|datum||21 april 2016|
|gemeente||Berg en Dal (GE)|
|locatie||VRS Ooijse Graaf|
|coördinaten||N 51.84128 O 5.9600|
|aantal, kleed||1, male|
|status||Aanvaard, gepubliceerd in jaarverslag CDNA|
|opmerkingen||21-28 April, Vogelringstation Ooijse Graaf, Ooijpolder, Ubbergen, Gelderland, male, singing, ringed, photographed, sound-recorded (B Ubels et al; Ubels 2016; Dutch Birding 38: 254, plate 389, 260, plate 399, 265, plate 406, 2016). Given recent sightings in surrounding countries, this species was more or less expected to show up eventually. On the first morning, it was trapped by an astonished ringer at an inaccessible inland site, where it was singing its characteristic lu lu lu notes in the evening. The following days, birders could hear it from a fairly distant public road, although some needed a directional microphone and head phones to actually hear anything at all. Fortunately, Eurasian Reed Warblers A scirpaceus had not arrived in large numbers yet. Only a few birders caught a glimpse of the bird through their telescopes.|
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