Owner John van Dort

Stationary
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Comments

Hawkwatching. The first hours of the morning (especially before 9) there was a fairly constant stream of passerines engaged in reorientation flight (i.e. all flying north). I was able to identify but a small number of them (20%?), as many vanished into the conifers, where some landed and some probably continued north. None stayed very long.

Observations

  1. Number observed: 15
    Breeding Code: F Flyover (Observed)
  2. Number observed: 1
  3. Number observed: 482
    Breeding Code: F Flyover (Observed)
  4. Number observed: 1
  5. Number observed: 1
  6. Number observed: 1
  7. Number observed: 1
  8. Empidonax sp. Empidonax sp.

    Number observed: 2
  9. Number observed: 1
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  10. Number observed: 1
  11. Number observed: 1
  12. Number observed: 2
  13. martin sp. (Progne sp.) Progne sp.

    Number observed: 7
    Breeding Code: F Flyover (Observed)
  14. Number observed: 2
    Breeding Code: F Flyover (Observed)
  15. Number observed: 3
    Breeding Code: F Flyover (Observed)
  16. Number observed: 1
  17. Number observed: 1
  18. Number observed: 4
  19. Number observed: 1
  20. Number observed: 1
  21. Number observed: 3
  22. Number observed: 1
  23. Number observed: 2
  24. Number observed: 2
  25. Number observed: 1
  26. Number observed: 1
  27. Number observed: 1
  28. Number observed: 1

    Comments: Adult male was part of the fairly constant stream of small passerines all heading north (nocturnal migrants reorienting themselves). It landed briefly in the conifers, and the yellow underparts with black 'necklace' plus the strong eye ring led to an immediate identification.

  29. Number observed: 2
  30. Number observed: 2
  31. Number observed: 3
  32. Number observed: 2
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