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Sinkiangløvsanger - historien i tekst og billeder

Artiklen er tilføjet af MBH onsdag 1. juni 2016 kl. 14.28. Læst 7000 gange
Herunder følger Sebastians Kleins beretning om fundet af Sinkiangløvsangeren.

Sidst sluttes af med nogle billeder fra gårsdagen twitch af fuglen.

A tale of the Sulphur-bellied Warbler on the island of Christiansø
Christiansø in the Baltic Sea is one of the best Danish sites for rare birds. Egyptian Nightjar, Rufous-tailed Robin, Swainson’s Thrush, Siberian Rubythroat and Siberian Accentor have all been recorded here within the last 35 years. But on the 30th may 2016 an even rarer bird appeared on the island!
I arrived on Christiansø by boat at 11 AM for my annual "I-need-to-find-rare-birds-or-I-will-surely-die-vacation".

It was quite a hot day with a steamy mist around the island. Already after a few hours I managed to locate a singing Blyth’s Reed Warbler at the southend close to “Slottet”. It was quite a good find and I immediately called Peter Lyngs who was also on the island, to tell him about the bird. Shortly thereafter, I noticed a small bird calling with a peculiar “djep” – somewhat similar to a single call of a distant Bearded Tit or the soft call of a Radde’s Warbler. I turned to find a small Phylloscopus warbler perched in a small bush. The yellow supercillium and pale legs led me to believe it was just a Willow Warbler and I quickly turned my attention back on the singing Blyth’s. Peter Lyngs soon appeared but again the Phylloscopus called. This time it flew past us up in a nearby tree.

“That’s a weird call for a Willow Warbler” I said. “A Willow Warbler surely can’t call like that!”, Peter replied. We now noticed that the yellow supercillium seemed profoundly longer than on Willow Warbler and was especially bright in front of the eye. The bird kept calling and left us utterly confused. Both of us are familiar with pretty much all of the Western Palearctic species of Phylloscopus – but this bird didn't match any of them!

After a couple of minutes, the bird started singing. The song sounded a bit like that of Lesser Whitethroat or perhaps Linnet, which only added to our confusion!

Lars Christansen, Anders Myrtue and Hans Ole Mathiessen joined us, but found themselves equally ignorant of the birds ID.

Arctic Warbler and Radde’s warbler were discussed but could both easily be ruled out. And it didn't take us long to realize that the bird might actually be something very, very rare. To confident in our own birding skills or perhaps because of lack of ambition, we had neglected to bring literature on the rarer Asian Phylloscs to Christiansø. Instead we tried to get some photos of the bird and record the call and song. I got some decent shots of the birds head and started texting the photos to other birders. Most of them had no idea what the bird was, but were all eager to help distributing the photos to other birders. Meanwhile I desperately started checking Xeno Canto for pretty much every rare Asian warbler-species I could possibly think of. Tickells, Yellowstreaked, Tytlers, Pale-legged leaf were all checked but obviously wrong - and I struggled to remember the English names for all the different Phyllosc-species, when decent help finally arrived!

My old friend Henrik Haaning Nielsen had seen my photos and suggested the bird could be a Sulphur-bellied Warbler. I remembered having seen that species in India and that it actually had had a supercillium like our bird. A quick check of the call and song on xeno canto proved to be a perfect match!

It was indeed a Sulphur-bellied Warbler and although I kept thinking “It can’t be – it’s to bloddy impossible!” – there were no doubt about it. Luckily the bird was quite confiding and kept singing frequently the rest of the day. We even got some good photos and decent song-recordings.

The bird was again present on the 31st may and seen by 25 visiting twitchers. Tomorrow we expect even more to come and visit this Western Palearctic first. And if anyone should feel the urge to see this exclusive LBJ, you’re all very welcome.

Kind regards Sebastian Klein



Sådan ser ballademageren ud. Foto taget af Christian Leth.



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Se Sebastian og Vicky i aftenshowet onsdag den 1. juni

Husk også at se Vicky Knudsen liveopdateringer fra turen i Facebookgruppen "Jeg kigger på fugle".



Gudhjem Havn. Forventningsfulde birdere venter på færgen



Gudhjem Havn. Søren Gjaldbæk er ved at notere Michael Mosebo Jensens guldkorn ned. Til højre Christian Leth



Gudhjem Havn – Mon de dipper noget i cyberspace? Martin Paulsen, Kristian Birchvald Jensen, Bjørn Frikke og Jørgen Munch (højre)



Gudhjem Havn – De ved, at fuglen er på øen, så humøret er højt
Sigrid Kistrup Ilsøe, Tim Hesselballe Hansen, Martin Paulsen, Kristian Birchvald Jensen, Bjørn Frikke, Jørgen Munch, Rolf Christensen og Christian Leth med kikkerten



Gudhjem Havn – Ventetiden fordrives med TV interview. Rolf Christensen læser højt af fuglebogen og bag ham ses Tim Hesselballe Hansen



Ombord – Jørgen Munch (højre) benytter lejligheden til at fortælle Henrik Læssøe, at han er kommet i eksklusivt selskab på bænken.
Til venstre Rolf Christensen og bag ved trioen ses bl.a. Michael Mosebo Jensen rette på tøjet. Bag Henrik Læssøe ses Vicky Knudsen til venstre og Sigrid Kistrup Ilsøe til Højre. Bag hende Tim Hesselballe Hansen



Så er vi på vej. Poul Ulrik, Troels Leuenhagen Petersen, Andreas Egelund Christensen og Sigrid Kistrup Ilsøe tager del i en våd overfart



Der ventes. Vil fuglen dukke op? I baggrunden forberedes et interview



Den stolte finder interviewes til TV. Har han hængerrøv?



Fuglen er opdaget og der spejdes intenst



En rapporter på knæ for Munken. Hvad mon spørgsmålet var?



På vej hjem med et eksklusivt kryds i borgen – Henrik Læssøe, Andreas Bruun Kristensen, Sune Riis Sørensen, Ib Jensen, Susanne Knudsen, Troels Leuenhagen Petersen og Andreas Egelund Christensen (højre).
Siddende Michael Køie Poulsen og Vicky Knudsen



Jesper Kleins søn nævnes sporadisk, når Bornholms Tidende fortæller om sensationen



© Morten Bentzon Hansen



© Morten Bentzon Hansen



© Morten Bentzon Hansen



© Christian Leth



© Ib Jensen



© Sune Riis Sørensen



© Erik Groth-Andersen



© Erik Groth-Andersen



© Christian Leth



© Christian Leth

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