Russian Raptors Research and Conservation Network
I want to tell you about bird with rings!
Raptors
Birds of Prey
Owls
Research
Key species
Monitoring
Birdwatching
Migration
Ringing
Conservation
Nesting Platforms
Nestboxes
Electrocutions
Protected Areas
About the network
Charter and Program
Members
Projects
Events of Network
Blogs
Media about us
Library
Journal “RC”
Methods
Books
Papers
Reports
Presentations
News
Events
Conferences
Announcements
From soc-networks
For sponsors
Urgent projects
Fatbirder's Top 1000 Birding Websites
НАШИ БАННЕРЫ
RRRCN RRRCN

Faunistics

Under the programme all the information about encountered raptors are collected, it allows to clarify the species ranges and dates of their being at the territory, covered by surveys of members of the Russian Raptor Research and Conservation Network and other frendly organizations.
Birdwatchers and photographers, who share their observation, help very much in the realization of the programme. If you want to join the programme, simply sign up and add your own observations in the Web-GIS “Faunistics”.

License agreement (in Russian) Guidelines of citation

GO TO WEB-GIS “FAUNISTICS”

go to Forum (in Russian)

Web GIS “Faunistics” is an interactive system of input and display of data about encountered raptors and photo bank of observations. If you want to not just upload photos of raptors in the website gallery, but link them to a specific point on the map and the date of observation, which will be inputed in the database, then you are welcome.

NEWS OF THE PROGRAMME          PUBLICATIONS            COOPERATION

 

The latest updates of WEB-Gis “Faunistics”:

16.10.2017. Section named Raptors of the World is available in Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF), doi: 10.15468/fggsfn

15.12.2016. Web GIS “Faunistics” is included in the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) and begin to import data in 2017

03/10/2016. In the Web GIS “Faunistics” is redesigned functional of observations, added the batch operations, improved of the plug-in to work with layers

5/10/2015. Data import to Web-GIS “Faunistics” from database “Online bird observation diary” for common users was established.

22/08/2014. Release of updated Web-GIS “Faunistics” ver. 2.0. What’s new: – user’s layers; – extended maps choice; better interface.

02/03/2013. Full-functional Web-GIS “Faunistics” version 1.0 was launched for general use.

15/02/2013. Crippled version of Web-GIS “Faunistics” was launched for general use. User’s registration completed simultaneously with creating of the first observation.

21/01/2013. Crippled version of Web-GIS “Faunistics” was launched for general use. User’s registration accomplished by system administrator.

12/12/2012. Crippled version of Web-GIS “Faunistics” was launched for general use.

 
Partners of the program “Faunistics”:

———————————————————————————-

———————————————————————————-

 

to top

Искать
Raptors conservation
Forum
Photogallery
Video
  • Login

  • Войти через loginza

    30.11.2017

    Ornithologists are going to discuss the issues on research and conservation of eagles of Palearctic in Katun village (Altai kray) on September 2018

    Орлы Палеарктики: изучение и охрана

    Registration Deadline with a Visa support – June 1, 2018, without a Visa support – 1 August, 2018. Proposals for workshop discussions should be sent to the email address of the Conference before the March 1, 2018.

    24.11.2017

    (Русский) Куда летит Учсын?

    Балобаны, помеченные трекерами, самка (слева) и самец (справа) в гнезде на скале в горах Алтая за несколько дней до вылета. Фото Д. Штоля

    Sorry, this entry is only available in Русский.

    All news

    Орлан-белохвост 2017

    Some reports presented and posters on the International Conference SEAEAGLE 2017

    Reports presented on the II International White-tailed Sea Eagle Conference 2017 (Roosta, Estonia, 5-7 October 2017).

    Karyakin I., Pazhenkov A., Bekmansurov R., Nikolenko E., Andreenkov O., Zinevich L. Peregrine Falcon in the Volga-Ural and Altai-Sayan regions

    Peregrine Falcon in the Volga-Ural and Altai-Sayan regions

    Report presented on the 4th International Peregrine Conference 4th International Peregrine Conference (27 September – 1 October 2017, Herman Ottó Conference Centre, Budapest, Hungary)

    All publications