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Seltene Vögel in Deutschland 2015 [Rare Birds in Germany 2015]

Report
By: Deutsche Avifaunistische Kommission (DAK)(Author)
64 pages, colour photos, colour maps
Seltene Vögel in Deutschland 2015 [Rare Birds in Germany 2015]
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Language: German

A greater short-toed lark graces the cover of the fifth installment in the series Seltene Vögel in Deutschland. The core of the 64-page report is, as usual, the DAK Rarity Report on the evidence of rare bird species in Germany in 2015. Among the highlights are the first records of the Syrian woodpecker and Bulwer's petrel. Other notable observations from 2015 are Germany's second and third semipalmated sandpiper, the third observation of Swainson's thrush and eastern black-eared wheatear, as well as the fourth observation of a Calandra lark, spectacled warbler and eyebrowed thrush. These and several hundred other observations are presented in detail and presented with numerous photos and complementary graphics and maps.

Summary in German:
Eine Kurzzehenlerche ziert das Titelbild der bereits fünften Ausgabe der Reihe Seltene Vögel in Deutschland. Kern des 64 Seiten umfassenden Heftes bildet wie gewohnt der Seltenheitenbericht der DAK über die Nachweise seltener Vogelarten in Deutschland im Jahr 2015. Zu den Highlights gehören die Erstnachweise von Blutspecht und Bulwersturmvogel. Weitere bemerkenswerte Nachweise aus 2015 sind Deutschlands zweiter und dritter Sandstrandläufer, die dritten Beobachtungen von Zwergdrossel und Balkansteinschmätzer sowie die vierten Nachweise von Kalanderlerche, Brillengrasmücke und Weißbrauendrossel. Diese und mehrere hundert weitere Nachweise werden detailliert und mit zahlreichen Fotos und ergänzenden Grafiken und Karten präsentiert.

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Report
By: Deutsche Avifaunistische Kommission (DAK)(Author)
64 pages, colour photos, colour maps
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