ENRAM, the European Network for the Radar Surveillance of Animal Movement is a research network set out to foster a greater level of collaboration between different radar-biology research groups and the European weather radar community. By sharing of expertise, data and technological infrastructure within and between the different radar research communities the network hopes to improve the capability to monitor and predict the timing, scale and frequency of mass aerial movements of flying organisms (e.g. birds and insects) at the continental-scale. Core members of the network, from seven countries in Europe, first met at UvA in 2010, since then ENRAM meetings were held at Rothamsted (UK) at the Institute of Avian Research in Wilhelmshaven, Germany. CGE is actively involved in ENRAM and is one of the research groups that helped initiate the network.