Sunday, September 30, 2007

Tjeldstø 28 September 2007

Not out birding and therefore managed to clinch species #150 from the house in the form of a Nuthatch spettmeis - thanks to the current movement of otherwise mundane woodland birds that are uncommon out here at the coast.

Other stuff included a flcok of 17 Jays nøtteskrike flying over the garden, 15+ Willow tit granmeis moving through and a flock of at least 12 Long-tailed Tit stjertmeis.

Other migrants included a couple of flocks of Skylark sanglerke, a few Red-throated Diver smålom and at least one Snow Bunting snøspurv. All without leaving the house...

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