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Yellow-billed Diver to the pleasure of many visitors

lørdag 30. april 2022
af Hans Christophersen

Yet another sunny day – not much rain this spring. Anders and Robbe opened the nets this morning. Simon joined in and around 30 birds were ringed, the highlights being a couple of Redstarts (Rødstjert) and a Jay (Skovskade), that gave Anders a couple of scars. Line (that has stayed at the station earlier as an intern) and her father Michael were among the visitors this day.


Hans and (a little later) Manuel did the counting at Nordstrand. On the way out there Hans saw a Racoon Dog (Mårhund). Quite a few people joined and about 30 were assembled and the spirits were high when everybody was rewarded with a nice Yellow-billed Diver (Hvidnæbbet Lom) that was passing by. More than 700 Red-throated Divers (Rødstrubet Lom) and a Black- throated Diver (Sortstrubet Lom) also showed. Other (minor) highlights were two Little Gulls (Dværgmåge) and the first Little Tern (Dværgterne) of the year. After the ringing Anders spent some time at Saftevandsbakken seeing a few raptors and two White Storks (Hvid Stork) that passed after attempting to migrate at Nordstrand. At Stald Grenen he also saw a group of 12 Ring Ouzels (Ringdrossel).


Returning to the Lighthouse he found a Viper (Hugorm) that had found its way to the station, staying on the concrete platform. 


Hanelie woke up a little late after an (unsuccessful) owl-catch during the night. She and Robbe went to Batteriskoven, finding a couple of Pied Flycatchers (Broget Fluesnapper). After this they visited the gallery, where Axel Thorenfeldt shows his great bird-paintings. A visit there is to be recommended.

Hans did a soundscape-count for DOF, hearing the first Reed Warbler (Rørsanger) and adding another couple of Camberwell Beauties (Sørgekåbe) to the impressive list of this species this spring.

The ’batmen’ – Johan Eklöf and Stefan from Sweden paid a visit to the station bringing a bat-detector, that now records the bats passing the station the next month.

At the evening meeting Simon told about the life as a leader of the station and the life as volunteers was also a topic. Also different (possible) projects were discussed.

Today’s observations in DOFbasen from observers in the area

Sum of the raptors in the area based on observations typed into DOFbasen the same day  

Photos: Anders Brinkmann

Todays ringed birds at Kabeltromlen:

Rødhals: 2

Rødstjert: 2

Gærdesmutte: 2

Sangdrossel: 1

Munk: 1

Gransanger: 6

Løvsanger: 8

Skovskade: 1

Rørspurv: 3

Total: 26

People/Folk: Simon S. Christiansen, Hanelie Sidhu, Alice Scalzo, Manuel Tacke, Robbe Cool, Anders Brinkmann, Hans Christophersen and more.

Daytrip to the aquarium

fredag 29. april 2022
af Robbe Cool

Today the sun woke up earlier than I did. And after enjoying the golden morning at breakfast, I went to Jesper Pedersen with Alice. We tried to figure out how to calibrate the laser binocular but we were unsuccessful. Thomas came too but only to find his glasses that he lost last day.

The others were ringing in the morning together with Lars. Unfortunately, the nets were almost empty. Hanelie was happy with the meadow pipit ‘engpiber’ they caught but she had to hurry to be at time at the station. Because today we finally made a trip.e37f0d7d-8e5a-4726-ada5-ea8b9a690ee0.jpg

Together with Alice, Lisa and Hanelie, we drove to Hirtshals to see the aquarium and get a guided tour from Anders. Marion joined us too in Hirtshals which made it a really nice reunion. In the aquarium, we discovered the fauna of the North Sea. Anders took us behind the screens and showed us a rare fish they caught: the wreckfish. We were all really amazed by the skeletons of the whales they had and the horn of the narwal. We finally had the feeling of being on holidays and profited from this day to eat nice fish and chips in the harbour. Tired but satisfied, we came back to the station. The girls took their time to set up the owl net, which will now be a stationary net as well.



Today, Manuel took the time to enjoy the birding without having to many tasks. He first made a stop at Batteriskoven to find the flycatchers ‘broget fluesnapper’, but only the wood warblers ‘skovsanger’ were present. He continued his trip to the gallery of Axel to have a nice talk with him and in the late afternoon he had a look at the nocmig, together with the chairman of DOF.

Earlier this day, Simon also went to Batteriskoven to search the wryneck ‘vendehalse’ that was seen but without any result. He also announced that he has a new boss.

The third person that went to Batteriskoven was Anders and he had more luck with the pied flycatchers. He wanted to spend the whole afternoon on watching raptors but he had the ‘luck’ to enter the ringing data.

Hans started this day quite early and went to Nordstrand. It was too cold and foggy to see birds but he had nice company. His birding highlights of the day were 8 fulmars ‘mallemuk’ during the migration counts, a group of 12 ring ouzels ‘ringdrossel’ and a golden eagle ‘Kongeørn’. During the day he brought Birte to the station and later he also visited the harbour to find a nice gull. In the evening, Hans and Anders eased our work by doing the raptor summary.

Surprisingly, while I am writing this blog, Axel found a female citrine wagtail ‘citrin vipstjert’ at the cormorant lake!


Good night,



Todays ringed birds at Kabeltromlen:

Engpiber: 1

Gærdesmutte: 1

rødhals: 4

Munk: 3

Gransanger: 1


Løvsanger: 4

Bogfinke: 1

Rørspurv: 4

Total: 19

Today’s observations in Dofbasen from observers in the area

People/Folk: Knud Pedersen,Simon S. Christiansen, Hanelie Sidhu, Alice Scalzo, Manuel Tacke, Robbe Cool, Anders Brinkmann,  Jesper Pedersen, Birthe Drustrup & Hans Christophersen, Lisa Vergin, Anders Østerby, Egon Østergaard, Lars Bo Jacobsen

Little Friday

torsdag 28. april 2022
af Manuel Tacke

There is a German saying that says: "Eine Schwalbe macht noch keinen Sommer", one swallow does not make a summer. That is certainly true. But maybe 20 or so? ...At least they are really arriving now. Today Manuel and Robbe were able to observe several migrating Barn Swallows Landsvale and House Martins Bysvale during the morning observation. For the most part, however, it remained fairly quiet in Grenen. Three migrating Whooper Swans Singsvale and a few Wheatears Stenpikker in the dunes were nice observations. Otherwise, there was not much migration to observe today. At least the beautiful Kentish Plover Hvidbrystet præstekrave was sitting on the beach in Grenen today, but only Hans was able to see it at close range - and managed to get an arty shot.


The weather forecast for the next few days remains sunny and clear. This is of course very nice for being outside, even if the wind is still quite cold. But for birdwatching, it would actually be good if there were a rainy day. When the weather is clear, the birds just move up and through and you don't get to see much of them. When the weather changes, fog or rain, they avoid long distances and come down to rest. That's better for the birdwatchers, of course. But this spring has been very dry so far and there has been exceptionally little rain so far. The sunny weather continues to attract beautiful butterflies to the sun, with Camberwell Beauties continuing to show themselves.

The fact that the birds are not in the bushes to rest can also be seen from the ringing figures: In five hours, only 25 birds were in the net, including another day without any excitement. But even with the Willow warbler Løvsanger, Chiffchaff Gransanger or Blackcap Munk, you always have to look very closely to see where the moult limits can be found in order to accurately determine their age.

In Batteriskoven there are still some Pied Flycatchers Broget fluesnapper around and in the afternoon Anders managed to get some decent shots.


In the evening Birte and Hans cooked for us, there was delicious lasagne with a great salad for the big group. Over the weekend Anders (also a board member) is also a guest, so we have a full house at the lighthouse. At the table we talk about Pink Floyd's early work, Anders' band, our language skills and what it's like to live in Aalborg.

(Pictures by Hans Christophersen & Anders Brinkmann)

Today’s observations in Dofbasen from observers in the area

Todays ringed birds at Kabeltromlen:
Løvsanger: 6
Rødhals: 6
Gransanger: 14
Munk: 8
Sangdrossel: 1
Jernspurv: 1
Solsort: 1
Sangdrossel: 1

Total: 21


People/Folk: Knud Pedersen,Simon S. Christiansen, Hanelie Sidhu, Alice Scalzo, Manuel Tacke, Robbe Cool, Anders Brinkmann, Rasmus Due Nielsen, Thomas Kjær Christensen, Jesper Pedersen, Birthe Drustrup & Hans Christophersen.

The arrival of the Pied Flycatchers "Broget Fluesnapper"

onsdag 27. april 2022
af Hanelie Sidhu
Hi everybody!

Manuel and I were the first to get up today. Manuel helped me open the nets, then left Kabletromle to do the Morning Obs with Alice and Robbe at Nordstrand. Hans and Jørgen Hulbæk were the first ones at Nordstrand today and together with Andreas, they assisted Alice, Robbe and Manuel with the counting. Soon after sunrise, Hans and Jørgen had the first Harriers "Høg", but this did not last the whole morning. The Obs was quite slow, but there were some highlights, such as a Lapland Longspur "Lapværling" and a Black-throated Diver "Sortstrubet Lom", over a dozen Arctic Skuas "Almindelig Kjove" and there were an incredible number of Red-throated Divers "Rødstrubet Lom", between 800 and 900 during the whole Morning Obs.



The ringing was also quite slow today, Lisa and Simon joined after we opened the nets, but we caught the first Pied Flycatcher "Broget Fluesnapper" of the year in the nets of Kabeltromle today!


Pied Flycatcher "Broget Fluesnapper" 


We also had a Willow Warbler "Løvsanger" quite possibly of the subspecies "acredula".


"Løvsanger" possibly of the subspecies "acredula"


After ringing I cut branches at Kabeltromle and watched two really nice male Bearded Reedlings "Skægmejse" for a long time. I also saw a nice male Sand Lizard "Markfirben". In the afternoon we tried out the new nets for owls and raptors in the garden with Simon. Afterwards Alice and Robbe went raptor catching with one of the new nets, but unfortunately without success. There were some raptors around, Hans watched from a dune near Batterivejen and saw several raptors, but very high: Golden Eagles "Kongeørn", Buzzards "Musvage", Rough-legged Buzzards "Fjeldvåge", Kites "Glente"... While Hans was bird watching all day, Birthe was also at the Skagen Art Museum today. Hans and Birthe also took a very long walk along the coast to Batteriskaven and then to Jennes Sø. On the way, they saw a Camberwell Beauty "Sørgekåbe", several Pied Flycatchers "Broget Fluesnapper" in Batteriscoven and a Firecrest "Rødtoppet Fuglekonge" near Jennes Sø. Simon had an interesting meeting today with other people who run CES ringing. I entered the ringing data and had a nap, Manuel went for a walk in the afternoon and cooked us a delicious lentil soup for dinner. And Thomas, Rasmus, Jesper and the "Radar Team" finished the work on the radar this afternoon. Now it is ready for use!

After the hopes for today were high and it didn't work out so well in the end, maybe it will be the other way round tomorrow? Let's hope so!


Todays ringed birds at Kabeltromle:


Løvsanger: 4

Rødhals: 3

Lille Gråsisken: 2

Broget Fluesnapper: 1

Gransanger: 4

Munk: 2

Lille Dompap: 1

Bogfinke: 1

Rørspurv: 1

Solsort: 1

Sangdrossel: 1


Total: 21


See you then, Hanelie


People: Knud Pedersen, Andreas Pedersen, Simon S. Christiansen, Hanelie Sidhu, Alice Scalzo, Manuel Tacke, Robbe Cool, Lisa Vergin, Rasmus Due Nielsen, Thomas Kjær Christensen, Jesper, Birthe & Hans Christophersen.

Of Wagtails and Divers

tirsdag 26. april 2022
af Alice Scalzo

This morning Robbe and Manuel went to open the nets together. They had quite a hard time as a few nets broke at the loop. Hanelie joined them for the first round. The first rounds were very slow, but it got better after some time. They got the first Siskins (Grønsisken) and Lesser Whitethroat (Gærdesanger).


Meanwhile a Citrine Wagtail (Citronvipstjert) was spotted in the reeds near worlds end 3 ! It was quite hard to see as it was walking in the reeds, but we all managed to see it quite well ! Robbe also got to see the Yellow-billed diver (Hvidnæbbet Lom), which makes two new species for him, and one for me and Hanelie ! We will have to celebrate in the next days !


Picture by Hans Christophersen

There was also two Wrynecks (Vendehals) spotted in the vicinity, but none of us managed to see them, although while looking Hanelie had a great observation of Red kites (Rød Glente) flying very low. After the Wagtail I went to the nets to fix and tense some of them, and started preparing a new net with Hanelie's help.

In the afternoon we all split up in different tasks. Hanelie had her raptor summary to finish, she was helped by Manuel and Marion, and a language test. Manuel went for groceries, Robbe took care of the picture archive, and I went back to the nets to finish installing the new net, cut some branches, and fix other nets.


Today Hans went out early to try to see some birds, but the fog was to thick so he went back out outside later. He saw the Citrine Wagtail (Citronvipstjert) from very close and the Wrynecks (Vendehals), and lots of raptors. He also went to Skagen to Galleri Molevit where Axel Thorenfeldt's paintings are exhibited ! You should take a look if you didn't already !

Simon also got to see the two highlights of the day when he was at the ringing this morning. But he spent most of the day making podcasts about raptors. He also looked into the planning of the next guided tours.

The radar is also being installed, we hope tomorrow it will be ready and we will start shooting raptorswith the laser binoculars with Thomas and Rasmus help at the radar.

Have a good evening,


Ringmæking Kabeltrommeln:

Gærdesmutte (Wren) - 2

Rødhals (Robin) - 6

Munk (Blackcap) - 2

Gransanger (Chiffchaff) - 12

Løvsanger (Willow Warbler) - 8

Grønsisken (Siskin) - 1

Gærdesanger (Lesser Whitethroat) - 1

Total : 32

People: Simon S. Christiansen, Hanelie Sidhu, Alice Scalzo, Manuel Tacke, Robbe Cool, Lisa Vergin, Rasmus Due Nielsen, Thomas Kjær Christensen, Birthe & Hans Christophersen.

Golden day

mandag 25. april 2022
af Robbe Cool

Surprised by the brightness of the sun, I woke up to late this morning because the battery of my phone died. I hurried to Nordstrand and there I met Manuel and Jørgen Hulbæk Christiansen among others. The migration was better than yesterday but there were no real highlights except for a possible Lapland longspur “Lapværling”. The numbers of red-throated divers “rødstrubede lom” were quite surprising and we finished the morning with more than thousand birds. While Manuel stayed at Nordstrand to enjoy the birds, I went to the cormorant lake and saw the glaucous gull “Gråmåge” landing and resting there.

Just when we wanted to leave to the lighthouse, we had a surprising zello about three golden eagles “Kongeørn” coming our way. We decided to go to a good viewpoint near the lemonade hill and started to scan the sky. We had a lot of different raptors but the eagles were nowhere to be seen. Until I found one just above us. We were both really excited with this observation and really enjoyed the next hour where we saw eagle four times.


Only our stomachs were not so happy and we agreed with Hanelie and Alice that they would bring us a picknick. They finished earlier already because, once again, the ringing was slow with less than 20 birds. Fortunately, we finally caught the first redpolls “Lille gråsisken”. Meanwhile Alex arrived too and showed them his lovely paintings that can now be seen in Galleri Molevit until the 8th of May.


We all met in the city in the early afternoon, for Manuel and me to have our lunch, for all of us to enjoy a nice ice-cream.  We were accompanied by many raptors migrating on top of the city so we found ourselves a nice observation spot and watched the rough-legged buzzard “Fjeldvåge”, harriers “høg” and black kite “sort glente”.


Alice and I stayed a bit longer to look for clothes in outdoorshops and on our way back, we saw the golden eagle again. Immediately when we arrived, we joined the lecture about Skagen’s butterflies given by Jørgen Kabel. It was a really interesting presentation with adorable pictures taken by him. We are fully prepared to go on butterfly-hunt now. We were so captivated by the beauty of the species that Simon was afraid we would stop watching birds. Not only the guests joined us for this presentation but also Simon and Jørgen Hulbæk Christiansen.


Simon joined us for most of the day, but in the afternoon, he had a meeting with the director of birdlife Denmark. The guests joined the ringing in the morning and made a walk to Grenen afterwards. In the afternoon they enjoyed the golden eagle as well.

When we had the evening meeting, Rasmus and Thomas came to get the right equipment to make the radar operable the next days.

Klik her for at se dagens observationer indtastet i DOFbasen af observatører i området (Today’s observations in DOFbasen from observers in the area)

People: Simon S. Christiansen, Hanelie Sidhu, Alice Scalzo, Manuel Tacke, Robbe Cool, Lisa Vergin, Rasmus Due Nielsen, Jørgen Hulbæk Christiansen, Thomas Kjær Christensen, Jørgen Kabel, Birthe & Hans Christophersen, Axel Thorenfeldt

Ringing Kabletromle

Gransanger: 4

Solsort: 1

Rødhals: 1

Lille gråsisken: 2

Løvsanger: 2

Gærdesmutte: 3

Total: 13

Early birds

søndag 24. april 2022
af Manuel Tacke

A fresh breeze from the north-east prevented us from putting up the nests for ringing this morning. When the wind is (too) strong, firstly there is less bird activity in the bushes and secondly the birds see nets inflated much more.

So it was a quiet morning for Alice and Robbe, who devoted themselves to cleaning the flat and got some paper work done. Hanelie and Manuel, on the other hand, were at Nordstrand shortly after sunrise, practically crouched into the dune to escape the sharp wind a bit. Together with a few local birders, we were soon surprised by two harriers, one of which quickly turned out to be a female Pallid Harrier Steppehøg.

The second individual was subsequently identified as this species from photographs. A good start. Otherwise, the bird migration (probably due to the weather) decreased significantly after the first hour and was also much less (visible?) than the past few days. At sea, a few Long-tailed Ducks Havlit mingled with the Common Scoters Sortand. These beautiful ducks are now in their breeding plumages. Also always a little highlight are Black Guillemots Tejst, today two birds flew just above the water surface heading east. The migration of the Arctic Skuas Almindelig Kjove continues, very beautiful to watch this elegant and powerful birds, as they often move very close to the beach and try to steal the prey from gulls or terns. In between the several Sandwich Terns Splitterne we could again manage to find some of our summery guests with red bills.

Hanelie then joined a German-Danish guided tour thankfully provided some German explanations. Highlights during the tour around the "tip" were some birds of prey, like quite a few Rough-Legged Buzzards Fjeldvåge and Kites Rød Glente & Sort Glente. There was a lot of interest in our work and an interesting exchange.


As we had postponed our regular clean-up-Saturday to today, we used the day also for sprucing up the flat. In the evening, new guests also arrived: Birte and Hans (Skagen Bird Observatory board member) are staying for a week and we are looking forward to going out together. The first thing they did was a long walk around the area, noticing many Kestrels Tårnfalk, it seems it was a good migration day for this species. Also, they passed by the Cormorant Lake Skarvsøen, realising that the birds really started off with the breeding activities, they counted almost double as many active nests than we did a week before. Some beautiful Vipers enjoying the evening sun allowed nice observations, too.



Folk/People: Hanelie Sidhu, Alice Scalzo, Manuel Tacke, Robbe Cool, Andreas Pedersen, Niels Eriksen, Birte & Hans Christophersen


Saker Falcon "Slagfalk", Short-eared owl "Mosehornugle" and Pallid Harrier "Steppehøg"

lørdag 23. april 2022
af Hanelie Sidhu

Good evening everyone!

Today Alice and I cycled to Kabeltromle in the morning and opened the nets. Simon and Lisa also arrived just as we finished opening the nets and soon after Manuel and Robbe with the telescopes as they were doing the Morning Obs from Kabletromle today.



Today we had some spectators while ringing among them a group of Denmarks naturfredningsforening. Later, Jørgen and his wife with Igor also came.



And in the first round we already had a great surprise in the net: On the north side, we had a nice Sparrowhawk "Spurvehøg" female in the net! We were all excited, as we had been hoping for this for days, recently, there have been some at Kabletromle.



This was the only highlight while ringing today, but a good one, otherwise it was very quiet. But we did get to see some really cool birds from Kabeltromle: We saw the Saker Falcon "Slagfalk", it is the 2nd record in Skagen and the 4th record in Denmark! We also had a nice Pallid Harrier "Steppehøg" and a Short-eared Owl "Mosehornugle". The weather was very good and in the hope of seeing the Saker Falcon "Slagfalk" again, we stayed a little longer. We didn't see him, but we did see a Small Copper "Lille Idfugl", one of the first this year! After returning to the station we had lunch, then Patricia came and brought us two dead Guillemots "Lomvie" for the freezer. Thank you! Robbe and Manuel then went to Flaubakken and spent the afternoon there. They had lots of Raptors, Rough-legged Buzzards "Fjeldvåge", Hobbies "Lærkfalk", Kites "Glente", Ospreys "Fiskeørn", Harrieres "Kærhøg". Alice worked on her university applications, I had a refreshing nap and then entered the ringing data. Lisa and Simon went to Thorkild Duch today, who stuffed a Red-necked Grebe "Gråstrubet Lappedykker" and a Short-eared Owl "Mosehornugle" for the lighthouse. Thank you, the Red-necked Grebe "Gråstrubet Lappedykker" has been given a place of honor in the living room!



They also met Axel Emil Thorenfeldt, a bird-artist whose highly exhibition of his bird drawings, which we highly recommend, will open tomorrow at Galleri Molevit in Skagen. After the evening meeting we ate Manuel's lovely dinner and Robbe is already cooking for tomorrow! So we have already one thing to look forward to, now we just need cool birds for tomorrow! 

So see you then, take care!



Ringing Kabletromle


Gransanger: 4

Fuglekonge: 1

Rødhals: 4

Jernspurv: 1

Gærdesmutte: 3

Løvsanger: 1

Spurvehøg: 1


Total: 15



People: Simon S. Christiansen, Hanelie Sidhu, Alice Scalzo, Manuel Tacke, Robbe Cool, Lisa Vergin, Jørgen Kabel and Igor.





Butterfly twitch !

fredag 22. april 2022
af Alice Scalzo

This morning Hanelie was first to get up, she went to Nordstrand for morning observations, and was son followed by Joakim Matthiesen, Jørgen Hulbæk Christiansen, Lars Paaby, that helped her count. There were quite a few Sparrowhawks (Spurvehøg) already, but also Ring Ouzels (Ringdrossel) and kestrels (Tårnfalk). Manuel and Robbe also joined. There weren't many birds, but they saw a Great northern diver (Islom). 


Meanwhile I stayed here to work on my applications for universities, and the picture archive. Robbe came back earlier because he had to work on a group project for university.
In the afternoon Hannelie worked on the raptor gps project, and also went into town to get her long awaited haircut ! After that she went to the bakery and bought us some nice pastries, on the way back she stopped at Batteriskoven to see the Camberwell Beauty (Sørgekåbe), there she met Jørgen that was already photographing the beautiful butterfly. Robbe, Manuel, and I also went there a bit later, we also had a nice but short observation of the butterfly. 
Reports came about a large sized falcon from Observers at Flagbakken in the afternoon and the pictures later showed what seems to be a Saker Falcon!
Simon looked to get two new telescopes, and talked with future volunteers. Lisa and him also got to see the butterflies.
Tomorrow we will be out ringing, let's hope we get some nice catches !
Have a good evening,
People: Simon S. Christiansen, Hanelie Sidhu, Alice Scalzo, Manuel Tacke, Robbe Cool, Lisa Vergin, Jørgen Kabel, Joakim Matthiesen, Jørgen Hulbæk Christiansen, Lars Paaby, Thomas Kjær Christensen.

An enlightened free day

torsdag 21. april 2022
af Robbe Cool

Because we could take a morning off today, we took advantage of this yesterday. Hanelie had another try for nightcatching but didn't catch anything unfortunately. Alice and I had a nice beach walk and saw the sea lighting up because of the “Morild”.

In the morning, Manuel and Hanelie wake up early because they are so used to the early rhythm. They went to the Poul Eeg camping, the industrial area, the beach and Flagbakken. They made a detour along the way to see a possible Iberian chiffchaff but in the end, it was just the common chiffchaff. They had a good time with nice observations of pallid harrier “Steppehøg”, hobby “Lærkefalkand” ring ouzels “ringdrossel”.

Meanwhile, I made a walk too and saw a nice rough-legged buzzard “Fjeldvåge”. Alice joined me and we finally went to the second hand shop. When cycling around in the harbour we climbed in a pier from which we could see three black guillemots “tejst” from very close.


Eventually I had a nice breakfast at 3 o clock when went back to the city. It was nice to try some traditional Danish dishes.

We all arrived at the station around the same time. It was a chill afternoon and we didn't have to cook because we had dinner with the people from blink and the exhibition again. Søren made a really nice curry for us and we all had a lovely evening with good talks.

Simon and Lisa have been busy too. Lisa started her day with working in the garden, while Simon was working on the radar together with Thomas and Jan Janssen. Later in the day, they went to Saftevandsbakken with Søren Knorr Søndergaard and saw the Camberwell beauty “Sørgekåbe”. Both Lisa and Manuel made a delicious cake for us in the afternoon.


Unfortunately the wind is still too strong to go ringing tomorrow, but we are looking forward a sunny day with some nice migration.

Klik her for at se dagens observationer indtastet i Dofbasen af observatører i området (Today’s observations in Dofbasen from observers in the area)

Sum of the raptors in the area based on observations typed into DOFbasen the same day


People: Simon S. Christiansen, Hanelie Sidhu, Alice Scalzo, Manuel Tacke, Robbe Cool, Lisa Vergin, Søren Knorr Søndergaard, Thomas Kjær

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