Revtangen BO September 11th-17th

Four busy days from 14th-17th, in addition some trapping also late in the morning on the 13th. Playback on Bramblings produced a good catch, as we are experiencing an unusually early and strong movent of this species at the moment.

Playback by the observatory pools have produced 25 Grey Wagtails the last 4 days. Vintererle.

Ringed, September 11th-17th: Sparrowhawk 1, Grey Wagtail 25, Tree Pipit 5, Meadow Pipit 36, Barn Swallow 5, Winter Wren 4, Dunnock 8, European Robin 11, Common Redstart 1, "Greenland" Wheatear 1, Redwing 1, Song Thrush 2, Sedge Warbler 1, Garden Warbler 1, Blackcap 14, Common Whitethroat 2, Willow Warbler 4, Chiffchaff 14, Goldcrest 21, Pied Flycatcher 1, Great Tit 4, Blue Tit 2, Treecreeper 1, Common Starling 1, Tree Sparrow 2, Chaffinch 10, BRAMBLING 780, Greenfinch 6, Lesser Redpoll 1, Common Linnet 7, HAWFINCH 1, Yellowhammer 2. Total = 975.

Hawfinch is a rare catch at Revtangen BO, far from annual. This is a 1 cy female. Kjernebiter, 1K hunn.

Norwegian summary of ringing results, 11.-17. september: Spurvehauk 1, vintererle 25, trepiplerke 5, heipiplerke 36, låvesvale 5, gjerdesmett 4, jernspurv 8, rødstrupe 11, rødstjert 1, "Grønlands"steinskvett 1, rødvingetrost 1,måltrost 2, sivsanger 1, hagesanger 1, munk 14, tornsanger 2, løvsanger 4, gransanger 14, fuglekonge 21, svarthvit fluesnapper 1, kjøttmeis 4, blåmeis 2, trekryper 1, stær 1, pilfink 2, bokfink 10, BJØRKEFINK 780, grønnfink 6, brunsisik 1, tornirisk 7, KJERNEBITER 1, gulspurv 2. Total = 975.