Partners of eBMS

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European Butterfly Monitoring Scheme

 

The European Butterfly Monitoring Scheme (eBMS) is a collation of national Butterfly Monitoring Schemes datasets on behalf of Butterfly Conservation Europe.

eBMS is managed by the Natural Environment Research Council (acting through Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH)) in order to facilitate research using the dataset and to promote conservation of butterflies.

 

 

Partners

eBMS includes several partners that provides their data every year from the different National Butterfly Monitoring Schemes throughout Europe. Currently there are 16 partners in 14 different countries with their respective BMS. Click on the countries to see their National BMS websites and discover more about their butterfly monitoring, how to join and contact them.

 

Current national partners in the eBMS are:partners

Belgium (Flanders)

Finland

France

Germany

Hungary

Ireland

Italy

Luxembourg

Portugal

Slovenia

Spain (Catalonia)

Spain (Zerynthia)

Spain (excl. Catalonia, Zerynthia)

Sweden

The Netherlands

UK

 

If you want to set up a new transect in one of these countries, please follow the links in each country and try to contact the main coordinator. Some countries have their own online system to manage national Butterfly Monitoring Schemes. 

 

Become a new partner:

We will be delightful for more new partners in areas where is lacking a Butterfly Monitoring Scheme.  If you would like to became a new partner of eBMS and you are willing to collaborate and join eBMS, please contact ebms@ceh.ac.uk.

 

Collaboratorsstatus

Apart from the eBMS partners, there are more countries and regions monitoring butterflies in Europe. Countries that are not partners of eBMS, without scheme or just outside of the European Union with different monitoring programs. These collaborators provide data to eBMS in order to contribute for the Butterfly Indicators or other type of results.

 

Armenia

Austria

Belgium (Wallonie)

Estonia

Jersey 

Latvia

Norway

Romania

Switzerland

Ukraine 

Russia