2019-07-14 (Dagbok)

Inlagt av staff sön 2019-07-14, 19:16

Staff: Lucía Acevedo (LAL), Andrea Molina (AME), Kiki Bairaktaridou (KKB)

Weather:Projects: RINGING
We have been ringing in Vall today, 59 new ringed birds and 16 recaptures.
Two juveniles Great Reed Warblers were the highlights of the day.
Also, we had our first Wren.

2019-07-13 (Dagbok)

Inlagt av staff lör 2019-07-13, 18:41

Staff: Lucía Acevedo (LAL), Andrea Molina (AME), Kiki Bairaktaridou (KKB)

Weather:Projects: RINGING
We have been ringing in BVal today, 51 new ringed birds and 17 recaptures.
One juvenile Parus palustris was the highlight of the day.

2019-07-11 (Dagbok)

Inlagt av staff tors 2019-07-11, 19:10

Staff: Lucía Acevedo (LAL), Andrea Molina (AME), Kiki Bairaktaridou (KKB)

Weather:Projects: RINGING
We have been ringing in Vall today, 59 new ringed birds and 18 recaptures.
One Wood Sandpiper was the highlight of the day

2019-07-09 (Dagbok)

Inlagt av staff tis 2019-07-09, 18:33

Staff: Lucía Acevedo (LAL), Andrea Molina (AME), Kiki Bairaktaridou (KKB)

Weather:Projects: RINGING
We have been ringing in Vall today, 42 new ringed birds and 16 recaptures.
We had our first Redwing on the nets

2019-07-06 (Dagbok)

Inlagt av staff lör 2019-07-06, 17:40

Staff: Lucía Acevedo (LAL), Andrea Molina (AME), Kiki Bairaktaridou (KKB)

Weather:Projects: RINGING

We have been ringing in Vall today, 46 new ringed birds and 25 recaptures.
We have recapture a reed warbler which was ringed in Brussels, and we have ringed a Black-headed gull.

2019-07-04 (Dagbok)

Inlagt av staff fre 2019-07-05, 12:15

Staff: Lucía Acevedo (LAL), Andrea Molina (AME), Kiki Bairaktaridou (KKB)

Weather:Projects: RINGING
We have been ringing in BVal today, 20 new ringed birds and 16 recaptures.
Two new species in the net, one Wryneck and the first Lesser whitethroat.

2019-07-03 (Dagbok)

Inlagt av staff fre 2019-07-05, 12:07

Staff: Lucía Acevedo (LAL), Andrea Molina (AME), Kiki Bairaktaridou (KKB)

Weather:Projects: RINGING
We have been ringing in Vall today, 35 new ringed birds and 26 recaptures.
A female Common Rosefinch was the highlight.