Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Tjeldstø 07 March 2006

Hooded Crow kråke
Redwing rødvingtrost

Still cold, sunny and very frozen. Common Snipe enkeltbekkasin and Woodcock rugde tracks abound - goodness only knows how they are surviving. One Woodcock rugde seen well by the roadside.

Best bird was a male Peregrine vandrefalk flying over the reserve, other birds included at least 20 Purple Sandpiper fjæreplytt, a Eurasian Sparrowhawk spurvehauk and four Common Starling stær.
A "drive by" at Herdlevær produced a couple of Redwing rødvingtrost and more signs of Woodcock rugde.

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