a. Which migratory bird species are most vulnerable to bird collisions?
b. Are there any geographical patterns in the occurrences of bird collisions in Singapore?
c. Are there any temporal patterns in the occurrences of bird collisions in Singapore?
d. Which aspect(s) of the urban landscape is most likely to increase the likelihood of collisions?
e. What interventions can be done to mitigate or reduce mortality of migratory birds involved in these collisions?
The findings from this project will provide important insights not only of migratory bird ecology in Singapore, but help us better understand threats, and inform any proposed conservation actions. We strongly encourage all members of the public to take part in this survey.
Respondents are encouraged to take photos of the affected bird(s) and send them to firstname.lastname@example.org for identification if they are unsure of the bird's identity or if the species is not listed in the drop-down menu.
This study is supported by the Nature Society (Singapore)'s Bird Group, in collaboration with the South-east Asian Biodiversity Society.