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Antallet ved Lista og Jomfruland fuglestasjonene var det høyeste siden 1993.
A Goldcrest from Stora Fjäderägg!

Rød: ringmerket fuglekonge (ung hunn) på Stora Fjäderägg den 22.09.2015 og gjenfunnet på Lista den 11.10.2015.

Blå: ringmerket fuglekonge (ung hann) på Lista den 13.10.2015 og gjenfunnet på Jomfruland den 16.10.2015.

Two interesting recoveries after many Goldcrests ringed in autumn.

Goldcrests have a significant negative long-term trend at Lista and Jomfruland Bird Observatory, while the standardized ringing in autumn 2015 was very good for this species. Both bird observatories had the highest catching numbers of Goldcrest since 1993.

This year we have got two interesting recoveries of this species. A Goldcrest ringed on Stora Fjäderägg in Sweden on 22.09.2015, was recovered at Lista Bird Observatory, 1001 km away, 19 days later. In addition, another Goldcrest ringed at Lista on 10.13.2015 was recovered 3 days later at Jomfruland, 196 km away.

Both birds were caught in autumn 2015 and they flew towards opposite directions. This is a good example of a migrant Goldcrest flying southwards in autumn, while the one caught at Jomfruland has probably been following the coast eastwards to get around the North Sea. Most Goldcrest that we see migrate at night passing the lighthouse going towards south-east. They could also easily be blown a bit out of direction when strong winds occur in the autumn.

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Seasonal deviation
Common Redpoll3-99%
Northern Fulmar9-97%
Lesser Whitethroat1-95%
European Shag10212+810%
Eurasian Wryneck49+482%
Common Stonechat26+255%
Pink-footed Goose35+187%
Mew Gull28254+181%
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