|datum||8 april 2013|
|coördinaten||N 52.60692 O 5.6405|
|status||Aanvaard, gepubliceerd in jaarverslag CDNA|
|waarnemer(s)||R. Slaterus, M. Roos, T. Lakeman et al|
|opmerkingen||8 April, Kamperhoek, Dronten, Flevoland, photographed (R Slaterus, M Roos, T Lakeman et al; Slaterus 2013, 2014; Birding World 26: 142, 2013; Dutch Birding 35: 215, plate 266-267, 2013). This bird was seen by five observers as it flew north-east over a migration watchpoint. Based on the strong contrast between glossy blue head and neck and glossy brown body, it belonged to the migratory subspecies Q q versicolor (Bronzed Grackle), which breeds in Canada and in a large part of the USA and winters as far south as Texas, USA. Northern birds tend to migrate the furthest ('leap-frog migration'). Within the WP, only one other record is known, at Gevninge, Sjælland, Denmark, from late March to c 20 April 1970. This record was, however, not accepted by the Danish rarities committee. Annual Report 2013.|
Glanstroepiaal over Kamperhoek [dutchbirding.nl]
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