Network

The network was initiated in 2008 by researchers from 8 countries that wanted to test a standard monitoring protocol. In 2016 the network got a new start and was expanded and currently has transects in more than 12 countries all over the stag beetles range.

This map shows the existing European stag beetle monitoring sites. Each marker represents a transect that is currently walked by a volunteer. By clicking on a marker, you get information about that transect.

Help expanding our network, and become a volunteer!

 

This network was set up by the Research Institute for Nature and Forest together with partners from 12 other countries. Parts of this project were realised with financial support from the People’s Trust for Endangered Species.

These are our partners that promote this network in their country:

Belgium:

France:

Germany:

Italy:

the Netherlands:

Poland:

  • Marcin Kadej (Marcin.Kadej@gmail.com) and Adrian Smolis (Adrian.Smolis@uni.wroc.pl), University of Wrocław, Department of Invertebrate Biology, Evolution and Conservation

Portugal:

Russia:

Slovenia:

Spain:

Switzerland:

  • Sylvie Barbalat (Barbalat.Richard@bluewin.ch)

Ukraine:

United Kingdom: