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Revtangen BO September 7th

The first Rock Pipit we've trapped in a long time

Most nets open 07-11, rain after that. Netmeter hours approx. 1200. Playback on Tre Pipit, Meadow Pipit and Grey Wagtail. 9 Walk-in traps at Revtangen ca. 14-17.

Ringed: Bar-tailed Godwit 2, Dunlin 32, Red Knot 3, Sanderling 8, Turnstone 2, Grey Wagtail 4, Tree Pipit 1, Meadow Pipit 35, Rock Pipit 1, Winter Wren 1, Blackcap 1, Willow Warbler 1, Chiffchaff 1, Goldcrest 2, Greenfinch 1. Total = 95. 

Ringmerket: Lappspove 2, myrsnipe 32, polarsnipe 3, sandløper 8, steinvender 2, vintererle 4,  trepiplerke 1, heipiplerke 35, skjærpiplerke 1, gjerdesmett 1, munk 1, løvsanger 1, gransanger 1, fuglekonge 2, grønnfink 1. Total = 95.

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The first Rock Pipit we've trapped in a long time was duly equipped with a yellow colourring from the Norwegian Rock Pipit project. Any sightings of birds with yellow rings or green rings can be reported to kjellmorksoot@fugler.com. Skjærpiplerke.


Haavard Husebö and Alf Tore Mjös.