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News from Lista Bird Observatory

Here are the latest news from Lista Bird Observatory

REPORT October 2015 (06.11.2015)
A total of 1306 birds were ringed during October on the standardized protocol (626 birds less than in 2014). In broad terms the month has been on temperature average and much drier than average, in contrast with September which was much wetter than normal. Compared to all months in 2015 which have resulted in very low numbers on the standardized trapping, October has been one of the best months but still 19% below average.
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Bird monitoring at Lista- and Jomfruland B.O. 2014 (03.11.2015)
Lista and Jomfruland Bird Observatory is out with a new report. The annual report "Population monitoring at Jomfruland- and Lista Bird Observatory in 2014 " presents long-term trends from standardised mist-netting for 54 bird species in the whole 25 - year period from 1990-2014. The report in Norwegian can be downloaded.
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REPORT September 2015 (05.10.2015)
A total of 367 birds were ringed during September on the standardized protocol (1182 birds less than in 2014). In broad terms the month has been warmer and much wetter than average. All months in 2015 have resulted in very low numbers on the standardized trapping and all being below average. September 2015 has had the lowest ringing numbers compared to any other September since the standardized started in 1990.
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2015 - All time low for migrating passerines (15.09.2015)
Lista Bird Observatory has been monitoring passerines using standardized catching with the aid of mist-nets for 25 years. We are now halfway through the autumn season, which for the ringing station is from 15th July to 15th November. As the majority of insectivorous passerines have now left Norway, we can make a preliminary conclusion.
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Bluethroats breeding in Norway winter in Asia (14.09.2015)
Last week a new study was published carried out by Norwegian, Czech and Swiss scientists. The article's title is "Red-spotted Bluethroats Luscinia s. svecica migrate along the Indo-European flyway: a geolocator study" and has been published at the Bird Study journal.
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REPORT August 2015 (10.09.2015)
A total of 444 birds were ringed during August on the standardized protocol (107 birds less than in 2014). In broad terms the month has been warmer and wetter than average. All months in 2015 have resulted with very low numbers on the standardized trapping and being all below average.
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REPORT July 2015 (11.08.2015)
In broad terms the month has been much colder, wetter and windier than last year; however as last July was quite atypical it has actually been a more or less average July. A total of 380 birds were ringed during the last two weeks of July on the standardized protocol (334 birds less than in 2014).
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Training and volunteering at LIBO (13.07.2015)
Training and volunteer: The Observatory is one of the most important ringing stations in Norway. Our geographic situation combined with the variety of habitats makes it one of the best places in Norway for both breeding and migrating birds.
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Bird Observatory spring report 2015 (01.07.2015)
By Aïda López This spring the numbers of caught birds in the standarized ringing campaign ended below normal average. The weather was especially cold and wet from the last week in April until late June. Especially insectivorous migratory birds (Warblers and Thrushes) were caught in low numbers, while especially Lesser Redpoll and Siskins drew the numbers up. Seabird migration was in general quite good, maybe with a little help of winds from western sector.
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Lista Bird Observatory – report May 2015 (09.06.2015)
A total of 470 birds were ringed during the month; 419 in mist nets during the standardized protocol (138 birds less than in 2014) with 51 birds being recaptures and birds caught in spring traps.
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25th Anniversary LiBO 28-30th August (22.05.2015)
On 28-30th August Lista Bird Observatory celebrates its 25th anniversary with feast and activities throughout the weekend!
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Lista Bird Observatory is taken over by Birdlife Norway (21.04.2015)
After 25 years as an independent member organization, Lista Bird Observatory was from April 1st reorganized and the operation of the Observatory became a part of the Norwegian Ornithological Society (NOF), the Norwegian Birdlife partner. The Observatory will now be organized as a separate project in the main association and in some way a NOF national bird observatory.
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LIBO and Jomfruland Annual repport 2013 (18.03.2015)
A new report from Lista and Jomfruland bird observatories is published. The full report (in Norwegian) can be downloaded. In 2013, especially birds that feed on invertebrates taken from the ground, like Lapwings and Woodcock, got serious problems in the early spring. A portion of the first Lapwings that arrived to Norway, nesting at Lista, died of cold / starvation. It was unusually cold throughout Europe in this period and the first migratory birds that arrived was evidently in very poor condition.
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Noen ganger kan det nytte! (14.01.2015)
NVE valgte å si nei til konsesjonssøknaden om vindkraftverk på Siragrunnen den 13.januar. Dette var et vindkraftverk som kunne ha kommet rett i Lista Fuglestasjons nærområde. I prosessen har stasjonens materiale og kunnskap om fuglene som trekker gjennom området vært viktig, sammen med andre faktorer. Ved fuglestasjonen er vi svært fornøyd med at vårt materiale kommer til nytte i behandlingen av slike store og viktige saker.
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Jay - irruptive species of the autumn (15.09.2014)
If you have been to the western part of the Lista peninsula in the recent weeks, you should have noticed that the Jay (Garrulus glandarius) occurs in large numbers. Flocks of different sizes are constantly trying to migrate from the lighthouse area, and the daily numbers of migrating birds as well as ringed birds are higher than ever before.
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Common Redpoll3-98%
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Mew Gull23498+226%
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