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 Post subject: WTE Sightings - Observation Results
PostPosted: July 18th, 2010, 3:16 pm 
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White-tailed Eagle Sightings and Observation Results
A collection of reportsystems for birds. And also the right place to share your own observation results.

    You want to report a White-tailed Eagle sighting or you want to know where WTEs have been watched?
    Please use one of the national bird observation reporting systems below.

    If you want to share more detailed observation results, there is also the possibility to post own sightings or articles for this topic in "Add a Link or an article". Find detailed information at "FAQ & Support".

    Support for authors: see the next posting.



    General sightings:
    Use one of the below mentioned national biodiversity gateways or try iSpot. iSpot is a website aimed at helping anyone identify anything in nature. http://www.ispot.org.uk/


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 Post subject: Re: Observation Results
PostPosted: July 20th, 2010, 8:59 pm 
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    Help for authors

    Please include the place, date and time of day of your sightings when submitting your records.
    If possible, add details like weather and lighting conditions and distance from the bird.

    - You may post short results as well as whole articles. Text limit for one posting: no more than 60000 characters.
    - Maximum allowed picture size is 600 X 800 pixels, file size 256 kb.
    - Detailed observation/monitoring results are very welcome if you hold all rights and if you don´t want to publish your text elsewhere.
    - Please choose a meaningful headline that shows your subject (“printed” it in bold type), and please write in English.
    - You are not a Loouskalender forum member but want to post a report here? Join now. It takes only a few minutes.
    - Please post your article at the topic "Add a link or an article".


    These guidelines may help you to sort and to structure your material for an longer article

    Guidelines for authors. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology, revised 2010
    http://www.wilsonsociety.org/documents/WJOGuidelines2010.pdf

    Von der Idee zur Publikation. Ein Leitfaden für Autoren des Ornithologischen Anzeigers, 2009
    http://www.og-bayern.de/deutsch/pubs/orn_anz/leitfaden.pdf

    Dictionary of birdwatching terminology:
    http://www.birdcare.com/bin/searchdict/

    · If you need more specific English terms, please take a look at the topic “Translation Tools”.
    · If you think you need some proof-reading or other help, you can try to get it by using the topic “Request for Help”.


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 Post subject: Re: Observation Results
PostPosted: July 20th, 2010, 9:03 pm 
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INDEX

    1.eBiodiversity (Estonia)

    2.Reportsystem for Birds (Sweden)
    See also: Artportalen - Species Gateway & ArtDatabanken - The Swedish Species Information Centre

    3.DOFbasen (Denmark)

    4.Reportsystem for Birds (Norway)

    5. The National Biodiversity Network (United Kingdom)
    See also: National Biodiversity Network's Gateway & The National Biodiversity Network

    6. Bird sightings (Isle of Skye, UK)
    See also: List of all sightings, White-tailed Eagles inclusive & Report own sightings per e-mail

    7. White-tailed Eagle Sightings (Ireland)

    8.Isle of Mull (UK)
    How to record you bird sightings

    9.Scotland: Seen a white-tailed eagle? Print this form, fill in the details and post back

    10.Global Biodiversity Information Facility (International Organisation)

    11.Naturewatcher (Germany)
    White-tailed Eagle sightings in Germany

    12.Denmark: Wild about Denmark
    White-tailed Eagle sightings in DK

    13.Global register of migratory species



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 Post subject: Re: Share your Observation Results
PostPosted: August 28th, 2010, 9:22 pm 
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1.eBiodiversity

eBiodiversity is a web interface for the taxa found in Estonia. There are already 23390 species occurrences.

Type in the “Haliaeetus albicilla” to find species observations and:

· Placement in taxonomic system
· Protected species; Data from Estonian Red List
· Databased records on the map
· Reference data about species occurrence in Estonia
· Specimens in scientific collections
· Public gene sequences

http://elurikkus.ut.ee/index.php?lang=eng


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 Post subject: Re: Share your Observation Results
PostPosted: August 28th, 2010, 9:34 pm 
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2.Sweden: Reportsystem for Birds

How to get White-tailed Eagle observation results:

- go to http://www.artportalen.se/birds/default.asp
- click ”Show records” in dark blue menu row at top

”Search species” page:
- write “Haliaeetus albicilla” in left-hand box to ”Begins with”
- click: Search

Search result:
- click: White-tailed Eagle
- you should now see ”Your choice: White-tailed Eagle year: 2010” above the "Search species" box
- click “Present records” in pale blue menu row
- choose your favourite presentation ("Record table" is a good start)

Danish Ornithological Society and Norwegian Ornithological Society use basically the same programme for bird observation reports, with some small modifications in user layout.

Explanation by liis; link submitted by liis/Urmas

Artportalen.se - Species Gateway
Species Gateway is an independent site for collecting sightings of species. The site is open to anyone who wishes to contribute their data.
http://www.artportalen.se/default.asp


ArtDatabanken - The Swedish Species Information Centre
The Swedish Species Information Centre works with biodiversity, serving as the focal point for information on threatened species and biodiversity in Sweden. Its main tasks are to collect, evaluate and store the most important information about threatened and rare plant and animal species.
http://www.artdata.slu.se/english/


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 Post subject: Re: Share your Observation Results
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3.Denmark: DOFbasen

"Everyone can seek information on birds on this website, but if you want to supply DOFbasen with data you need a password. Data can be entered either directly via the web or via a small program. Which can be downloaded from the website."

Link submitted by liis

http://www.dofbasen.dk/english/


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4.Norway: Reportsystem for Birds

Link submitted by liis

http://artsobservasjoner.no/fugler/


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 Post subject: Re: Share your Observation Results
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5.United Kingdom: The National Biodiversity Network

White-tailed Eagle sightings

Interactive map
http://data.nbn.org.uk/interactive/map.jsp?srchSp=NBNSYS0000000281

For more results use the search box at the top right of every page, keyword “Haliaeetus albicilla”.


National Biodiversity Network's Gateway
Use the NBN to explore UK biodiversity data, as contributed by participating data providers.
http://data.nbn.org.uk/

The National Biodiversity Network
http://www.nbn.org.uk/


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 Post subject: Re: Share your Observation Results
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6.Isle of Skye: Bird sightings

The objective of these pages is to keep everyone, locals and visitors alike, up to date with what birds are about.

List of all sightings, White-tailed Eagles inclusive
http://www.skye-birds.com/reports.php

Report own sightings per e-mail
http://www.skye-birds.com/index.php


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 Post subject: Re: Share your Observation Results
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7.Ireland: White-tailed Eagle Sightings

Sightings
http://www.goldeneagle.ie/portal.php?z=234

Report a sighting
http://www.goldeneagle.ie/portal.php?x=8


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 Post subject: Re: Share your Observation Results
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8.Isle of Mull

White-tailed Eagles
"Any reports of Sea Eagles on Mull will be much appreciated, especially of tagged immatures (...). For these sightings please contact Alan Spellman (mullbirds at btinternet.com) or e-mail directly to David Sexton, the RSPB Officer for Mull (David.Sexton at rspb.org.uk)

How to record you bird sightings:
http://www.mullbirdclub.org.uk/Bird%20S ... tings.html


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9.Scotland: Seen a white-tailed eagle? Print this form, fill in the details and post back

http://www.rspb.org.uk/Images/sightingsform_tcm9-185890.pdf


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10.Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF)

GBIF is an international organisation that is working to make the world's biodiversity data accessible everywhere in the world. GBIF and its many partners work to mobilise the data, and to improve search mechanisms, data and metadata standards, web services, and the other components of an Internet-based information infrastructure for biodiversity.

http://www.gbif.org/


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11.Germany: Naturewatcher

White-tailed Eagle sightings in Germany:

- at the top left of the page there´s a box, containing "suche nach arten"
- overwrite the text with: Haliaeetus albicilla
- the new page shows >basisinfo >lexikon >bilder > beobachtungen >karte >auswertung in a green row
- choose >bilder to see pictures
- choose > beobachtungen to read observation details (in German)
- choose >karte to see a map
- choose >auswertung to see statistical data

For sharing own sightings you have to register.
(If you want to go one step back, don´t use the browser function - use the red arrow symbol at the page.)

http://www.naturgucker.de/natur.dll/EXEC


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 Post subject: Re: Sightings - Observation Results
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12.Denmark: Wild about Denmark

“Welcome to Wild About Denmark, the Net's largest site for Danish and Scandinavian Wildlife, dedicated to increase knowledge of wild animals, plants and fungi, and home to thousands of pages of information on wildlife and the environment.”

Go to “Groups” (at the left part of the page), choose “Birds”. The page will show a list now. Go to page 8 and click at “White-tailed Eagle” to find:

-Latest reports
-Where to see this species
-Gallery
-Map: Spatial distribution of Haliaeetus albicilla in Denmark 1992-2010

http://www.fugleognatur.dk/wildaboutdenmark/


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 Post subject: Re: Sightings - Observation Results
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13.Global register of migratory species (GROMS)

Write "haliaeetus albicilla" in the search window (White-tailed Eagles worldwide, map)

http://groms.gbif.org/

An estimated 5,000 to 10,000 animals migrate. This Global Register of Migratory Species (GROMS) reflects current results of scientific research in a database combined with a Geographic Information System (GIS). The new structure of the database provides information on the species, GIS-maps, population data and a comprehensive bibliography of more than 5,500 entries.

http://www.cms.int/species/groms/groms.htm


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