Morten Bentzon Hansen
Number of bird species: 464
National Bird - Mute Swan Cygnus olor
Danish Bird Records CommitteeWebsite
Only in Danish - Submit records of Danish rarities: http://www.dof.dk/sider/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=169&Itemid=196
The national nature protection society.
Dansk Ornitologisk Forening - BirdLife DenmarkWebsite
Vesterbrogade 140, DK-1620Copenhagen V. +45 33283800; firstname.lastname@example.org
The Danish Ornithological Society - is an independent, non-governmental organisation founded in 1906. The Society is involved in environmental awareness, scientific-based research and integrated conservation and development work. The national bird club which has 12.000 members. There are thirteen local branches (links below) - see: map of all branches: http://www.dof.dk/sider/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=88&Itemid=114
Dansk Ornitologisk Forening - Observation DatabaseWebsite
Daily observations of birds recorded in Denmark...
Dansk Ornitologisk Forening ShopWebsite
The DOF virtual shop with books, binoculars and stuff.
DOF - FynWebsite
DOF - BornholmWebsite
DOF - KøbenhavnWebsite
DOF - NordjyllandWebsite
DOF - NordsjællandWebsite
DOF - NordvestjyllandWebsite
DOF - StorstrømWebsite
DOF - SydvestjyllandWebsite
DOF - SydøstjyllandWebsite
DOF - SønderjyllandWebsite
DOF - VestjyllandWebsite
DOF - VestsjællandWebsite
DOF - ØstjyllandWebsite
Fuglevaernsfonden runs 20 bird reserves in Denmark. They all have outstanding nature and most of them are open to visitors...
Blaavand Bird Observatory is located in the eastern part of the North Sea, situated at the westernmost tip of Denmark. The observatory was started by the Danish Ornithological Society in 1963 and is still run by volunteers of the society. In 1963 a standard observation programme was introduced which is still setting the guidelines for observations resulting in one of the longest standardised observation series in Europe. It is the oldest and best-equipped bird observatory in Denmark...Observatory
Copenhagen Bird Ringing CentreObservatory
The Bird Ringing Data Collection of the Zoological Museum, known as the Copenhagen Bird Ringing Centre, comprises data from Denmark as well as the Faroe Islands and Greenland. The Collection consists of ringing data for altogether c. 2.5 million birds as well as information on c. 150,000 recoveries. The annual number of ringed birds varies between 100,000 and 120,000. While the ringing data are still manu- ally recorded, the main part of the recoveries are stored in a computer database. Government Site.
Gedser Bird ObservatoryObservatory
Gilbjerg Bird ObservatoryObservatory
Bird observatory in the northernmost part of Northern Zealand...
Skagen Bird ObservatoryObservatory
Migratory routes over Denmark are generally spread over a wide front, but in certain cases migration is concentrated, due to special geographical conditions. This is the case at Skagen (also known as the Skaw) as Jutland has the form of a giant funnel with Skagen at the end. Bird news daily.
2004 [August] - Hans SchickReport
2008 [March] - Dirk RaesReport
2011 [May-June] - David Hoddinott - Sweden & DenmarkReport
Excellent birds, good transport and roads, interesting culture and history, friendly people, comfortable accommodations, great food, beautiful scenery and wilderness and a wonderful group of participants, all combined to make this, our maiden Scandinavia adventure, a resounding success!
Through their website BirdLife Denmark has links to a some nice places to stay...
A Visitor’s Guide to Copenhagen Birds
This guide is aimed at visiting birders who have some time to spend birding in the Copenhagen area...
Birding in DenmarkArticle
Denmark with its 483 islands and a total shoreline of 4,625 miles has the great advantage that most of it is easily accessible. Though predominantly an agricultural country with at least 3/4 under cultivation, you will still find varied landscapes and habitats. However it is the migration localities and wintering areas for large numbers of waders and wildfowl that will be of most interest for the visiting birder...
Birds of DenmarkWebsite
A Scandinavian bird site... mostly galleries of some terrific photos.
Observations from Denmark in English (and Danish, German, French, Norwegian, Swedish, Finnish and Icelandic). Species, Date, Site, County and the name of the Observer are shown...
Danish Bird ListWebsite
The database containing records of all Danish rarities will continually be updated...
Fugle i FeltenWebsite
Lots of info here - all in Danish
This is probably is one of the best overall danish sites. It has internet updates on Beaman and Madges birds of europe, which also would be of interest to Norwegians and Swedes - It says of itself: Birding in Denmark with a complete list of the birds of Denmark including records of all rarities, photos and news about the latest rarities, Danish birders ranking and observations from Zealand...
Danish site with lots of (mostly Scandinavian) bird links.
Birds on Fyn...
Stig Linander's Home PageWebsite
Many net birders have put descriptions of birding spots on the net as an aid to other birders asking the everlasting question: Where to go birding? On this page you will find links to descriptions of Danish birding spots. You will also find descriptions of a few spots outside Denmark. These spots have given me unique birding experiences...
vejlerWEB - VAbasen onlineWebsite
A page containing news on vejlerne, our maybe best locality and other obs. from the county of Viborg
Gallery - NordfuglGallery
More bird pictures...
Gallery – NetfuglGallery
More than 37.000 birdimages from all over the world...
Photographer - Kim BiledgaardGallery
Here you will find a collection of some of my photos, both from the Danish nature and from other parts of the world Added Oct 4th: Little Stint and Blue-bellied Roller.
Photographer - Klaus Mortensen - Qpix NaturfotoGallery
Photographer - Tobias HjorthWebsite
Tobias Hjorth's hobby and general interest for photographing birds and other wildlife evolved immediately after he purchased his first telephoto lens. Great reviews too. Today Tobias lives in the Denmark enjoying his passion and the great outdoors...
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