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Found a ringed bird?

Please report it here

Annually, approximately 200,000 to 250,000 wild birds are ringed in Norway. The results of this tell us about our birds’ migration routes, stop over sites and wintering areas. By trapping and ringing birds, we learn about the proportion of juveniles and adults in the bird population and can say something about how the breeding season has been.

When ringed birds are recovered, we can calculate their age and gather data on important causes of death. This knowledge is essential for managing the bird populations in a good way.

These fields are mandatory
Address on the ring, på ring, Ringnumber, Location, Date for finding, checkboxes, name, addresse, email, phone
This field is required
Zoom into the right area of the map, place the cursor on the finding place. The cursor can be clicked and moved, if it is misplaced. Click the cursor, hold the button and move”
Check the boxes for findings circumstances