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A hot and sunny birding and ringing day
Dear blog reader,
Today it is my second day here and I have experienced the whole ringing in the morning for the first time. We ringed 25 birds and Jonas also tried to teach me their danish names. My higlights were the Dunnoc and the European Pyed Flychatcher.
|Gærdesmutte (Eurasian Wren)||Troglodytes troglodytes||1||0|
|Jernspurv (Dunnock)||Prunella modularis||1||0|
|Rødhals (European Robin)||Erithacus rubecula||4||0|
|Rødstjert (Common Redstart)||Phoenicurus phoenicurus||4||0|
|Havesanger (Garden Warbler)||Sylvia borin||2||0|
Løvsanger (Willow Warbler)
|Broget Fluesnapper (European Pied Flycatcher)||Ficedula hypoleuca||3||0|
|Musvit (Great Tit)||Parus major||1||0|
|I alt: 8 arter||25||0|
Ringed birds 02.09.2021
Sebastian went observing and was pleased about seeing a blackthroated loon, a black tern and a wrynek in the bog.
In the afternoon we entered data and Sebastian and Jonas went birdwatching.
Now, after pasta with vegetables made by Jonas, we are looking forward to bird observing tomorrow.
Folk på stationen: Bent Jakobsen, Sebastian Thorup Hansen, Jonas Pedersen og Hanelie Sidhu