The Swedish Bird Ringing Centre administers all scientific ringing of wild birds in Sweden. Since bird ringing began in Sweden in 1911 more than twelve million individual birds have been ringed of which more than 158 000 have been recovered.
This latest update from the Swedish Bird Ringing Centre adds more than 2 million new records of ringed birds to BioAtlas. Furthermore, if you are interested in browsing bird ring recoveries you can do this here.
Bird ringing, as a scientific method, is very important for our knowledge about reproduction, migration and survival rates in many bird species and every recovery report is valuable. If you find a ring marked RIKSMUSEUM STOCKHOLM, please report the recovery here
Read more about the Swedish Bird Ringing Centre and explore their records in the BioAtlas Collectory.