European Alliance of Rescue Centres and Sanctuaries (EARS) is a network that supports and represents rescue centres and sanctuaries across Europe, enabling them to work together to achieve mutual animal welfare and conservation goals. When you register on this website you can search for rescue stations for all kind of animals.
EURING is the coordinating organisation for European bird ringing schemes. It aims to promote and encourage scientific and administrative co-operation between national ringing schemes, the evelopment and maintenance of high standards in bird ringing, scientific studies of birds, in particular those based on marked individuals and the use of data from bird ringing for the management and conservation of birds.These objectives are achieved mainly through co-operative projects, the organisation of meetings and the collection of data in the EURING Data Bank.
- https://www.euronatur.org/en/what-we- do/endangered-species/crane/protecting- cranes-in-europe/
This link gives information about threats and flyways of the European Crane (Grus grus). Being ground breeders cranes are exposed to many dangers. To protect their young from natural enemies they build their nests in shallow waters such as swamp forests or silted up lakes and ponds. In the last decades however many wetlands have fallen victim to the rising demand for land used in intensive farming and house building. It is not only in the breeding areas that this loss makes itself felt. In particular along the Adriatic Flyway there are now too few undisturbed resting places where the cranes can pick up energy for the exhausting onward flight. In the last 60 years 80 percent of the resting places on the Adriatic coast have been severely degraded or destroyed.
This website gives useful information about raptor species that appear in EU.