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de Vries H (2020): Contribution of Observation.org to Ebba2 (Second European Breeding Bird Atlas). v1.5. Observation.org. Dataset/Metadata. http://ipt.nlbif.nl/resource?r=ebbasecondbreedingbirdatlas&v=1.5
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Europe including part of Russia excluding the Netherlands and Belgium. See for details http://euro.observation.org/start_ebcc.php?srt=0&from=2014-01-01&to=2018-01-01
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [36.2, -24.41], North East [81.69, 79.26]|
A list with 784 bird species provided by the EBBA team http://www.ebba2.info/what-is-ebba2-and-why-ebba2/
|Start Date / End Date||2014-01-01 / 2017-12-31|
|Study Extent||Observers can submit single observations or complete checklists. Observations with the following codes are used for the project: *Pair observed in suitable nesting habitat in breeding season *Nests with young seen or heard *Nests containing eggs *Adult carrying a faecal sac or food for young *Recently fledged young (nidicolous species) or downy young (nidifugous species) *Used nest or eggshells found (occupied or laid within period of survey) *Distraction-display or injury-feigning *Nest-building or excavating of nest-hole *Brood patch on adult examined in the hand *Permanent territory presumed through registration of territorial behaviour (song, etc.) on at least two different days a week or more apart at same place *Singing male(s) present (or breeding calls heard) in breeding season *Agitated behaviour or anxiety calls from adults *Visiting probable nest-site *Courtship and display *Non breeding (species observed but suspected to be still on migration or to be summering non-breeder) *Adults entering or leaving nest-site in circumstances indicating occupied nest (including high nests or nest holes, the contents of which cannot be seen) or adult seen incubating *Species observed in breeding season in possible nesting habit|
|Quality Control||Observations are validated by Observation.org admins and local parties. The last group recieves a data dump to check.|
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