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Friday, April 8th, 2016
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Influx of Alpine Accentors
Waren die ersten Märzwochen vogelkundlich sehr ruhig und gemächlich, so ist die Zeit seit Ostern trotz der unbeständigen und anhaltend kühlen Witterung voll [...]
Thursday, April 7th, 2016
avinews
Please protect observations of possibly breeding raptors!
Obwohl alle Greifvogelarten seit den 1970er Jahren unter strengem Schutz stehen, werden alljährlich zahlreiche Fälle von illegaler Verfolgung bekannt. Da es sich hauptsächlich [...]
Monday, March 14th, 2016
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Info on the use of breeding codes
For many bird species breeding season has started already. They are busily singing and displaying, inspecting potential nesting sites and transporting nesting material. In some [...]
Wednesday, February 24th, 2016
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The German Breeding Bird Monitoring Scheme starts into the new season – please join now!
It may be still a little to go but the beautiful songs of blackbird, tits, nuthatch and dunnock tell us spring is on its way. With rising temperatures most of the birds are now [...]
Monday, January 11th, 2016
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European sex ratio assessment for Common Pochard, January 2016
Die Tafelente ist nach wie vor eine häufige Wasservogelart in Europa. Doch sowohl die mitteleuropäische als auch die nordwesteuropäische Population zeigen Bestandsrückgänge. [...]
Monday, January 4th, 2016
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Please report roosts of Red Kites!
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 [...]

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Monday, May 2nd, 2016

Niederlande [4006_3_55n]
 3 Eurasian Hobbies 
Niederlande [3906_4_58s]
 2 Whinchats 
Westoder Gartz-Friedrichsthal
 14 Great Reed Warblers 
 4 Whinchats 
 1 Northern Wheatear 
S Niedergailbach (Brücker Berg)/F [6809_3_42s]
 1-2 Eurasian Wrynecks 
 2 Middle Spotted Woodpeckers 
 1 Collared Flycatcher 
Eider-Ästuar, Vorländer Südseite-West, Sommerkoogfläche westlich Schülperneuensiel (EE 23)
 1 Rough-legged Buzzard 
Eidersperrwerk Süd
 1 Little Gull 
 6-12 Black Terns 
Friedrichskoog-Hafen/ Vorland Dieksanderkoog Nord (VD41) [1919_3_53s]
 ≥1000 Barnacle Geese 
Friedrichskoog: Hafen
 6 Tufted Ducks 
Hedwigen-Sommerkoog Mitte/ Westerkoog (MD13)
 2 Common Cranes 
Krumstedt westlich [1920_2_20s]
 1 Common Cuckoo 
 1 Short-eared Owl 
Neufeld [2020_3_52n]
 2 Gull-billed Terns 
Trischen (IT)
Data coming from an observation list ≥1000 Brant Geese 
Data coming from an observation list ≥500 Barnacle Geese 
Data coming from an observation list 2 Greylag Geese 
Data coming from an observation list 1 Northern Shoveler 
Data coming from an observation list 30 Common Eiders 
Data coming from an observation list ≥150 Great Cormorants 

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