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Welcome to www.migraction.net
Thanks to its unique geography, variety of habitats and a wide climate range, France is at the crossroads of bird migration. We have a great responsibility to protect migratory birds and to protect biodiversity. In response to this challenge, several associations have joined forces in “Mission Migration”. This network, open to all, aims to broaden and diffuse our knowledge, to share our passion, and last but not least to remind that each and every one of us has a role to play in saving migratory birds and biodiversity for future generations.
Migration hot spots in France: click on the dots on the map for more details
Spring survey
Autumn survey
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160 104 973 birds counted in 315 603 h.
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Paris
Friday, October 31st, 2014

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Moonrise at 14h09 and moonset at 0h13
 Sun : sunrise at 07h36 and sunset at 17h31
 Day : dawn at 07h03 and dusk at 18h04
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31 oct
Le Corbeau [...]
 
31 oct
Là Haut [...]
 
30 oct
Col du Markstein - Trehkopf [...]
 
30 oct
Col d'Organbidexka [...]
 
30 oct
Défilé de l'Ecluse [...]
 
30 oct
Puig de l'Àliga-Tres Partions [...]
 
30 oct
Crêt des Roches [...]
 
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La Cerdagne - Eyne [...]
 
30 oct
Col de Baracuchet [...]
 
30 oct
Falaise Bloucard [...]
 
30 oct
Falaises de Carolles [...]
 
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Brassoir [...]
 
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Flavignac [...]
 
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Colline de Sion [...]
 
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Butte de Montsec [...]
 
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Pointe du Hoc [...]
 
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Les Conches [...]
 
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Port d'Antifer [...]
 
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Pointe de l'Aiguillon [...]
 
30 oct
Valignon [...]
 
29 oct
Turó Blau [...]
 
29 oct
Mont Mourex [...]
 
28 oct
SITE TEST [...]
 
28 oct
Bois de Cise [...]
 
28 oct
Vignobles de Bellet [...]
 
26 oct
Banc de l'Ilette [...]
 
26 oct
Cap de la Hève [...]
 
26 oct
Les Sommêtres [...]
 
26 oct
Prat-de-Bouc [...]
 
26 oct
Col du Plafond [...]
 
26 oct
Col du Fau [...]
 
26 oct
Col de la croix d'Auterre [...]
 
25 oct
Sémaphore de Brignogan [...]
 
25 oct
Charmes-sur-Moselle [...]
 
25 oct
Gruissan-Narbonne [...]
 
24 oct
La Palle [...]
 
24 oct
Subigerberg [...]
 
22 oct
La Turbie – La Batterie [...]
 
22 oct
Puech Debon [...]
 
21 oct
MIGRANS - Costa Fagaglia [...]
 
20 oct
Détroit du Pas-de-Calais [...]
 
18 oct
Col de la Bataille [...]
The latest news
The Migration Study Group
Wednesday, December 12th, 2012
Heavy snowfall prompted unprecedented Buzzard migration No less than 10,717 Common Buzzards were counted at défilé de l’Ecluse, Haute-Savoie, France on 11 [...]
The Migration Study Group
Thursday, November 8th, 2012
Amur Falcons slaughtered in Northeast India In the Northeast Indian state of Nagaland, tens of thousands of Amur falcons are being trapped and slaughtered EVERYDAY during [...]
The Migration Study Group
Friday, June 8th, 2012
Threat to the Amazon’s birds greater than ever, Red List update reveals The risk of extinction has increased substantially for nearly 100 species of Amazonian birds, reveals [...]
Etang de Canet-Saint-Nazaire
Thursday, April 26th, 2012
Massive migration of Golden Orioles No less than 183 Golden Orioles were counted at Canet-Saint-Nazaire, Pyrénées orientales, France on 24 April. This is the best [...]
The Migration Study Group
Friday, March 30th, 2012
Batumi raptor count Dear Birders, Who's interested in spending the autumn for at least 2 weeks at the Caucasus in Georgia witnessing the incredible bottleneck migration [...]
The Migration Study Group
Monday, February 27th, 2012
Dear all, The Batumi Raptor Count (BRC) seeks a motivated and passionate intern to work with us on developing our conservation and monitoring programmes in the Republic of Georgia. [...]
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