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Monday, October 7th, 2019
tipnews
Resting and migrating Cranes (and other species) - please note
posted by Nikolas Prior
 
Wednesday, September 18th, 2019
avinews
posted by Christopher König
 
Friday, August 16th, 2019
tipnews
Watch out for Eurasian Dotterels! (Please also report nil counts!)
posted by Nikolas Prior
 
Saturday, July 6th, 2019
avinews
Alpine Swifts 2019 - help us recording the number of breeding pairs!
posted by Johannes Wahl
 
Saturday, July 6th, 2019
avinews
Eurasian Crag Martins spread northwards in Baden-Württemberg - help tracking the range expansion!
posted by Johannes Wahl
 
Wednesday, July 3rd, 2019
technews
Summer Goose count in Northrhine-Westphalia (13th/14th July) and Lower Saxony (20th/21th July)
posted by Nikolas Prior
 
Sunday, May 19th, 2019
avinews
Spot the difference: Looking out for moulting waterbirds (now Greylag Geese)
posted by Johannes Wahl
 
Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019
avinews
Red-footed Falcons on the move!

In den vergangenen Tagen häufen sich in den ornitho-Portalen in Frankreich, Italien und der Schweiz die Meldungen von Rotfußfalken, wie die zoombare Karte der aktuellen Beobachtungen eindrucksvoll zeigt. Bahnt sich ein Einflug auch bis nach Deutschland an? Über Ostern gab es im Süden Deutschlands bereits eine Reihe von Beobachtungen (Karte ornitho.de).

Rotfußfalken zeigen einen ausgeprägten Schleifenzug und ziehen – im Vergleich zum Herbst – im Frühjahr deutlich weiter westlich aus Afrika zurück in die osteuropäischen Brutgebiete. In manchen Jahren können sie dabei weit nach Westen verdriftet werden. Beim letzten Einflug 2015 beschränkten sich die deutschen Nachweise letztlich weitgehend auf den Bereich südlich der Donau (Auswertung zum Frühjahr 2015 als PDF). Verschlägt es sie diesmal auch in nördlichere Gefilde?

Viele spannende Entdeckungen während des Frühjahrszuges wünscht

das Team von ornitho.de und ornitho.lu

posted by Christopher König
 
Wednesday, April 17th, 2019
technews
Happy Easter: TopPlusOpen available as new map layer
posted by Johannes Wahl
 
Tuesday, April 9th, 2019
avinews
EuroBirdPortal releases an online viewer that follows birds on the move across Europe
posted by Christopher König
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