Cernek - a new bird ringing station in Turkey

Sancar Bariş 1 , Kiraz Erciyas 2 , Arzu Gürsoy 2 , Cemal Özsemir 2  and Jarosław Nowakowski 3
  • 1 Ornithological Research Center, Ondokuz Mayis University, Samsun, Turkey
  • 2 Dept. of Biology, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Ondokuz Mayis University, Samsun, Turkey
  • 3 Bird Migration Research Station, Univ. of Gdańsk, Przebendowo 3, PL-84-210 Choczewo, Poland

Cernek - a new bird ringing station in Turkey

A new Turkish bird ringing station - Cernek, was launched on 22 March 2002 under the auspices of the SE European Bird Migration Network (SEEN). This paper provides information about the location and biotopes of the station, methodology used in its work, species composition of captured birds and presents plans and perspectives for future research.

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  • Busse P. (Ed.). 2000. Bird station manual. SE European Bird Migration Network, Univ. of Gdańsk, Gdańsk.

  • Erciyas K., Özsemir A. C., Bariş Y. S., Nowakowski J. K. 2005. Directional preferences of Passerines caught during autumn migration at Kizilirmak delta, Northern Turkey. Abstracts of SE European Bird Migration Network Workshop 1-3 July 2005, Przebendowo, Poland.

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