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    nestbox and follow their parents begging loudly In this period many will be taken by the Arctic fox Climbing Margje has worked several seasons with great tits in the Netherlands She likes small birds For me they are too small difficult to see Wildlifecameras near the nest register daily rhytms of activity The birds sleep between 0 00 and 02 00 AM despite the full daylight home weblog science people

    Original URL path: http://www.arcticstation.nl/weblog.php?nr=1147 (2016-02-10)
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    It is a sunny evening and Margje and Suzanne walk to Brandalpynkten to count birds We were asked to monitor the birds during the construction activity see also here They look rather scary with their sunglasses home weblog science people station ny ålesund sightings sitemap nederlands previous present next overview 20150703 13 56 20150703 19 53 20150704 14 30 all items shown with small pics Prins Heinrich Bird count Ringing

    Original URL path: http://www.arcticstation.nl/weblog.php?nr=1145 (2016-02-10)
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    breeding islands and Suzanne and Margje check the nests of barnacle geese on hatch dates and nest parasites The last island to visit is Prins Heinrich just outside town We arrive in survival suits whci they leave on the beach and continue home weblog science people station ny ålesund sightings sitemap nederlands previous present next overview 20150630 23 00 20150703 13 56 20150703 19 53 all items shown with small

    Original URL path: http://www.arcticstation.nl/weblog.php?nr=1143 (2016-02-10)
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    The dream which started at a party has become reality Herman sailed from The Netherlands to Spitsbergen and continues via Jan Mayen and Iceland home In Ny Ålesund Else Boekema and Chris Kuipers came on board and together they continued north What a trip You can follow his journey on http www sy cachalot nl home weblog science people station ny ålesund sightings sitemap nederlands previous present next overview 20150629

    Original URL path: http://www.arcticstation.nl/weblog.php?nr=1141 (2016-02-10)
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    at which site the mother collected the food to make the egg during spring staging in Norway or earlier in Scotland or later on the Arctic tundra By studying isotope profiles we hope to link the origin of the nutrients to the migration strategy home weblog science people station ny ålesund sightings sitemap nederlands previous present next overview 20150628 14 00 20150629 14 55 20150630 23 00 all items shown

    Original URL path: http://www.arcticstation.nl/weblog.php?nr=1139 (2016-02-10)
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    The geese are constant on the run West of town a fox has caught a group of families on a small pond The fox does not want to go in the water while the geese threaten and defend their goslings No casualties this time home weblog science people station ny ålesund sightings sitemap nederlands previous present next overview 20150625 13 00 20150628 14 00 20150629 14 55 all items shown

    Original URL path: http://www.arcticstation.nl/weblog.php?nr=1137 (2016-02-10)
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    to pick up Delphin and Saga who have been counting seabirds on the cliffs Saga and Delphin are waiting for us at the beach They have collected also quite some carbage from an old burned installation Fuglehuken in the fog but still impressive All our trip we could not see the mountains in the fog Near Stuphallet we see a floating boat with Nick Cox He has landed a group

    Original URL path: http://www.arcticstation.nl/weblog.php?nr=1129 (2016-02-10)
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    north of Spitsbergen The most positive and not believed by many estimate of the population on this side of the world was just 100 after being exterminated by 17th century whaling The last blue whale seen in the fjord was in 2007 Most blue whales stay about 50 km off the west coast of Spitsbergen Unfortunately the people of the Netherlands Arctic Station missed the whale today The man who

    Original URL path: http://www.arcticstation.nl/weblog.php?nr=1123 (2016-02-10)
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