Huddleston & Jackson Bird Ringing
|The Bird Banders of North East New South Wales, Australia was formed to allow bird researchers to share their knowledge and skills. One of the aims of the group is to form a number of co-operative banding stations to enable banders to assist each other on projects.|
|Dartford Ringing Group is a collection of amateur ringers (banders) using ringing as a tool to study the population dynamics and migration strategies of birds at several sites in the southeast of England.|
|Featuring Lotan's First Bird Ringing Station.|
|Information on the Activities and Projects from the East Dales Ringing Group in Yorkshire.|
|Newbury Ringing Group Operating in West Berkshire the group operates a nest box project at four sites with over 100 boxes and a winter feeding station at Bagnor.|
|North West Norfolk Ringing Group Operating in Eastern England. Producers of MapPrep Software Database for preparing Controls and Recoveries for mapping.|
|Nunnery Ringing Group are a group of volunteers ringing wild birds around the British Trust for Ornithology headquarters at The Nunnery, Thetford.|
|Powdermill Biological Station is the field research station of Carnegie Museum of Natural History, part of Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania). Also known as Powdermill Nature Reserve.|
|Whimbrel Satellite Tracking A Joint Project between English Nature, Huddleston & Jackson Bird Ringing Partnership and Wheatear.biz. The Project has also been assisted by help from the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) and Yorkshire Wildlife Trust.|
British Trust for
Administrators of the British and Irish Bird Ringing Scheme.
|Administrators of the Canadian Bird Banding Scheme.|
|Site functions as a bulletin board for the European ringing fraternity.|
|Patuxent Wildlife Research Center Bird Banding Laboratory|
Suppliers of a wide range of Bird Ringing/Banding Equipment and Accessories.
Also suppliers of Nest Boxes, Binoculars, Telescopes and Night Vision.
|BirdGuides Online UK rarities new and online reference and video library.|
|Birding Israel The purpose of this site is to provide the birders visiting mainly southern Israel with information that will make their travel more productive.|
British Bird Watching Magazine.
|Bradford Ornithological Group website has an array of information for birding in the Bradford Area.|
Annual Event help at Rutland Water.
|Dean Birders is a website set up for the Disabled Birders of the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire.|
|Reference database to articles in European birding magazines.|
|Site for trip reports and for discussing issues related to bird travel.|
|Wild Rye - A mosaic of habitats beside the sea with coastal habitat. Full of wildlife for you to discover in the County of East Sussex, England.|
|African Bird Club aims to provide a worldwide focus for African ornithology and encourage an interest in the conservation of the birds of the region.|
|The Chalk & Hawks Project is a non-profit making organisation working with local people to help conserve Dorset's wildlife, especially birds of prey such as Barn Owls and Kestrels.|
|Filey Brigg Ornithological Group based at the Filey Brigg Bird Observatory on the Yorkshire Coast between Bridlington and Scarborough. Site contains observatory information and sightings.|
|The Wildlife Web is a resource for birders and wildlife enthusiasts in, or visiting the North-east of Scotland.|
|The Weirfield Wildlife Hospital is an independent Wildlife Hospital based in Lincoln. A member of the British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council and Registered Charity will be grateful for funding to help support the Hospital.|
|The Association of Field Ornithologists (AFO) is a society of professional and amateur ornithologists dedicated to the scientific study and dissemination of information about birds in their natural habitats.|
|BirdLife Finland is an organisation of 29 Finnish bird societies. It aims to promote bird watching, bird research and protection of birds, their habitats and biological diversity.|
|British Trust for Ornithology has existed since 1933 as an independent, scientific research trust, investigating the populations, movements and ecology of wild birds in the British Isles.|
Canada's National Wildlife Agency.
|English Nature is the Government agency that champions the conservation of wildlife and natural features throughout England.|
|Environment Australia (Department of the Environment and Heritage) advises the Commonwealth Government on policies and programs for the protection and conservation of the environment, including both natural and cultural heritage places.|
|Nįttśrustofa Noršausturlands (North East Iceland Nature Centre) is a regional institute of natural research and is situated in Husavik.|
|Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, part of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) carries out Biological Research for the US Government.|
|The RSPB is an organisation working for a healthy environment rich in birds and wildlife. The RSPB has the largest public membership in the UK which helps to support the management of a large number of important Reserves.|
|Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust is the largest international wetland conservation charity in the UK with 9 visitor centres. Founded in 1946 by the artist and naturalist Sir Peter Scott (1909 - 1989).|
Information relating to the keeping of your Pet Budgie and how to Bribe it into Talking.
Ordnance Survey Maps
Britain's National Mapping Agency
Britain's National Weather Service
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Page Last Updated - 01 Dezember 2008