o
Contents


»  Home
»  Introduction

Part 1. Looking back
»  Observing – crucial starting point

»  Marmoras Warbler – across the border

»  Documenting – more than just memories

»  Oriental Pratincole – learning process

»  Learning – team effort

»  Two-barred Crossbill – the power of sound

»  Note-taking – an essential investment »  Red-footed Falcons – great memories
»  Key features – keep checking!

»  Western Bonellis Warbler – for sure

»  Listing – a driving force »  Isabelline Wheatear – no doubt
»  Bird photography – more popular than ever »  Isabelline shrike’ – expecting the unexpected
»  Monitoring – a fantastic job »  Rustic Bunting – not just a tick
»  Point counts – bird migration

»  Pine Grosbeak – at touching distance

»  Home – sweet home »  Northern Hawk-Owl – wow factor
»  Wijk aan Zee – birding at a car park »  Griffon Vulture – chain reaction
»  Texel – proper birding hotspot »  White-rumped Sandpiper – winning the lottery 

»  Helgoland – magical migrant trap

»  Siberian Stonechat – local patch reward

»  Fair Isle – birder’s mecca »  Spanish Sparrow – complicated female
»  Growing up – without growing old »  Grey-tailed Tattler – no ordinary call
»  Birds – and people »  Northern Waterthrush – no deception
»  Wallcreeper – pure magic »  Tundra Peregrine Falcon – I think
»  Great Knot – not even in the field guide »  Citrine Wagtail – rare breeding bird
»  American Wigeon – taken seriously »  Common Grackle – holy guacamole!
»  White-throated Robin – needle in a haystack Up next: Common Rock Thrush
»  Rosss Gull – old school ...
»  Pacific Golden Plover – stop the car! ...

Part 2. Real-time
»  Mapping breeding birds
»  Presumed hybrid Western Bonellis x Wood Warbler
»  Western Bonellis x Wood Warbler update
»  Weather check
»  Just a plover...
»  Nearctic passerines reaching the Netherlands in autumn
...

Part 3. The Phyllo files
»  A closer look at Phylloscopus warblers

»  References
»  Appendix 1. Species list


Black Guillemot intobirding.com



Previous          Next