|datum||9 februari 1991|
|coördinaten||N 53.04690 O 6.0905|
|status||Aanvaard, gepubliceerd in jaarverslag CDNA|
|opmerkingen||When local newspapers reported the rumoured presence of this bird, only one lucky observer could trace it, despite long searching by several other birders. This was the third record and the first for Friesland . The first was a long-staying individual in a coastal pine forest al Den Helder, Noordholland, during 1973-81 and the second a calling hird frequenting a quarry in Zuid-Limburg on 4-14 February 1988 . The first breeding record in a pine tree in Zuid-Limburg in 1983 has not been submitted to the CDNA (Gee & Weiss 1987, Wim Vergoossen in Iitt) . There are rumours of other breeding records since 1983 which remain, however, unsubstantiated. In Belgium and adjoining regions, 26 territories were known in 1987 (Gee & Weiss 1987} and the numbers have significantly increased since (Didier Vangeluwe pers comm). For a discussion about the origin of the Beigian birds, see Doucet (1989) who suggested that the species possibly never completely disappeared from Belgium. He gave information on reintroduction programmes in Europe, showing that in 1968 and, especially, in 1974 birds were released in German areas bordering the Benelux. Annual Report 1991.|
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