Revtangen BO September 25th

Pechora Pipit, Grey-headed Woodpecker, Marsh Warbler and Horse Chestnut

A bit windy from the ESE around dawn, but the wind soon settled and the morning was pleasant and calm. Sunny most of the day. Playback on Yellow-browed Warbler, European Robin and Garden Warbler during the night, but unlike yesterday with little effect. Playback on Grey Wagtail, Olive-backed Pipit, Yellow-browed Warbler and European Goldfinch during the day. Nets open 06.30-14.30, netmeter hours approx. 2900.


1 cy Pechora Pipit. First heard calling overhead, tape-lured into a mistnet. The first record of this species at Revtangen BO. Tundrapiplerke.

Ringed: GREY-HEADED WOODPECKER 1, Lesser Spotted Woodpecker 1, Grey Wagtail 4, Meadow Pipit 1, PECHORA PIPIT 1, Winter Wren 3, Dunnock 1, European Robin 6, Common Redstart 1, Song Thrush 3, Garden Warbler 1, BARRED WARBLER 1, Blackcap 4, MARSH WARBLER 1, Willow Warbler 3, Chiffchaff 6, Coal Tit 4, Great Tit 4, Blue Tit 38, House Sparrow 1, Tree Sparrow 2, Lesser Redpoll 1, Common Linnet 1, European Goldfinch 4. Total = 93. Also 10 controls.


Male Grey-headed Woodpecker. The first since 2009. Gråspett.


1 cy Marsh Warbler. The first in 2017, on a rather late date. Myrsanger 1K. 


Horse Chestnut (Pachycnemia hippocastanaria). The first record at Revtangen BO. Smalvingemåler. 

Asbjörn Folvik, Haavard Husebö and Alf Tore Mjøs. 6 visitors.

Revtangen BO September 25th