A systematic bird ringing in Lithuania was started in 1929. Near 4.6 million birds were ringed during 93 years (1929-2021). About 14% of them were nestlings or unable to fly chicks (pullus).

Top 10 species of individuals ringed birds are as follows (in a systematic order): Black-headed Gull, Barn Swallow, European Robin, Goldcrest, Long-tailed Tit, Coal Tit, Eurasian Blue Tit, Great Tit, Common Starling, Eurasian Siskin.

The annual number of birds ringed in Lithuania since 1929 (separately of nestlings or unable to fly chicks (pullus) and full grown birds as well as a number of species of birds of these two groups) is shown below.

The annual numbers of birds ringed in Lithuania since 1929.

Below you find annual reports for ringed birds for respectively years since 2007.

Annual report 2007
Annual report 2008
Annual report 2009
Annual report 2010
Annual report 2011
Annual report 2012
Annual report 2013
Annual report 2014
Annual report 2015
Annual report 2016
Annual report 2017
Annual report 2018
Annual report 2019

Annual report 2020

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