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

Welcome to the Ringing Center of the Russian Raptor Research and Conservation Network!

 

Пустельга

If you get a ring or tag of the raptor, or you photograph the ringed raptor, you will become one of the compilers of the national database on ringing.

To do it you need to report about the finding by following the link >>>

.

.

Raptor Ringing Center: 

 Ringing  Types of Rings and Colour Schemes  Reporting forms  Contact the coordinator
 . Мохноногий курганник
.
 .
Access to the database.
 .
 .
Report about the observation of marking bird or finding of the ring
 .
 .
 
 .
 .Making of the rings
 .
 .
 .
 .Visit a forum
 .
 .
 News of Ringing

 

to top

Искать
Raptors conservation
Forum
Photogallery
Video
  • Login

  • Войти через loginza
    Migratioin of birds of Northwest Russia

    Migratioin of birds of Northwest Russia. Non-Passerines

    This monograph is based on a wealth of factual material accumulated by a team of researchers in the result of many years of work in the North-West of Russia. It discusses the problems of migration through the prism of the concept of place of migration activity in the annual cycle of birds, developed by the authors of the monograph.

    The CITES Identification Guide to Falconry Species

    The CITES Identification Guide to Falconry Species

    An initiative of Environment Canada and the CITES Secretariat Research, Concept and Production: John Sellar, CITES Secretariat, the CITES Enforcement. Graphic Design and Illustration: Tamara Maliepaard. Published by Environment Canada.

    All publications