Gedser Fuglestation Blog
Her på Gedser Fuglestations blog bringes korte nyheder i dagbogsformat om hændelser på fuglestationen.
Bright and breezy with a brisk South-westerly wind limiting things a little bit but there were still decent numbers of migrants in the nets with 68 new birds caught; the most notable being a small influx of 15 Pied Flycatchers along with 4 Marsh Warblers and 4 Icterine Warblers with single figures of most other common migrants. Other birds seen included a few Tree Pipits first thing, a Sparrowhawk, 3 Green Sandpipers (which spent a short time on the pond) and single Great-spotted Woodpecker and Nuthatch.
Totals today - 1 Tree Pipit / Skovpiber; 1 Thrush Nightingale / Nattergal; 4 Redstart / Roedstjert; 1 Blackbird / Solsort; 4 Marsh Warbler / Kaersanger; 2 Reed Warbler / Roersanger; 4 Icterine Warbler / Gulbug; 8 Lesser Whitethroat / Gaerdesanger; 7 Whitethroat / Tornsanger; 5 Garden Warbler / Havesanger; 3 Blackcap / Munk; 9 Willow Warbler / Loevsanger; 15 Pied Flycatcher / Broget Fluesnapper; 1 Red-backed Shrike / Roedrygget Tornskad; 2 Tree Sparrow / Skovspurv; 1 Linnet / Tornirisk
Smart Yellow Wagtail from yesterday
Not much else seen during this quiet day with a walk round Kroghage late afternoon producing small numbers of the usual migrants such as Red-backed Shrike, Redstart, Pied Flycatcher, Spotted Flycatcher etc.
More pictures from around Gedser at www.wykebirding.blogspot.com