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Comparison of the duration of migration : This graph compares the duration of migration in number of days between different key percentages of migration. It is possible to compare several sites on the same graph.
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Comparison of migration dates : This graph matches key percentages of migration with calendar days. It is possible to compare several sites in the same graph.
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Interannual trend : This interannual graph represents the evolution between annual totals.
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Phenological trend : This graph represents the evolution of the percentage of migration. Key percentages are indicated by vertical red bars.
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Daily evolution : This interannual graph represents the trend of dates and key percentages of migration.
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Totals by hour : This graph represents the distribution of the total number of birds by hour. When a specific year is chosen, the average of all the years of the migration watch is shown in grey.
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Seasonal phenology : This graph represents the distribution of the daily passage total (the decadary total is symbolized by red bars). If a specific year is selected, the average of all years is shown in grey.
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Relative migration : This graph represents the distribution in daily percentage of migration (percentage by decade being symbolized by red bars). If a specific year is chosen, the average of all years is shown in grey.
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Seasonal phenology (decade) : This graph represents the migration total by decade. If a specific year is selected, the average of all years of the migration survey is shown in grey.
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Hourly mean per decade : This graph shows the mean number of migrants per hour over ten-day periods. When a specific year is selected, the mean number of migrants calculated over all years of record is depicted in grey.
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Seasonal phenology (5-day period) : This graph shows the numbers of migratory individuals over 5-day periods. If a specific year is selected, the average of all years is shown in grey.
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Hourly mean per 5-day period : This graph shows the mean number of individuals per hour over 5-day periods. When a specific year is selected, the mean number of migrants calculated over all years of record is shown in grey.
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Summary table : This graph represents the seasonal totals as well as the latest totals of the migration watch. The upper table represents the most significant species for the watchpoint.
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Migration synthesis : This graph is representing migration periods for each species at the site in a given year
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Observation effort : This table shows the observer pressure at the watchpoint for all years or day by day for a selected year.
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Distribution Map : This map shows the relative importance of the watchpoints for a selected species. The dots represent the number of individuals per season.

Period : from Monday, July 15th, 2019 until Monday, August 19th, 2019

Number of days of migration watch : 14
Number of hours of migration watch : 100h20

Number of birds : 42784
Monday  2019 08h20-13h00 08h20-13h00 - Duration : 04h40 
Waning Gibbous (18 days) : Moonrise at 22h54 and moonset at 10h29
Sun : sunrise at 06h58 and sunset at 20h44
Day : dawn at 06h27 and dusk at 21h14
Comments :
08h20-13h00 : Observateurs: Florian Escot, Camille Schellenberger, Lucie Depinoy et Mélaine Besson Trame tombée en fin de matinée, bouché au Nord
 The most significant species
Total
 Show the data Show phenology Common species White Stork (Ciconia ciconia)
1135
 Show the data Show phenology Common species Common Swift (Apus apus)
39742
 Show the data Show phenology Common species European Bee-eater (Merops apiaster)
170
 Show the data Show phenology Common species Sand Martin (Riparia riparia)
153
 Show the data Show phenology Common species Barn Swallow (Hirundo rustica)
89
 Show the data Show phenology Common species Western Yellow Wagtail (Motacilla flava)
5
  Daily total
27
migrants + 318 staging
23
migrants
17
migrants
4
migrants
31
migrants
4
migrants
 Other species
Total
 Show the data Common species Bonelli's Eagle (Aquila fasciata)
-
 Show the data Common species Eurasian Hoopoe (Upupa epops)
1
  Daily total
+ 2 local
1
migrant
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