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Familieaktiviteter den 28. august (25.07.2016)
FUGLEFESTIVALEN 27-28/08/2016!
Det vil være forskjellige aktiviteter som alle kan delta på Fuglefestivalen, men søndag vil være dagen med spesielt fokus på barn- og familie på Lista Fyr. Da blir det omvisning med ringmerking, fuglekikking og barna kan bygge en fuglekasse sammen med foreldre.
I tillegg selger vi cafe & grillmat.

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Spring report 2016 (12.07.2016)
This spring the number of caught birds in the standardized ringing campaign ended again below normal average. The weather was warm and some species showed record early arrivals. Common Redstart, White Wagtail, Chiffchaff and Robin have been ringed in high numbers this spring, while Willow Warbler, most of the finches and tits were significantly below normal. This is the second consecutive year with a 100% breeding failure of Lapwing in the area. It is also the lowest number of breeding pairs ever.
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Jobb offer bird ringer autumn 2016 (13.05.2016)
Lista Bird Observatory requires an expert bird ringer and birder for the autumn campaign 2016, from July 14 to November 16. We run standardized ringing campaigns, census and daily migration counts of both passerines and seabirds. Approximately 5000 birds are ringed every autumn.
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What elements affect the Lesser Spotted Woodpecker migration? (02.05.2016)
Last Friday a study was published in the peer-reviewed journal Ornis Norvegica. The article presents the results from a study of 136 Lesser Spotted Woodpeckers ringed at Lista Bird Observatory during the last 26 years.
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Around 155 dead Puffins collected on the beaches at Lista. (12.04.2016)
The dead Puffins were processed at Lista Nature Museum. The main target now is to know where they come from and what is the cause of death.The analysis is conducted by NINA and Veterinary Institute.
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Population monitoring at Jomfruland and Lista Bird Observatories in 2015 (14.03.2016)
In 2015 the ringing numbers for common species was lower than normal, especially in autumn at Lista. This is due to the poor breeding season, as the spring was dominated by high rainfall and low temperatures in May and June. The annual ringing results were, however, somehow compensated by a record incidence of Goldcrest.
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Not all geolocators might have a negative effect on survival (25.02.2016)
On February 1st a new study was published on Journal of Avian Biology. The title of the article is “An experimental evaluation of the effects of geolocator design and attachment method on between-year survival on Whinchats Saxicola rubetra”. This article shows that not all geolocators might have a negative effect on Whinchat's survival, but that different materials and techniques might affect significantly the biology of small migratory birds.
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A Goldcrest from Stora Fjäderägg! (22.02.2016)
More than 1000 km in 19 days. Two interesting recoveries after very many Goldcrests ringed in autumn.
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Seasonal deviation
Snow Bunting2-93%
Crested Tit1-93%
Northern Fulmar29-92%
Lapland Longspur3-90%
Garganey2-86%
Common Murre1596+1480%
Pink-footed Goose166+1146%
European Goldfinch590+735%
Dunlin665+706%
Razorbill528+694%
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