BSP Phenological Studies Programme

Detailed information: http://www.b-s-p.org/home/programmes/phenological_studies/

A INFORMATION ON SITE AND SURVEYORS

A1 Please draw a map of your excursion area (point, line, polygon)
Lat:
Long:

A2 Map name of the survey area or unit

A3 School name and address:


List of species to observe

When did You hear the voices of skylark (Alauda arvensis)?
        
When did You see the first starling (Sturnus vulgaris)?
        
When did You see the first hazelnut (Corylus avellana) being in bloom?
        
When did You see the first blooms of snowdrop (Galanthus nivalis)?
        
When did You see the first blooms of coltsfoot (Tussilago farfara)?
        
When did You see the first blooms of blue anemone (Hepatica nobilis)?
        
When did You see the first brimstone (Gonepteryx rhamni)?
        
When did You see the first black ant?
        
When did white stork (Ciconia ciconia) arrive?
        
When did You see the first wagtail (Motacilla alba)?
        
When did You see the first sallow (Salix caprea) being in bloom?
        
When did You see the first blooms of wood anemone (Anemone nemerosa)?
        
When did You see the first bumble-bee flying?
        
When did You hear the voices of blackbird (Turdus merula)?
        
When did you hear the “frog concert” in the vociferously breeding pond?
        
When did You hear the voices of cuckoo (Cuculus canorus)?
        
When did You see the first house martin (Delichon urbica)?
        
When did You see the first cabbage white (Pieris brassicae)?
        
When did You see the first bird-cherry (Padus avium) being in bloom?
        
When did You see the first dog-rose (Rosa canina) being in bloom?
        

GENERAL

E5 Please enter an short comment or observation: