Mongolia

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July 2014 In May/June 2013 I accompanied a small group consisting of three experienced field ornithologists and bird ringers from Mongolia, Germany and the UK plus a driver and a cook from Ulaanbaatar for a short expedition through western central-mongolia. Erdenesant PFR07717-1, 2-10, 130522, Taiga Flycatcher Ficedula albicilla, excitement call, Erdenesant, Mongolia PFR07773, 2-10, 130523 […]

Bone-meal dumb

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June 2009 Yesterday I was on the road with a bird-ring-recording enthusiast from Leipzig. We went to a bone meal-dumb on which where about 500 forageing Gulls – in fact: European Herring Gull Larus argentatus, Lesser Black-backed Gull L. fuscus, Caspian Gull L. cachinanns, Yellow Legged Gull L. michahellis, Common Black-headed Gull L. ridibundus and […]