|Global Register of Migratory Species
Summarising Knowledge about Migratory Species for Conservation
|Search the GROMS database for migratory species|
|(type in any part of scientific or common name in English, French, Spanish or German)|
|This website offers the possibility to search the GROMS database for migratory species using a lot of different criteria (search by groups, distribution areas, actual species, etc.).|
|Home||News||Species Database||Literature Database||Animations|
|Clicking on "News" will bring the latest news concerning the GROMS project to You as well as reports on other recent events being of importance to the project — as for example the last call for applications for the UNEP/CMS Thesis Award!||
To many of the species in our database You'll find corresponding
that will offer You concise information about the species in question. Quite a number of these fact sheets are actually available in English, German and Norwegian as well! (Don't say we didn't care for minor nations!)
In order to say it with the words of Status Quo: "Whatever You want..."
You may find it here! If You're looking for some Migratory Species , do use our database — it might just prove to be that very source of information You were looking for!
Literature Search in our database will offer You a range of 5 884 titles on migratory species, so this should about cover most of what You might look for...
Still, you might want to add your citations — no problem! You're heartily welcome to add to our knowledge about migratory species — whenever You think something's missing or something's wrong, give us a hint (se "contact") or add Your citations directly to our database!
You might find it interesting, too, to see where birds fly during winter or
watch the way herds of antelopes move seasonally — so why don't You simply have a look at our animated maps?
The menue "Animations" will lead You to an assortment of different maps with animated flyways (e.g. "Flyway animation: Ciconia ciconia") and animated maps of travels by f.e. Alexander Humboldt.
|The GROMS website also offers a lot of background information concerning the very project, partly in other languages than English, too. If You click on either of the language buttons beneath You'll come to a page with a navigation bar like the one below to the left.|