We study them with rings
Review - Gratuito
Parco regionale fluviale del Taro - Province of Parma
Adatto a Everyone.
Una produzione di: Parchi del Ducato, WWF, Associazione Io non ho paura del lupo
One of the most common techniques for the study of birds, and in particular of migrations, is ringing. Already at the end of 1800, a small and harmless aluminium ring with a unique code began to be attached to a bird’s foot. In this way, with the subsequent blackmail of the specimen, we began to know the migratory routes, the duration of movements and many other information.
The proposed activity, curated by park staff and volunteers, takes place in the official monitoring station of Chiesuole in the Taro Park (Collecchio - PR), with a network for the capture of birds. The audience will be able to share live the exciting research activity, which ends with the release of the captured birds.
For more information write to Info E-mail: email@example.com Info line: 0521802688
Minimum 6 - Maximum 35 participants.
Recommended equipment: hiking shoes/boots, water bottle, packed lunch, binoculars, camera, windbreaker.
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