Geese! – Drömling II

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November 2011 A White-tailed Eagle Haliaeetus albicilla flying over a flock of 30.000 roosting Geese in search of a weak or wounded one. PFR07444, 111103, Tundra Bean Geese Anser serrirostris, White fronted Geese A. albifrons, Greylag Geese A. anser, Flachwasserzone Mannhausen, Germany photo credit: Tundra Bean Goose Anser serrirostris and Greylag Goose Anser anser © Mathias […]

New year’s eve inside a nest box

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January 2011 In most countries people do welcome the new year with fireworks. In different cultures it has different traditional backgrounds, and fireworks, of course, have found their way into the phonography community as a permanent annual feature. Like many other people, I wonder what impact this tradition has for birds or animals in general, […]

Greifswalder Oie IV

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December 2010 During the second half of December I visited the isle Greifswalder Oie another time (german Baltic Sea). As expected, there was a lot of snow and for a few days the coast around the isle was frozen – some parts even to the horizon. 101222, Northern Raven Corvus corax, pair, display flight This […]