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2. okt. 2022 kl. 20:18
Day 3 can only be described as bad. It had clouded over during the night but the cloud was high up and there was no rain. No new birds seemed to have arrived and others had definitely moved on so. A skulky Dunnock was the only excitement I had and I spent much of my time reading the messages that kept coming in of amazing birds on Utsira (where quite a few Oslo birders, if not The Oslo Birder 😉, are at the moment) Grey-cheeked Thrush and Red-eyed Vireo from the west and a Raddes Warbler from the east were birds I would have liked to see on Røst…. I used the thermal imager a bit and found a single Jack Snipe and 2 rats… I have about an hour of birding tomorrow before catching the ferry back to Bodø. A lot can happen in an hour…(or not). Today’s eBird checklist can be seen here. Brown Rat with a well patterned face Spot the Jack Snipe (kvartbekkasin) I got some better pictures of the Taiga Bean Goose A flock of Pink-footed Geese (kortnebbgås) dropped in Jacky Northern lights last night Another rat Chiffchaff (gransanger) was the only warbler today This male Redpoll has a small bill but must be a Common (gråsisik) It is not often I take pictures of Raven but they are very bold here Plastic The Pintail x Mallrd hybrid showed a bit better today with a single Pintail Orangey legs Green speculum


2. okt. 2022 kl. 19:48
Af Hans Rytter Sidste halvdel af september 2022 blev fuglemæssigt bedre ved nettene på Keldsnor Fuglestation, end som første halvdel af måneden. Fangsterne på...


Hvid stork i Sønderjylland 2022 Nu hvor alle storkene er ude af landet, er det tid til at gøre status over årets gang for hvid stork i Sønderjylland. For få...


DOF Fyns bestyrelse holdt møde den 20. september kl. 16.00 i foreningens lokale på Rasmus Rask-skolen i Bellinge. Havrevimpe. Foto: poul V. Rasmussen Der var meget...


Interactive digital platform visualizes the incredible journeys of migratory birds, how they connect us across the hemisphere, and the widespread challenges they face throughout their full annual cycle. Today, as millions of birds are flocking to their wintering grounds, the National Audubon Society and nine partner organizations announced the Bird Migration Explorer (www.birdmigrationexplorer.org), a state-of-the-art […]


Hello everyone! What a day full of emotions today, for all of us! This morning me and Prescillia went ringing at Kabeltromlen; we ringed 67 birds (without counting recaptures). It was quite a good...


Amen for filan da. Endnu engang er det en kæmpe fornøjelse at sætte denne dag på skrift. Hvad skal man sige? Blåvand bliver bare ved og ved.Det har været så sindsygt idag at vi hopper over den traditionelle...


Dagen i dag startede stille og roligt ud. Stationen vågnede endeligt op til godt vejr, selvom det var lidt blæsende. Desværre var fuglene ikke fulgt med tørvejret og desværre var de fleste af nettene...


1. okt. 2022 kl. 19:57
Cloudless blue skies and a fresh easterly wind meant as expected a bit of a clear out with no new arrivals except perhaps for a small increase in Redwings. My undoubted highlight was getting even better views of an adult Gyr Falcon than yesterday. It appeared to be a different, larger bird and it is unusual to see adults out on the coast. Normally young birds move to the coast whilst the adults remain close to their breeding territories. As a sign of how quiet things were the other highlights were a hybrid duck and a plastic duck. A female Pintail x Mallard hybrid was a first for me but seemed to be a quite obvious hybrid between these two species even though female hybrids are much more difficult to identify than males. The plastic duck was a male Mandarin. I could try to argue that it was shy and if a Two-barred Greenish can turn up here then surely a wild duck from China can but it has been around for ages…☺️ Today’s eBird checklist can be seen here. Tomorrow is forecast to be cloudy with possibly some drizzle which should mean new, and hopefully exciting, arrivals. Adult Gyr Falcon (jaktfalk) And the smallest falcon - a Merlin (dvergfalk) chasing a Hooded Crow Young Peregrine (vandrefalk) chasing a Ruff (brushane) Female Pintail x Mallrd hybrid (stjertand x stokkand) with a female Pintail The hybrid at the bottom with an upperwing looking very like a Pintail The head pattern, leg colour, tertials and tail resemble Mallard but the rest is more Pintail A poor photo but the green of the speculum can be seen Male Mandarin coming out of eclipse plumage Golden Plovers (heilo) here are tame and also garden birds The Taiga Bean Goose Twite (bergirisk) Snow Bunting (snøspurv) Arctic Redpoll (polarsisik)


“Today we celebrate the adoption of the largest climate bill ever passed in U.S. history, and a major step forward to a cleaner future for both people and wildlife,” said Dr. Elizabeth Gray, CEO of the National Audubon Society. “Across every kind of habitat, birds are telling us that climate change is threatening the places […]


Hi everybody, Today is the first day of the 30th Eurobirdwatch, an annual event held on the first weekend of October and set to provide a snapshot of Europe's birdlife at a time when most of the birds...


Hej igen folkens Det er efterhånden ved at være noget tid siden at jeg har været ved tasterne, men i dag skulle det være. Og I kan skam godt glæde jer, for det har fandme været en stabil omgang! Med...


EuroBirdwatch 2022: Dagens store overraskelse i trækket ved Gedser Odde var, at vi i løbet af tre timer fik besøg af over 60 mennesker til fuglestationens EuroBirdwatch-arrangement. På vejrradaren...


30. sep. 2022 kl. 20:28
My second day on Røst, although the first in daylight was a great success even if there was no major rarity (Norway’s second Two-barred Greenish Warbler which was found earlier in the week has unfortunately moved on now). This is actually my third visit to Røst after a summer visit in 2000 when I saw Snowy Owl and a visit in late September 2003 when I stayed for a couple of days without seeing too much (although my name is the NSKF rarities report for being a co-finder of an American Golden Plover which I remember very little about). We were 8 birders on Røst today and the nature of the island makes it much easier to cover on foot than Værøy and with far less vegetation then we should discover a far higher percentage of the birds present than on Værøy. Røst has far more wetlands than Værøy so there are many more waders and ducks but there are fewer passerines especially thrushes and finches. I have walked 28,473 steps today and am rather knackered so I will keep this brief now😊. The two highlights for me were an adult Gyr Falcon close enough for photos (all my previous sightings of Gyr have been long distance) and hearing, and of course seeing, Yellow-browed Warbler which is a very necessary part of every autumn. Other goof birds were Olive-backed Pipit, Tree Pipit (which is rarer here than OBP), Taiga Bean Goose, Arctic Redpoll and my first Black-tailed Godwit in Norland. The full eBird checklist can be seen here. Looking north with Værøy to the right and the rest of the Lofoten islands Sunrise on Røst Looking south Yellow-browed Warbler (gulbrynsanger) Adult Gyr Falcon (jaktfalk) Olive-backed Pipit (sibirpiplerke) And for comparison a Tree Pipit (trepiplerke) Black-tailed Godwit (svarthalespove) Arctic Redpoll (polarsisik) Golden Plover (heilo) Long-tailed Duck (havelle) Taiga Bean Goose - a large billed bird that may come from a long way east in Russia


30. sep. 2022 kl. 11:21
Af Lilly Sørensen En foreløbig opgørelse viser 37 udfløjne havørneunger i 2022 – det er 6 mere end sidste år. Der er 30 par, som har ynglet eller forsøgt...


The U.S. Geological Survey and other federal agencies have released a report showing a staggering 1.3 million acres of sagebrush habitat are being lost annually. Called “A Sagebrush Conservation Design Framework to Proactively Restore America’s Sagebrush Biome,” this new body of science uses some of the latest mapping tools to identify healthy and degraded sagebrush areas, […]


Hi everyone! As it was a long and full day and a short night, I´ll try to keep this Blog short but with many pictures. Maybe you could imagine it already as I am mentioning the short night, in the night...


Det er blevet koldt derudenfor og i morgen skriver kalenderen d.1 oktober. Det betyder at vi for allerede flere uger siden tog afsked med de altid højt elskede arter som flyver hele vejen til Afrika....


Godaften alle kære bloglæsere. Iaften er jeg simpelthen så mør efter at have være i felten hele dagen(igen). Under de fleste omstændigheder havde jeg skrevet en kort blog og gået i seng. Men dette...


29. sep. 2022 kl. 21:40
Although I arrived after dark I have still had some good birding today. The 3 and a half hour ferry trip on flat seas gave me an adult White-billed Diver, 5 Storm Petrels and a Sooty Shearwater! Then once I arrived at my base (John Stenersen’s «cabin») I was straight out to look for Jack Snipe! My thermal camera worked wonders in the dark and 5 were found! We also found Common Snipe, Golden Plover and Dunlin. 4 Olive-backed Pipits were found today so my hoped for tommorrow are very high! Some pictures White-billed Diver (gulnebblom) taken from inside the ferry Then the picture quality fell - this is a Sooty Shearwater (grålire) Jack Snipe at night Værøy… Storm Petrel (havsvale…) Røst Jack Snipe photographering


Engaging and delightful 20-minute documentary highlights an old tree stump that attracts falcons, owls, hawks, and other raptors in winter. Read More "‘Magic Stump’ documentary highlights Illinois raptor hotspot"


Allike (Coloeus monedula) Er en fugl som er vidt udbredt i vores landsdel. Den yngler i byerne, i skovene og i det åbne land. Eneste større område uden ynglende...


Audubon will work to ensure that the final rule advances the conservation of Bald and Golden Eagles


Af Jane Ditzel Ringmærkningstur til Keldsnor med Michael Angel Bjerregaard den 25. september 2022.Forrige søndags kraftige blæst, som medførte at turen måtte...


29. sep. 2022 kl. 11:11
I couldn’t resist trying out the thermal imager again yesterday and found no fewer than 6 different Jack Snipe and didn’t flush a single one! I am sitting on the bus to the way to the airport and my trip to Røst so my thoughts turn to different birds. I will not get there until dark this evening so will not be seeing any sibes until tomorrow but will have the ferry journey from Bodø which may give me some seabirds. here it is almost possible to identify the bird just from its thermal image 3 birds close to each other close up of back feathers can you find the Jack Snipe?


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