06.04.2015 – Migration Diary

28th day was occasionally stomy, high windy and chilly. Until now, today was the most colourful day in terms of variety of species. Totally, about 3,000 birds from 18 different species was counted. There was a slight increase in the number of the Lesser Spotted Eagle and passing of White Storks predominantly. Today’s species are White Stork, Lesser Spotted Eagle, Common Buzzard, Booted Eagle, Sparrowhawk, Black Stork, Short-toed Snake Eagkle, Marsh Harrier, Kestrel, Black Kite, Hen Harrier, Montagu’s Harrier, Pallid Harrier, Greater Spotted Eagle, Osprey, Long-legged Buzzard, Goshawk and Peregrine Falcon. Tomorrow there may be the passing between the pecipitation.

11067596_10152909103953795_1244001905_o Marsh Harrier

11101837_10152909103963795_1665914277_o A flock of Lesser Spotted Eagle

11144776_10152909103983795_193295285_o Lesser Spotted Eagle

11094736_10152909103968795_789433593_oOsprey

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