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Billede information:
Fugleart (IOC): Bådhalet Grackel (Quiscalus major) Boat-tailed Grackle - species factsheet
Stemme: Stemmer findes her (eksternt link).
Lokalitet: Kieldrecht, Belgien
Dato: 8. marts 2008
Billede info: Photographer: Patrick Beirens

Commentary by Patrick:

Yesterday we had a (probably 1st winter) female Boat-tailed Grackle near Kieldrecht - Belgium

We aren''t yet sure if it is going to be considered as an escape or as a ship-assisted vagrant (would be a first for WP). Kieldrecht is close to Belgium''s biggest port (Antwerp)
Fotograf: Patrick Beirens, Belgien
Uploadet den: 10. marts 2008
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Kommentarer:

Pieter Vantieghem skriver mandag 10. marts 2008 kl. 20.29
The bird was only seen on saturday 8 march at Kieldrecht, 51°17'30.18"N; 4°12'13.22"E.
A short résumé of some discussions among Belgian birdwatchers about this bird: the chance that this bird is ship-assisted is big as it was found near one of the biggest ports of Europe (as was the catbird of december 2006, 51° 15' 52"N, +4° 16' 44"E). The vagrancy potential of this bird is very small though. Boat-tailed grackle doesn't realy migrate or only migrates over very short distances. D-category (including ship-assisted individuals) does not longer exist in Belgium, so including a species in A-category maybe should involve the vagrancy potential of a bird.
There is a possibility that the bird is still in the area, but today and yesterday where 2 stormy and very rainy days...


Pieter Vantieghem skriver torsdag 27. marts 2008 kl. 15.49
this bird has just been seen again!


Søren Brinch skriver torsdag 27. marts 2008 kl. 16.05
What a great luck it is back.

But probabely most of the american birds seen in Europe are ship-assisted. We will never find out, and wht´s the difference anyway??? Enjoy the bird.


Rasmus Strack skriver torsdag 27. marts 2008 kl. 19.20
I would like to see the boat´s Søren Brink is talking about, it would be a great sight. A boat whit American wigeon´s, Green-winged teal´s, Ring-necked duck´s, Surf scoter´s, some Frankling´s gull´s and if you are lucky you may find a reel rare bird!

Rasmus Strack


Justin Richard Lansdell skriver onsdag 23. april 2008 kl. 14.46
Hi, I understand the Grackle was seen again on Sunday 20th April. Can anyone (Pieter?) tell us whether it is being seen regularly in between 8th March, 27th March and 20th April and if so the precise directions to favoured area.

Really keen to pop over and see it so any help posted here would be very gratefully received.

Thanks
Justin




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