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News from Lista Bird Observatory

Here are the latest news from Lista Bird Observatory

Great Bird Festival! (26.08.2020)
The weekend 22.-23rd August we celebrated the Lista Bird Festival and it went great! Despite a slightly more modest arrangement due to the corona situation and accompanying infection control measures, there was good support and good feedback from the participants during this weekend's festival!
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Report from spring 2020 (17.06.2020)
Lista Bird Observatory completed in 2020 its 31st consecutive year of spring ringing campaign. The station has been run for a total of 87 days from March 15 until June 10. 13 mist-nets have been currently used on the standardized (138 meters) and the results have been low with 675 birds ringed (average for spring is 833) of 41 different species.
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LISTA BIRD FESTIVAL 2020: 22nd-23rd August (28.02.2020)
The weekend of August 22-23 we celebrate LISTA BIRD FESTIVAL with party and activities all weekend!
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Report from autumn 2019 (16.01.2020)
Lista Bird Observatory completed in 2019 its 30th consecutive year of autumn ringing campaign. The station has been run for a total of 124 days from July 15 until November 15. 13 mist-nets have been currently used on the standardized (138 meters) and the results have under average with 3040 birds ringed (average for autumn is 4008) of 62 different species.
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ANNUAL REPORT 2018: Significant climate effect on bird migration in southern Norway (29.08.2019)
New studies from Jomfruland and Lista Bird Observatories show that 30 selected migratory species of birds now arrive (more than) four days earlier than they did in 1990. Climate change is probably an important cause.
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Migratory birds in Europe and Canada have advanced the timing of their spring migration due to climate change (14.06.2019)
The study is based on long term monitoring data from 2 continents, 21 North European and Canadian bird observatories, including LISTA. We are proud to tell that Lista Bird Observatory is an important contributor to this article, having provided data from the Observatory collected from 1990 to 2015.
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Report from spring 2019 (31.05.2019)
Lista Bird Observatory completed in 2019 its 30th consecutive year of spring ringing campaign. The station has been run for a total of 87 days from March 15 until June 10. 13 mist-nets have been currently used on the standardized (138 meters) and the results have been close to normal years with 851 birds ringed (average for spring is 832) of 49 different species.
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The Scandinavian Triple - Autumn 2019 (07.05.2019)
Do you want to contribute to a major initiative and take part in not only one but three Scandinavian Bird Observatories!? This year we offer for the first time a volunteering package:
The Scandinavian Triple! Come to
Skagen - Ottenby - Lista

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Seasonal deviation
Ruff1-97%
Northern Fulmar8-94%
Western Jackdaw4-93%
Fieldfare17-90%
Black-headed Gull56-90%
Mute Swan83+321%
Ruddy Turnstone129+308%
Great Cormorant2111+298%
Hooded Crow1284+290%
Eurasian Siskin185+240%
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