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Susanne wrote: September 22nd, 2021, 7:27 pm... And they have also counted 1458 Black Storks !!! ...
Susanne, thank you very much :wave:
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23. September

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Aire (23.09.) - 529 km (+ 8 km) - 1 day - Belarus
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Holger (22.09.) - 424 km (+ 112 km) - 2 days - Lithuania
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Jaan (18.09.) - 374 km (+ 163 km) - 3 days - LatviaBelarus - no new data
https://www.looduskalender.ee/forum/vie ... 57#p830757

Jaana (22.09.) - 540 km (+ 58 km) 1 day - Lithuania
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Karin (17.09.) - 728 km (+ 135 km) - 2 days - Belarus - no new data
https://www.looduskalender.ee/forum/vie ... 58#p830758

Magnus (17.09.) - 218 km (+ 163 km) - 3 days - EstoniaLatvia - no new data
https://www.looduskalender.ee/forum/vie ... 59#p830759

Rita (22.09.) - 1716 km (+ 592 km) - 3 days - UkraineRomania
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Susanne wrote: September 22nd, 2021, 7:27 pm ....
https://www.trektellen.org/count/view/1143/20210921
Really big and notable streams heading south !
:hi: Susanne .... thank you very much!
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Vilja (15.09.) - 2005 km (+ 99 km) - 4 days
Balmazújváros - Hajdú-Bihar county - Hungary
Hi Sova
No more news from Vilja? Last data is from a week ago.
Vilja usually comes to border of Spain and Portugal. A place where lots of cranes come
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garina do mar wrote: September 23rd, 2021, 8:38 pm Hi Sova
No more news from Vilja? Last data is from a week ago.
Vilja usually comes to border of Spain and Portugal. A place where lots of cranes come
:hi: Good evening "garina do mar"
Yes, I know, Aldea del Cano! ... but she was in Algeria for the first year ... who knows ...
No, not yet, but that means that Vilja stays safely in the same place and feels the stomach :D
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sova wrote: September 23rd, 2021, 8:52 pm but she was in Algeria for the first year ... who knows ...
No, not yet, but that means that Vilja stays safely in the same place and feels the stomach :D
I think Vilja passed through Algeria to come do the Iberian peninsula. Birds do strange trips :puzzled:
So, when there is no data it means that Vilja has stopped, not problems with the bird or the GPS thing?
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garina do mar wrote: September 23rd, 2021, 9:01 pm I think Vilja passed through Algeria to come do the Iberian peninsula. Birds do strange trips :puzzled:
So, when there is no data it means that Vilja has stopped, not problems with the bird or the GPS thing?
If the birds stay in the same area, there is no new update every day. In addition, Mr. Urmas must have time ... don't worry!
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sova wrote: September 23rd, 2021, 9:11 pm If the birds stay in the same area, there is no new update every day. In addition, Mr. Urmas must have time ... don't worry!
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Thanks! :2thumbsup:
Yes, in 2019 it was quite a long tour
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Susanne wrote: September 22nd, 2021, 7:27 pm ...
I have just explored a little the trektellen.org site, because I wanted to know where the most Lesser Spotted Eagles have been counted so far per day.
At Bourgas, Bulgaria, Sept 21 - 4389!!
And they have also counted 1458 Black Storks !!!

https://www.trektellen.org/count/view/1143/20210921
Really big and notable streams heading south !
Thank you very much, Susanne!
It is very interesting to know!

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Promised: I will hold myself back with posting regularly trektellen.org-results, but: there is a notable count of Lesser Spotted Eagles on Sept 23, again at Bourgas, Bulgaria.

- On Sept 21, it was 4389 (I posted this already, cloud-cover: 7/8, visibility: 12 000 m).
- On Sept 22: 229. (Sky was fully cloud covered, visibility: 8000 m). Black Storks: 30.
- Sept 23: cloud-cover:6/8, visibility: 10 000 m
Black Storks: 643

LSE: 6497 !!! Total Sept 21-23 at Bourgas alone: 11 115 Lesser Spotted Eagles.

https://www.trektellen.org/count/view/1143/20210923
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Susanne wrote: September 24th, 2021, 6:40 pm Promised: I will hold myself back with posting regularly trektellen.org-results, but: .....
Please don´t hold yourself back - for me it is a very welcome and informative contribution to this topic. Thank you! :thumbs:

Very interesting to compare these 'hotspots' with the current positions of our LSEs and GSEs on the birdmap :nod:
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Thank you Bea!
OK, I won't exaggerate then. But you are absolutely right: we in fact have something to compare! I am curious if one of "our" 'tracker-birds' by chance crosses one of those stations (those stations: I check Batumi daily, just for fun, so to speak, I'll try to keep an eye on Bourgas which also seems to be a super hotspot/bottle neck for our bird species).
But nothing seems to be predictable, see Black Storks: on one day almost 1500, the next day: 30.
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24.09 Birdmap update by osprey VIJA - 1766 km, she is already in France and sent data near Guewenheim ( a commune in the Haut-Rhin department in Grand Est in north-eastern France) :D
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25. September

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https://www.looduskalender.ee/forum/vie ... 52#p830952


Elena (27.08.) - 5782 km - Chad (probably already in winter quarters - Central African Republic)

Markus (21.09.) - 5969 km (+466 km) Bemato in the southern part of Chad - no new data
https://www.looduskalender.ee/forum/vie ... 52#p830952
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Hellem wrote: September 25th, 2021, 2:47 pm 24.09 Birdmap update by osprey VIJA - 1766 km (+ 1552 km) - 17 days - , she is already in France and sent data near Guewenheim ( a commune in the Haut-Rhin department in Grand Est in north-eastern France) :D
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