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Saturday, December 20th, 2014
Convenient, committed and cutting edge also in 2015 ...
Dear birdwatchers, dear users, and have been enjoying a big and growing popularity. Many of us do use the joint portal for Luxembourg and Germany as digital [...]
Saturday, December 6th, 2014
Santa Claus proudly presents: ''NaturaList'' the App for ornitho and the rest of Europe
Pünktlich zum Nikolaustag lassen wir sie aus dem Sack: Die von vielen schon lange erwünschte ornitho-App ist da! Erklärtes Ziel der Entwickler von Biolovision [...]
Monday, November 24th, 2014
Breeding success of Bewick’s Swans in 2014: Please take part in European wide census on December 6th/7th
At this time of the year, assessing the percentage of young birds in wintering flocks of Bewick’s swans is a very good way of getting information on the species’ breeding [...]
Tuesday, November 18th, 2014
Still unusually large number of Red Kites in Germany
Die meisten der bei uns brütenden Rotmilane ziehen im Herbst in den Süden und überwintern in Südfrankreich und auf der Iberischen Halbinsel. Der Abzug erfolgt [...]
Monday, November 3rd, 2014
Looking back on summer 2014: Ruddy Shelduck, Rose-ringed Parakeet and Pallid Harrier
In der November-Ausgabe von Der Falke blicken wir in der Rubrik „Vögel in Deutschland aktuell“ auf das vogelkundliche Geschehen im Sommer 2014 zurück. Dabei [...]
Friday, October 31st, 2014
Resting and migrating Cranes - please note
Zu Zehntausenden sammeln sich derzeit die Kraniche in den Rastgebieten im Norden und Osten Deutschlands und treten bald ihren Zug in die Überwinterungsgebiete in Südwesteuropa [...]
Monday, December 22nd, 2014

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Monday, December 22nd, 2014

Hetlinger Schanzsand
 2 Great White Egrets 
Kleientnahmestelle Wedeler Marsch
 1 Gadwall 
 5 Common Mergansers 
 1 Little Grebe 
 4 Great White Egrets 
 2 Grey Herons 
 2 Great Black-backed Gull 
 1 Common Kingfisher 
 ≥2 Bearded Reedlings 
Geltinger Birk: Noor, Salzwiesen
 2 White-tailed Eagles 
Alster mit Hayns Park und Meenkwiese
 ≥1 Eurasian Bullfinch (ssp. pyrrhula) 
Tollensesee, N-Teil [2445_3_35n]
 6 Great Black-backed Gull 
Rieselfelder Braunschweig
 1 White-throated Dipper  Click to display the picture
Beedenbostel [3327_4_36n]
 ~100 Whooper Swans 
Celle: Dammaschwiesen
 6 Mute Swans 
Schmarloh südl. Grebshorn [3328_3_33n]
 26 Whooper Swans 
 1 Common Raven 
Schmarloh nördl. Spechtshorn [3328_3_54n]
 16 Whooper Swans 
SW Luttern [3327_2_28n]
 94 Whooper Swans 
Altenbruch Hafen [2118_4_37s]
 3 Common Redshanks 
 × Great Black-backed Gull 
 1 Rock Pipit 
Jeetzelniederung S Weitsche [2932_4_48s]
 ≥32 Whooper Swans 
Wolfsdüpe E Seerau [2933_3_52n]
 10 Whooper Swans 
Wustrow-N [3032_4_48n]
 8 Great White Egrets 
 3 Grey Herons 
Bawinkel Plankorth
 17 Great White Egrets 
 7 Grey Herons 
 1 Eurasian Sparrowhawk 
Dörgenerfeld [3210_3_54n]
 ≥100 Tundra/Whooper Swans 

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