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References B aruš , V., S ergeeva , T.P., S onin , M.D., R yzhikov , K.M. (1978): Helminths of Fish-Eating Birds of the Palearctic Region I. Academia Praha, 318 pp. DOI: 10.1007/978-94-009-9972-5 B orgsteede , F.H.M., O kulewicz , A., Z oun , P.E.F., O kulewicz , J. (2003): The helminth fauna of birds of prey (Accipitriformes, Falconiformes and Strigiformes) in the Nederlands. Acta Parasitol., 48: 200 – 207 B ray , R.A., G ibson , D.I., J ones , A. (2008): Keys to the Trematoda . Volume 3. CAB International and The Natural History Museum, London, 805 pp. B

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Despite the key role of raptors (including birds of prey Falconiformes and owls Strigiformes) in ecosystems and their sensitivity to environmental change, a well coordinated, Europe-wide monitoring of raptors is lacking. EURAPMON, a Research Networking Programme of the European Science Foundation, was launched with the aim of establishing a sustainable Europewide network for monitoring of raptors. An overview of current monitoring schemes for raptor populations in 28 European countries, as reported by EURAPMON National Coordinators at the workshop in Murcia (Spain) in 2012, showed existing monitoring schemes to be limited to a restricted number of species (mostly diurnal and rare raptor species). The most widely monitored species are the Golden Eagle Aquila chrysaetos amongst diurnal raptors and the Eagle Owl Bubo bubo amongst owls. Broad coverage of a species range across Europe is reached only for restricted-range species. The key driver for monitoring, which is mostly coordinated by NGOs, is conservation, and the main end users are governmental institutions. International collaboration in the field of monitoring of raptors is mainly regional and not yet pan-European in scale. The involvement of volunteers in raptor monitoring was perceived as the main strength of many schemes, but insufficient manpower and a focus on rare species were recognised as the main weaknesses across Europe as a whole. Among priorities identified for the future development of monitoring schemes are: improvements to national coordination; support to increase the number of volunteers; and assurances of stable funding. Further analysis of EURAPMON questionnaires will identify knowledge gaps, which will steer good practice guidance on survey methodologies; the need for the latter was identified as the main benefit that National Coordinators expect to gain from international networking

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References Belopolsky L. 1974. Migration peculiarities of some species of owls (Strigiformes) on the basis of trapping and ringing data obtained on the Courland Spit in 1957-1968 . Commun. Baltic Comm. Stud. Bird Migr. 8: 51-71. Bengtsson D., Jonzen N. 2001. Autumn migration of Montagu's Harrier Circus pygargus and Marsh Harrier C. aeruginosus at the southern tip of Oland . Ornis Svecica 11, 1-2: 1-6. Busse P. 1969. Results of ringing of European Corvidae . Acta orn. 11, 8: 263-328. Busse P., Busse W. 2003. Autumn migration of owls along Polish Baltic coast

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