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News from Lista Bird Observatory

Here are the latest news from Lista Bird Observatory

Spring 2012: a reunion with 8979876 and continued positive trend for chiffchaff and blackcap (02.07.2012)
A total of 1221 birds were ringed during spring season 2012, distributed over 50 different species. This is about 200 more birds compared to last spring. The number of retrapped birds amounts to 105, the majority originally ringed at Lista. We also had the joy of meeting again, for the second time, a male wheatear that was ringed at the observatory five years ago, and that now returns to Lista every spring to breed.
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Bird Day at Lista Lighthouse (30.05.2012)
The bird observatory organizes "Bird Day" on Sunday June 3rd at Lista Lighthouse, from 09 till 13. We show bird ringing to the public (NB! weather dependent) and talk about what we do. A professional nature photographer will visit, and give inspiration to young people interested in photo. Bring a camera and get some tips about how to take good photos in nature. The info centre is open from 10 and will have coffee and waffels for sale.
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Naturveileder - ledig stilling (08.05.2012)
Natur og Fritid AS utlyser en nyopprettet stilling som naturveileder. Stillingen er et toårig heltidsengasjement, med intensjon om forlengelse. Vi søker etter en person som kan utvikle og drive formidling av fugl og natur ved Lista Fyr, og ellers i Listerregionen.
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Rapportering 2010 til DN (18.04.2012)
Rapporteringen av overvåkningsmaterialet fra Lista og Jomfruland fuglestasjoner til Direktoratet for Naturforvaltning er igang. Foreløpig er rapport for 2010 levert inn.
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One surprise, but otherwise a quiet start of spring 2012 (28.03.2012)
The observatory is open again for spring, since March 15th. It has been a quiet start of the season with mostly blackbirds in the mist nest - and surprisingly enough a woodcock.
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Søknad til kommunen om ny sjøfuglbu (07.02.2012)
Lista Fuglestasjon har nylig søkt kommunen om tillatelse til å bygge ny sjøfuglbu.
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Gift to build a new sea watching hide and new optical equipment (25.01.2012)
The observatory has received a donation of NOK 360.000 from the DNB NOR Savings Bank Foundation for a new sea watching hide, and new binoculars and telescopes for bird watching.
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Interesting autumn with owls and large numbers of chiff chaffs (16.11.2011)
All mist nets were taken down on the 15th of November, and this marks the end of autumn season for the standardized mist netting and bird ringing at the observatory. The ringing totals for autumn season ends at 6624 birds distributed over 73 species. Autumn 2011 stands out as a record season for owls. It has also been a good year for raptors, and birds that are normally not caught in the mist nets have been ringed and logged at the observatory. We have also seen an unusual number of chiff chaffs and blue tits this season.
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Open day had many visitors (05.10.2011)
About 200-300 visitors came to Lista Bird Observatory last Sunday to participate in the open day. Together with the local division of the Norwegian Ornithological Society, we organized this event to mark the autumn migration of birds and EuroBirdwatch 2011. Bird ringing was demonstrated, we had a bird quiz and invited visitors to do bird watching together with knowledgeable ornithologists.
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Vinnere av natursti på søndag (03.10.2011)
Vi har trukket ut tre vinnere av de som hadde alle riktige svar på naturstien vår på søndag.
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Open day at the bird observatory (30.09.2011)
We organize Open Day at Lista Bird Observatory together with the Norwegian Ornithological Society on Sunday Oct 2nd, from 10 till 15.
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A record night for owls (18.09.2011)
A total of 48 Tengmalm's owls and 3 pygmy owls were ringed on Friday night.
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Grey-necked bunting at Lista - a new species for Norway! (12.08.2011)
The grey-necked bunting is a new species for Norway, and has only been observed 4-5 times previously in Northern Europe. It was first seen at Lista on Gunnarsmyra next to the bird observatory on the 10th of August, and is a great sensation for birders in Norway. Many will travel long distances to see the bird and take part in this rare experience.
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The two-barred crossbills are here again (03.08.2011)
The Lista lighthouse area is invaded by two-barred crossbills again. The first ones showed up toward the end of July, and per August 3rd, we have estimated that there are a few tens of individuals in the plantation. It is nine years since the last invasion.
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Live updates from the ringing room (22.07.2011)
Follow the ringing directly as birds get registered. In addition to seeing which birds are ringed here and now, you can also look at the numbers for other days, and how the different species are doing compared to the previous 20 years. The system updates every ten minutes. Take me there!
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Seasonal deviation
Common Redpoll12-98%
Eurasian Dotterel5-89%
Ring Ouzel2-88%
Black-headed Gull529-88%
Twite13-86%
Barnacle Goose1140+579%
Willow Tit47+350%
White-tailed Eagle21+243%
Blue Tit48+167%
Northern Gannet5875+152%
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