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Tuesday, April 7th, 2020
Birds
Primers guanyadors "Estar-se a casa mirant ocells ara té premi"

Ja tenim els primers guanyadors del sorteig "Estar-se a casa mirant ocells ara té premi"!

 

Felicitats a la Juanita Zorrilla Pujana i al Pere Abelló Sala!

Moltes gràcies a tots els que heu participat des d' ocellsdelsjardins.cat!

Recordeu que cada dimarts farem aquest sorteig amb premis gentilesa de Cossetània Edicions entre tots els que entreu dades a ocellsdelsjardins.cat.

 

No en perdeu l'oportunitat! 

posted by Marina Cuito
 
Saturday, April 4th, 2020
Fitxa d'identificació de la merla

La merla és un dels ocells més comuns als nostres pobles i ciutats. Aquesta fitxa us pot ajudar a identificar-la.

http://files.biolovision.net/www.ocellsdelsjardins.cat/userfiles/merla.jpg

Document to download :  merla-1615.pdf
posted by Gabriel Gargallo
 
Thursday, April 2nd, 2020
Censos confinats

El projecte Ocells dels Jardins és dels pocs en què podem continuar participant aquests dies de confinament. Per això us proposem aprofitar-ho al màxim i fer uns censos especials "Censos Confinats" cada cap de setmana mentre duri el confinament.

 

Es tracta de fer tants censos com sigui possible durant tots els propers caps de setmana. Aquests censos complementaran els que realitzem tradicionalment el darrer cap de setmana de gener i maig. Evidentment, si també feu censos entre setmana també seran molt benvinguts, però la idea és mirar de com a mínim fer-ne un tots els caps de setmana.  

 

Com han de ser aquests censos?

 

Els pots fer en qualsevol moment del cap de setmana, imprimeix o descarregat la fitxa, surt al teu jardí o terrassa i comença a comptar tots els ocells que hi vegis durant una estona (mitja hora és perfecte). Si fas més d'un cens al dia, per exemple matí i tarda, dons encara millor! Tingues en compte, però, que has de comptar els ocells que vegis fent ús del teu jardí, els que el sobrevolen no compten (tampoc els que estan al jardí del teu veí!). Anota el nombre màxim dindividus diferents de totes les espècies que detectis. Finalment, penja les teves dades al web.

 

http://files.biolovision.net/www.ocellsdelsjardins.cat/userfiles/fitxa2.jpg

posted by Marina Cuito
 
Thursday, April 2nd, 2020
Cursos online d’ocells des de la finestra especial per Ocells dels Jardins

Les darreres setmanes hem organitzat diversos cursos online gratuïts per fer el confinament una mica més lleuger i acostar l’ornitologia a tothom. Ja que el projecte Ocells dels Jardins és l’únic que pot continuar funcionant al 100% durant el confinament, organitzarem un curs online exclusivament per als participants d'aquest projecte. 

 

El curs s’impartirà en format Masterclass, això vol dir que hi podran participar moltes persones, però que la interacció serà exclusivament per missatge escrit al xat de la videoconferèencia. Tindrà una durada de 5 hores i es farà del 6 al 9 d’abril i l’11 d’abril de 17:00 a 18:00.

 

No us el perdeu! Per fer-lo només cal que us inscriviu des d'aquest enllaç, doneu el vostre nom i el vostre identificador d’usuari d’Ocells dels Jardins (vegeu imatge de sota).

posted by Marina Cuito
 
Thursday, April 2nd, 2020
Quedar-se a casa mirant ocells ara té premi!

Mentre duri el confinament, cada setmana sortejarem dos premis, gentilesa de Cossetània Edicions: un pels participants d’ocellsdelsjardins.cat (pack de 4 miniguies de natura de Toni Llobet) i l’altre pels de #JoEmQuedoACasa d’ornitho.cat (segona edició de la Guia de rapinyaires de Catalunya de Fran Trabalon i Àlex Ollé).

D'entre tots els participants de la setmana, el guanyador s’escollirà en un sorteig en què cada observador tindrà tantes butlletes com dies en què hagi fet llistes completes a #JoEmQuedoACasa d’ornitho.cat o censos a ocellsdelsjardins.cat. És a dir, si un observador ha fet llistes completes o censos en quatre dies té el doble de possibilitats de guanyar que si n'ha fet en només dos.

El guanyador s’escollirà cada dimarts (els guanyadors d'aquesta setmana es decidiran el dimarts 7 d'abril). En el cas de les dades d'ornitho, només es consideren vàlides les llistes completes de com a mínim 30 minuts de durada i que hagin estat fetes a Catalunya o Andorra.

http://files.biolovision.net/www.ornitho.cat/userfiles/premiACasa_2.jpg

posted by Gabriel Gargallo
 
Friday, November 15th, 2019
Birds
BIRD FEEDERS, IN THE FOCUS!

In winter, feeding the birds that visit our gardens, balconies and terraces is a good way to help them to overcome the coldest months of the year, which are the more energetically demanding as well.

In several countries: the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia, about half of the households keep active feeders and, only in the UK, the amount of food destined for this activity is believed to be enough to feed 196 million birds. Given these figures, it is not difficult to imagine that its ecological impact on bird populations is huge, both positive and negative.

Researchers from the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) have discovered, from the data obtained through garden monitoring projects, that the diversity of birds that visit these gardens has tripled in the last 40 years, for example. On the other hand, some species, such as Blackcap or Anna's hummingbird, have modified their migratory strategies by becoming regular wintering birds in the UK and Canada, respectively.

So far we have exposed the positive effects of the proliferation of feeders in the gardens of some countries, but what about the negatives? In the aforementioned study it has also been seen that feeders are a perfect tool for disease transmission. Moreover, it is known that the decline of the Common greenfinch population in the United Kingdom between 2006 and 2016 - when it plummeted from 4.3 to 1.5 million birds - was directly related to this fact.

In conclusion, feeders in winter yes, but as clean as can be!

Picture: Xavier Riera

posted by Xavier Riera
 
Friday, October 18th, 2019
Birds
LET'S PRICK UP OUR EARS!!

We are on the verge of the project’s wintering season. Some of the commonest species to visit our gardens or feeders, in winter, multiply dramatically their populations due to the arrival of birds from Centre and Nord Europe. Most of these species are rather conspicuous and the identification is quite straight forward but for some of them it could be a bit more challenging.

Here you are several of these species and, by the way, their voices. We strongly recommend you to learn by heart their typical wintering calls in order to spot them easily in your backyard.

Let’s prick up our ears!!

 

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Dunnok (Prunella modularis)

Robin (Erithacus rubecula)

Song thrush (Turdus philomelos)

Blackcap (Sylvia atricapilla)

Chiffchaff (Phylloscopus collybita)

Nuthatch (SItta europaea)

Chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs)

Siskin (Carduelis spinus)

 

Pictures: Jaume Ventura, J Gabriel Gallart, Xavier Riera, Eduard Comorera, Cesc Herrero, Pancho Pou, Matilde Londner, Josep Bel

posted by Xavier Riera
 
Friday, July 1st, 2016
Birds

Until June of this year we have had 11760 contributions done in the web of the project, so first of all we have to say: thank you! Some of you contribute counting birds of your private gardens, but did you know that you can also report observations of public parks, terraces and balconies?

To select a public park of any city or village and go counting birds is a magnificent activity to do with the family. We ask you to count at least twice a year (the last weekends of January and May), so you can schedule your journeys the way you prefer: when the kids go out of school, the weekends...

Adults and children can learn a lot thanks to this project, because of the proximity that provide the birds that are in gardens and parks and the ease that bring you our web with the drawings of the most frequent species. We encourage you to make diffusion of the project to friends and acquaintance that want get introduced to the birding world or just want to learn a little more of their entourage. 

posted by Abel Julien
 
Wednesday, May 25th, 2016
REMINDER: Spring Census 2016

Next weekend, May 28 and 29, the OdJ Spring Census 2016 is taking place.

We ask you to count birds sometime during the weekend for an amount of time of your choice but preferably longer than half an hour. As veteran participants already know this is the moment in which all participants count birds at the same time, thus allowing us to get a snapshot of Catalan gardens in a particular moment.

We look forward to your data!

posted by Abel Julien
 
Monday, March 21st, 2016
Overflying birds: don't count

OdJ gives us a good measure of the birds that use the gardens of our country. One of its goals is to relate the different types of gardens with the bird species that inhabit them, as a result of this and for other reasons related to how we work data, we remind OdJ users that birds overflying the garden or that pass nearby without using it must NOT be recorded. Putting it graphically, in OdJ we must record birds that "touch" our garden.

Overflying birds, whether they are a raptor or a stork in migration, swallows or swifts, must not be recorded if they are flying over. Instead, if we have a Swallow's nest in a cottage or House Martin's nests in the balconies, it is indeed important to record them. We ask all participants to keep in mind these criteria, as specified in the instructions of the project.

Remember also that once we have defined what we consider our garden as our study area, we have to input birds that we see inside there only; we mustn't record birds that we see in our neighbour's garden or nearby.

Thank you for your cooperation

posted by Abel Julien
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