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News from Lista Bird Observatory

Here are the latest news from Lista Bird Observatory

A record night for owls (18.09.2011)
A total of 48 Tengmalm's owls and 3 pygmy owls were ringed on Friday night.
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Grey-necked bunting at Lista - a new species for Norway! (12.08.2011)
The grey-necked bunting is a new species for Norway, and has only been observed 4-5 times previously in Northern Europe. It was first seen at Lista on Gunnarsmyra next to the bird observatory on the 10th of August, and is a great sensation for birders in Norway. Many will travel long distances to see the bird and take part in this rare experience.
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The two-barred crossbills are here again (03.08.2011)
The Lista lighthouse area is invaded by two-barred crossbills again. The first ones showed up toward the end of July, and per August 3rd, we have estimated that there are a few tens of individuals in the plantation. It is nine years since the last invasion.
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Live updates from the ringing room (22.07.2011)
Follow the ringing directly as birds get registered. In addition to seeing which birds are ringed here and now, you can also look at the numbers for other days, and how the different species are doing compared to the previous 20 years. The system updates every ten minutes. Take me there!
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Autumn season has started (18.07.2011)
The bird observatory opened again on July 15th, and in total 190 birds were ringed on the first day of autumn season. During the second day, 94 birds were caught in the mist nets. Willow warblers topped the ringing numbers with a total of 53 for the first day, and 15 on the second day. Chaffinches hold a good second place with a total of 44 individuals ringed on the first two days.
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The bird observatory closes for the summer (10.06.2011)
During the peak of the breeding season, from June 10 until July 15, Lista Bird Observatory closes its mist nets and ringing activities.
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School visit at Lista Bird Observatory (27.05.2011)
Students from a local school in Farsund spent a whole day around the Lighthouse area and got to see both bird ringing and migrating brent geese.
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Yellow-legged Gull - New species for Lista Bird Observatory (24.05.2011)
The Yellow-legged Gull which is more frequently seen at lower latitudes has now been observed for the first time at Lista Bird Observatory.
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Seasonal deviation
Little Auk180-97%
European Reed Warbler3-96%
Bearded Reedling1-94%
Two-barred Crossbill6-93%
Great Skua18-91%
Common Stonechat287+2256%
Purple Sandpiper173+779%
Canada Goose139+486%
European Goldfinch3653+469%
European Shag7279+439%
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