Ptyonoprogne rupestris · Eurasian Crag Martin
|datum||14 t/m 24 november 2006: 11 dagen|
|coördinaten||N 52.64617 O 5.0456|
|status||Aanvaard, gepubliceerd in jaarverslag CDNA|
|waarnemer(s)||M. Hotting. M. Veldt, R. Vlot et al|
|opmerkingen||14-24 November, Hoorn, Noord-Holland, maximum of two (one on 22-24 November), photograped, videoed (M Hotting, M Veldt, R Vlot et al; Hotting & Ebels 2006, Ebels et al 2007; Birding World 19: 451-452, 2006, 20: 36, 2007, Dutch Birding 28: 411, plate 588-590, 2006, 29: 66, plate 91-92, 293, plate 420-421, 294, plate 422, 295, plate 423-424, 2007). After several fly-bys in recent years, eg, in 1992, 2001 and 2005, that were insufficiently documented to be acceptable, this species finally claimed its position on the Dutch list in 2006, with no less than six birds within two weeks. The sightings at IJburg and Hoorn (c 30 km further north) may have related to the same two birds moving north along the IJsselmeer coast but have been accepted as separate records. The birds at Hoorn were the only two to be twitchable and the first to be documented by photographs and video. Annual Report 2006.|
30 jaar Dutch Birding / Hans ter Haar [dutchbirding.nl]
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