Submit Cuckoo Records Online

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Mark the return of Spring by listening out for the cuckoo! 

Help in recording what is for many the distinctive sound of Spring – the call of the cuckoo. If you see or hear a cuckoo please submit your record online.

The Centre for Environmental Data and Recording (CEDaR) is asking for people to report when they see or hear a Cuckoo using the newly launched online recording facility.

The Cuckoo is a rapidly declining species Red Listed as a bird of conservation concern in the Ireland and the UK. They arrive from Africa in April and May and sing throughout the Spring. They are much more likely to heard than seen. Their calls are distinctive but can be mistaken for Collared Dove and Woodpigeon.

More information on the Cuckoo can be found on the Priority Species of Northern Ireland website.

If you see or hear a Cuckoo then please visit www.habitas.org.uk/records/submit-cuckoo-record and submit your record.

 

CEDaR Online Recording – www.habitas.org.uk/records

CEDaR – www.nmni.com/cedar

Habitas – www.habitas.org.uk


Damian McFerran
Record Centre Manager, CEDaR

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