Anthus hodgsoni · Olive-backed Pipit
|datum||10 november 2012|
|coördinaten||N 51.45846 O 3.5357|
|status||Aanvaard, gepubliceerd in jaarverslag CDNA|
|waarnemer(s)||T. Luiten, P. Beeke|
|opmerkingen||10 November, Nolledijk, Vlissingen, Vlissingen, Zeeland, sound-recorded (T Luiten, P Beeke). The autumn of 2012 experienced by far the largest influx of this Siberian pipit ever in western Europe. In Britain, at least 52 birds were recorded, an all-time high in the last year for which the species was considered by the British rarities committee (Hudson & Rarities Committee 2013). At Robbenoordbos, up to four birds were reported in the first days of November but the committee so far received only conclusive evidence for two individuals. The number of records for 2012 is not yet complete. A few reports are still under consideration or have not (yet) been submitted. Consequently, the number of individuals may rise to more than 20. The previous year record was four in 2010. As mentioned in Haas et al (2014), good sound-recordings can be used to identify this species. Since a few years, many observers at migration watch points use tape recorders to record migrating birds and therefore quite a number of records were submitted. Annual Report 2012 & 2014.|
Thomas Luiten · Siberische Boompieper
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