Digital Magazine for Whinchat Research and Conservation
Volume 1 is still available here !
Content of Volume I:
With a double-click on the pics you can get single papers
The situation of the Whinchat and important conservation projects in Austria.
Authors: Hans Uhl, Katharina Bergmüller & Andreas Kleewein
First results with small-scale measures on organic farms in north-eastern Germany.
Authors: Frank Gottwald, Andreas Matthews, Adele Matthews & Karin Stein-Bachinger
A project conducted by NABU (BirdLife Germany).
Authors: Anne Evers & Jan Sohler
Short contribution about the situation of the Whinchat in Finland.
Authors: Jari Korhonen & Juha Tiainen
Spring migration data for the Whinchat have been collected in an agrarian area in the region of Lüchow-Dannenberg, Lower Saxony since 2003.
A contribution to the current stock situation and to breeding success of the Whinchat in the area of Kamenz, Germany
Author: Uwe Leipert
Conservation measures for stabilizing a Whinchat population in the course of the ‚Saxonian
Author: Christina Scheinpflug
Artificial perches as a conservation measure for the Whinchat - implementation and control of the
overstrung method in the Rotmaintal near Kulmbach, Germany.
Authors: Margarete Siering & Jürgen Feulner
Determination of the distance and tolerance of the Whinchat of woody densities, reeds and paths
in selected grassland bird areas in the Bavarian foothills of the Alps
Author: Margarete Siering
A Whinchat pair with fledglings in a spruce forest.
Author: Jürgen Feulner
Optimising conditions for breeding Whinchat in the
Shannon Callows Special Protection Area
Authors: Aimee Gray, Alex S. Copland & Barry J. McMahon
If you build it, they will come...Whinchat conservation projects in Luxembourg.
Author: Mikis Bastian
Whinchat in the abandoned fields of the ‚Russky Sever‘ national park.
Authors: Dmitry Shitikov, Tatyana Vaytina & Stanislav Samsonov
Whinchats on Ljubljansko barje (Slovenia) – update to report from 2015.
Author: Davorin Tome
RSPB has initiated a national long term study
on the causes of Whinchat decline, which will
include the Long Mynd, and the local popula-
tion monitoring project will be repeated, star-
ting in 2017.
Author: Leo Smith
A Retrap Adult Survival (RAS) project organised
by the British Trust for Ornithology has
been running on the site since 2011
Authors: Stephen Westerberg, Amanda Proud & Martin Ketcher
This brief report gives you a review of the Whin-
chat work of some selected researchers in the UK in 2016 to 2017.
Author: Jennifer Border
Groundwork for a Whinchat Bibliography. Part I: ‚Whinchat in the title‘ and ‚Whinchat in main focus‘.
Authors: Jürgen Feulner & Christoph Siems-Wedhorn