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http://www.fageltaxering.lu.se

Name of scheme: Swedish Breeding Bird Survey (“summer point counts”)
Organisation: Dept. of Biology, Lund University
Status: ongoing
Start: 1975
Number of fieldworkers: 165
Species: 140
Habitats recorded: yes
Methods: point counts (20 points, 5 min)
Selection of plots: free choice
Sustainable support: yes

Contact: Åke Lindström, Dept. of Biology, University of Lund, Ecology Building, S-22362 Lund, e-mail: ake.lindstrom (at) biol.lu.se

Name of scheme: Swedish Breeding Bird Survey (“fixed routes”)
Organisation: Dept. of Biology, Lund University
Status: ongoing
Start: 1996
Number of fieldworkers: 250
Species: 180
Habitats recorded: yes
Methods: line transect (8 km) and point counts (8 points, 5 min)
Selection of plots: systematic
Sustainable support: yes
Reference: Ottvall, R., Green, M., Lindström, Å., Svensson, S., Esseen, P.-A. and Marklund, L. (2008): Distribution and habitat selection of Ortolan Bunting in Sweden. Ornis Svecica 18: 3-16.

Contact: Åke Lindström, Dept. of Biology, University of Lund, Ecology Building, S-22362 Lund, e-mail: ake.lindstrom (at) biol.lu.se

Name of scheme: Swedish Breeding Bird Census
Organisation: Dept. of Biology, Lund University
Status: finished
Start: 1969
Number of fieldworkers: 200
Species: 100
Habitats recorded: yes
Methods: territory mapping

Contact: Åke Lindström, Dept. of Biology, University of Lund, Ecology Building, S-22362 Lund, e-mail: ake.lindstrom (at) biol.lu.se

Name of scheme: Swedish Breeding Bird Survey (“night routes”)
Organisation: Dept. of Biology, Lund University
Status: ongoing
Start: 2010
Number of fieldworkers: 110
Species: 30
Habitats recorded: yes
Methods: point counts (20 points, 5 min)
Selection of plots: systematic (general area) and free choice (exact spot) combined
Sustainable support: yes

Contact:Åke Lindström, Dept. of Biology, University of Lund, Ecology Building, S-22362 Lund, e-mail: ake.lindstrom (at) biol.lu.se

National indicators: Farmland Bird Index, Breeding birds of the mountains, Breeding birds in farmlands, Breeding birds of the forest, Breeding birds of the wetlands, Breeding birds in lake and river areas, A rich biodiversity, Reduced climate impact

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

2016-03-29


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