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Mirtezanger

Setophaga coronata  ·  Myrtle Warbler

id 68177
datum 12 t/m 22 oktober 2019: 11 dagen
gemeente Schiermonnikoog (FR)
locatie Groene Glop (vangstlocatie) en Vredenhof e.o.
co√∂rdinaten N 53.48354  O 6.1841
aantal, kleed 1, 1e kj vrouw
soort waarneming (ring)vangst
status Aanvaard, gepubliceerd in jaarverslag CDNA
waarnemer(s) J van Ardenne, A J van Loon et al
opmerkingen ringed, photographed, sound-recorded (Dutch Birding 41: 450, plate 631-632, 2019). 23 years after the first, this bird was trapped and ringed and then shown to birders present on the island. It was released at an accessible nearby site and subsequently seen in the field. A large crowd gathered the following day. The vast wet birch forest, combined with a very mobile bird that did not join mixed species flocks and hardly ever called, made up for a stressful event. It was seen briefly several times until noon. In the afternoon and during the following day, it could not be relocated and it was generally believed to have departed, until it was relocated a week and a half later during what was to be a quiet afternoon with his family for the finder. Birders already on the island managed to connect with it before dusk but the crowds that arrived the following days ended up in a wild goose chase once more. So, despite the bird being present for at least 11 days, quite a few birders left the island empty-handed.

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Bram Ubels · Mirtezanger Fabian Meijer · Mirtezanger Bram Roobol · Mirtezanger Bram Roobol · Mirtezanger

Mirtezanger op Schiermonnikoog [dutchbirding.nl]

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