37.
Chekulaeva, E.Yu. (2010) [The results of account of White Stork nests in the Moscow Region in 2010]. Moskovka, 12: 4–8.

Contact: Katrina Shamina (Chekulaeva), e-mail: mobirds@mail.ru

Indicators produced are used as official indicators in the country: no

LUXEMBOURG

Name of scheme: Common Bird Monitoring

Organisation: natur&ëmwelt a.s.b.l.
Status: ongoing
Start: March 2009
Number of fieldworkers: 25
Species recorded: all
Habitats recorded: not during the fieldwork, but the territories’ locations can be linked to habitats via GIS
Methods: line transect and territory mapping
Selection of plots: stratified random

Website: http://www.naturemwelt.lu

Contact: Katharina Klein, Centrale Ornithologique, natur&ëmwelt a.s.b.l. (BirdLife Luxembourg), Kockelscheuer, L-1899, Luxembourg, e-mail: k.klein@naturemwelt.lu

Name of scheme: Monitoring of Breeding Birds

Organisation: LNVL
Status: finished
Start/end: 2002/2003
Number of fieldworkers: 6
Species: 60
Habitats recorded: yes
Methods: point counts and territory mapping

Contact: Patric Lorgé and Gilles Biver, Centrale Ornithologique LNVL, Lëtzebuerger Natur- a Vulleschutzliga (BirdLife Luxembourg), Kockelscheuer, L-1899, Luxembourg, e-mail: patlor@naturemwelt.lu, col@naturemwelt.lu

Indicators produced are used as official indicators in the country:The Ministry of Environment uses the results for the national biodiversity monitoring scheme.