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The report summarizes the activities of the Pan-European Common Bird Monitoring Scheme (PECBMS) between July and December 2015. In this period our work was driven mainly by the organisation of the fifth PECBMS workshop. Several issues have been prepared for the discussion at the workshop, e.g. improvements of national farmland bird indicators, publication and promotional strategy etc. Besides this, we continued to cooperate on research projects. Regular collation of updated national species population trends and indices started in December.



Thanks to the efforts of the local organizers and their sponsors there are funding opportunities for travel grants for participants of low income countries.



The website for the next EBCC conference in Halle Germany September 2016 is launched: www.birdnumbers2016.de.



New details on how birds respond to climate change have been revealed by volunteer bird watchers all over Europe. The information they´ve gathered shows birds respond to changing conditions in different seasons of the year. While some species benefit from these changes, birds that are adapted to colder regions stand to lose. This knowledge can help predict future bird communities in Europe and focus the effort to tackle the effects of climate change on the most vulnerable species.



A new report on the state of birds in Switzerland published by the Swiss Ornithological Institute brings together results from the Swiss monitoring programmes of breeding, migrating and wintering birds. It includes the updated Swiss Bird Index SBI® which until last year was published in a separate fact sheet.



Mobilizing 100,000 volunteer birdwatchers and 30 million new bird records every year to unravel European-wide spatiotemporal patterns of bird distribution.

Visit the project website at www.eurobirdportal.org.


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