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Seltene Vögel in Deutschland 2017 [Rare Birds in Germany 2017]

Report
By: Deutsche Avifaunistische Kommission (DAK)(Author)
68 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour maps
Seltene Vögel in Deutschland 2017 [Rare Birds in Germany 2017]
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Language: German

The seventh volume in the Seltene Vögel in Deutschland series provides a further comprehensive overview of the occurrence of rarities in Germany. The core contribution of the 68-page report is the compilation of the evidence of rare bird species in Germany in 2017. In addition to the first evidence of Asiatic scoter and brown booby and the third observation of Asian desert warbler and grey-necked bunting, the first evidence of breeding by spectacled warblers and black-headed buntings is particularly noteworthy for Germany. This and several hundred other documents are presented in detail and with numerous photos and additional graphics and maps.

Summary in German:
Mit der jüngst veröffentlichten siebten Ausgabe der Reihe „Seltene Vögel in Deutschland“ folgt ein weiterer umfassender Überblick über das Auftreten von Seltenheiten in Deutschland. Kernbeitrag des 68 Seiten umfassenden Heftes ist die Zusammenstellung der Nachweise seltener Vogelarten in Deutschland im Jahr 2017. Neben den Erstnachweisen von Kamtschatkasamtente und Weißbauchtölpel und den dritten Nachweisen von Wüstengrasmücke und Steinortolan sind vor allem auch die ersten Brutnachweise von Brillengrasmücke und Kappenammer für Deutschland bemerkenswert. 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)
68 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour maps
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