August 24th, 2015

[Video] Final summary: ’Tuit-tuit’

Five years after the first steps of the Life+ Cap DOM programme for the conservation of the…
August 21st, 2015

[Video] LIFE + CAP DOM balance sheet for the Reunion National Park

After five years of the program, Marc Salamolard , Wildlife Project Manager for the LIFE + CAP…
August 18th, 2015

[Video] The Regional Park of Martinique in the LIFE + CAP DOM

Present at the final seminar, Thomas Alexandrine agent Regional Park of Martinique returns to…

The bird surveys have been completed!

<media330|embed|right|legende|largeur=210>Between October 2011 and January 2012, on three different occasions, four ornithologists of GEPOG visited each of the 90 sampling points in the French Guianan coastal savannahs. Arriving at 6 a.m., survey work begins on the ground between 6:30–9:00 am, covering as many points as possible. Over a period of 20 minutes, GPS in hand to record the exact location, all the birds seen or heard are noted. For each species, the following information is recorded: the time at the first contact, the date, the weather, and the time of the start of the inventory.

GEPOG made over 4500 observations of more than 180 species. These data will now be analyzed together with the information collected on soils and vegetation as well as indices of human impact in order to identify any potential correlations.

Anna Stier
Project leader

Keywords : French Guiana, French Guiana savannas, Bearded tachuri