Finland

bird monitoring scheme providing data to PECBMS in 2019 update

existing bird monitoring scheme

no bird monitoring scheme

Finland

Name of scheme: Linnustonseuranta (Maalintujen linja- ja pistelaskennat) – Annual monitoring of breeding birds in Finland
Website: http://www.luomus.fi/fi/pesimalintujen-linja-pistelaskenta
Organisation: Zoological Museum, Finnish Museum of Natural History
Status: ongoing
Start: 1975
Number of fieldworkers: 150
Species: 140
Habitats record: yes
Methods: line transects
point counts
Selection of plots: systematic
Sustainable support: yes
Reference: Väisänen, R. A., Lehikoinen, A. & Sirkiä, P. 2018: Monitoring population changes of land bird species breeding in Finland in 1975–2017. – Linnut-vuosikirja 2017: 16–31 (in Finnish with English summary).
Väisänen, R. A. & Lehikoinen, A. 2013: Suomen maalinnuston pesimäkannan vaihtelut vuosina 1975-2012. — Linnut vuosikirja 2013: 62–81.
Contact: Aleksi Lehikoinen
Zoological Museum, Finnish Museum of Natural History, P. O. Box 17, FI-00014, Helsinki, Finland
aleksi.lehikoinen@helsinki.fi
Name of scheme: Petolintuseuranta (Raptor Grid Scheme)
Website: https://www.luomus.fi/fi/petolintu-saaksiseuranta
Organisation: Zoological Museum, Finnish Museum of Natural History
Status: ongoing
Start: 1982
Number of fieldworkers: 300
Species: 14
Habitats record: yes
Methods: other
Selection of plots: other
Sustainable support: yes
Contact: Jari Valkama
Zoological Museum, Finnish Museum of Natural History, P.O. Box 17, FI-00014, Helsinki, Finland
jari.valkama@helsinki.fi
Name of scheme: Vesilintulaskennat (Waterfowl Monitoring in Lakes)
Website: http://www.luomus.fi/fi/vesilintulaskenta
Organisation: Zoological Museum, Finnish Museum of Natural History and Finnish Game and Fisheries Institute
Status: ongoing
Start: 1986
Number of fieldworkers: 150
Species: 16
Habitats record: yes
Methods: point counts
other
Selection of plots: other
Sustainable support: yes
Reference: Laaksonen, T., Lehikoinen, A., Pöysä, H., Sirkiä, P. & Ikonen, K. 2019: Inland waterfowl population trends 1986–2018. – Linnut-vuosikirja 2018: 46– 55 (in Finnish with English summary).
Contact: Juha Honkala
Zoological Museum, Finnish Museum of Natural History, P. O. Box 17, FI-00014, Helsinki, Finland
juha.honkala@helsinki.fi
Note: Method: point counts and route surveys