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Revtangen BO October 2nd

The third Common Rosefinch of the autumn

A clear night with the sky alive with calls of migrating redwings and song thrushes. Dawn produced a decent arrival of Blackcaps, Winter Wrens and European Robins. As soon as the sun was up the nets went down - once again we were overrun by the Blue Plague, in the form af biting, gnawing, scratching and screaming Blue Tits. Bramblings were on the move in numbers for the first time this autumn, but we were to busy extracting birds to count them. 

Nets open 07-18, although 2/3 of them were closed much of the day. Netmeter hours approx. 2000. Playback on Blackcap through the night and Brambling during the day.

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The third Common Rosefinch (1 cy) of the autumn was trapped today. Rosenfink 1K.

Ringed: Sparrowhawk 1, Winter Wren 11, European Robin 9, Common Blackbird 2, Song Thrush 3, Redwing 3, Blackcap 34, Chiffchaff 1, Goldcrest 18, Great Tit 14, Blue Tit 155, Chaffinch 2, Brambling 156, Greenfinch 15, Common Linnet 2, COMMON ROSEFINCH 1, Yellowhammer 1. Total = 428. Also 10 controls, including 4 Blue Tits not from Revtangen BO. 

Ringmerket: Spurvehauk 1, gjerdesmett 11, rødstrupe 9, svarttrost 2, måltrost 3, rødvingetrost 3, munk 34, gransanger 1, fuglekonge 18, kjøttmeis 14, blåmeis 155, bokfink 2, bjørkefink 156, grønnfink 15, tornirisk 2, ROSENFINK 1, gulspuv 1. Total = 428. Også 10 kontroller, inkl. 4 blåmeis fra andre lokaliteter. 

Haavard Husebö, Paul Terje Haarr and Alf Tore Mjös. 6 visitors (4 adults, 2 children).