|datum||28 december 2013|
|locatie||Sebastopol, De Cocksdorp|
|coördinaten||N 53.17528 O 4.8535|
|aantal, kleed||1, eerste-winter vrouwtje|
|status||Aanvaard, gepubliceerd in jaarverslag CDNA|
|waarnemer(s)||C. Zuhorn et al|
|opmerkingen||28 December, Sebastopol, De Cocksdorp, Texel, Noord-Holland, and 30 December to 15 March 2014, Vlieland, Vlieland, Friesland, maximum of two (from 28 January to 27 February), first-winter females, photographed, videoed, one found dead on 1 March 2014, skin retained at informatiecentrum De Noordwester, Vlieland (C Zuhorn et al; Ottens 2014; Dutch Birding 36: 60, plate 76 and 78, 66, plate 90-91, 133, plate 159-160, 136, plate 167, 2014). The first bird landed on the Helder oil platform between 15 December 09:00 and 16 December 09:00 and had moved on by 17:00 on 16 December. All birds were part of an influx of presumably Nearctic origin which brought a few more individuals in January 2014. In North America, a huge lemming peak on the Arctic breeding grounds was followed by a very large southward eruption, resulting in many individuals ending up in surprising places, including ships on their way to Europe. None of the individuals recorded this year could be directy linked to ship-assisted passage. For 19th century information on birds migrating over sea between North America and Scotland, see Gray (1871). Annual Report 2013.|
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