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Blue tit
Blue tit
Blue tit in its normal habitat
Blue tit flew from Lista to Shetland

Blue tit in the net
Blue tit in the net
Aïda Lopez is taking a blue tit out of the net

Directions of migration, LiFu atumn 2012
Directions of migration, LiFu atumn 2012
Blue tit blue color, chiffchaff green and robin red.

Words had spread that a blue tit ringed in Norway was recaptured in Shetland on the 17th of October this year. Ringers at Lista Bird Observatory wondered if it was ringed here, which proved to be the case. The bird got ringed by Richard Cope on the 5th of October.

By T. Bentsen

Eightyfive blue tits were ringed on this day. One of these flew in to a net at Revtangen Ornithological Station on the 12th of October. The biggest numbers of blue tits were ringed on 1st of October, a total of 428 individuals. Five of them flew to the island of Utsira (Ornithological Station) and one flew to Revtangen. Recoveries over time show that blue tits passing through Lista are in general continuing in a western direction. Some individuals are recovered in different areas, but they probably first go west after being ringed at Lista. One bird was recovered at Starene Field station in Hedmark County. The journey was done in 29 days and the bird might have crossed the mountains from west to east.

The total number of blue tits ringed this year is about the same as in 2010, and slightly less than in 2011. It is rare with high ringing numbers for a species three years in a row, and also in 2007 and 2008 there were many blue tits on the move.

Recoveries of blue tits, robin and chiffchaff. All ringed in autumn 2012

Blue tits recovered at Revtangen
1 – 12/10: 11 days
5 – 12/10: 7 days
29/9 – 5/10: 6 days
28/9 - 5/10: 7 days
29/9 - 5/10: 6 days
27/9 - 5/10: 8 days
21/9 - 26/9: 8 days

Seven blue tits recovered at Revtangen, from 6 to 11 days after ringing at Lista. Average journey time: 7.6 days

Blue tits recovered at Utsira
26/9 - 11/10: 15 days
1 – 11/10: 10 days
1 – 11/10: 10 days
1 – 5/10: 4 days
26/9 - 11/10: 15 days
1 – 11/10: 10 days
1 – 13/10: 12 days

Seven blue tits recovered Utsira, from 4 to 15 days after ringing at Lista. Average journey time: 10.9 days

1 blue tit to Shetland: 5 – 17/10: 12 days.
1 blue tit to Starene: 26/9 - 25/10: 29 days

One chiffchaff ringed at Lista 11/10 and found dead at Faroe Islands 14/10/2012

A Robin flew to France, Pas-de-Calais. From 1-17/10: 16 days.

To read more about the blue tit that flew to Shetland, click here:

Blue tits migrating off the shore at Lista usually head back for land again as the danger of flying across open seas are generally too big. Many of those trying probably end up as gull and fish food!



Ringing numbers
This season1399
Today15
Top 3 today:
Willow Warbler5
House Sparrow5
European Robin1
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Seasonal deviation
Fieldfare4-99%
Northern Fulmar9-97%
Northern Lapwing31-96%
Common Shelduck16-95%
Grey Plover1-94%
Eurasian Collared Dove40+647%
Sanderling162+462%
Eurasian Siskin382+396%
Hooded Crow1448+256%
Rock Dove177+255%
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