The maps on this page show where rare bird discoveries were made in the Netherlands since 1 January 2023. Only those (sub)species, that are currently considered by the CDNA, are included. Besides accepted records, also reports (mainly from the last six months) still to be evaluated by the CDNA, are shown. When records have more than one location, only the first is being used.
The maps below show the records grouped by the wind direction on the day of discovery.
Did you know that the only Ross's Gull was found on a day with southern winds?
Rarities include Lesser Scaup, Little Crake, Spotted Sandpiper, Great Snipe, Lesser Spotted (4), Lesser / Greater Spotted, Eastern Imperial Eagle, Red-tailed Shrike, Greater Short-toed Lark, Iberian Chiffchaff (2), Eastern Subalpine Warbler, Booted Warbler, Red-spotted Bluethroat, Collared Flycatcher, Eastern Black-eared Wheatear, Black-headed Wagtail, Siberian Buff-bellied Pipit, Two-barred Crossbill, Dark-eyed Junco and Black-headed Bunting.
Rarities include Ring-necked Duck, Lesser Scaup (3), Blue-winged Teal, Little Crake, Pygmy Cormorant, Semipalmated Sandpiper, Ross's Gull, Booted Eagle, Tengmalm's, Eurasian Scops Owl, Blue-cheeked Bee-eater, Green Warbler, Siberian Lesser Whitethroat, Common Rock Thrush, Isabelline Wheatear, Cretzschmar's and Cirl Bunting.
Rarities include Greenland White-fronted Goose (2), Marbled Duck, Ring-necked Duck (4), Blue-winged Teal, Little Crake (3), Cory's / Scopoli's Shearwater, 'sand plover', Long-billed Dowitcher (2), Booted Eagle, Western / Eastern Bonelli's Warbler, Western Subalpine Warbler and Eastern Black Redstart.
Rarities include Ring-necked Duck, Lesser Scaup, Falcated Duck, Lesser Yellowlegs, Lesser / Greater Spotted (8), Booted (2), Steppe Eagle, Lesser Grey Shrike, Greater Short-toed (2), Calandra Lark, Iberian Chiffchaff (5), Booted Warbler, Red-spotted Bluethroat, Alpine Accentor (2) and Cirl Bunting.
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