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Dunlin - MyrsnipeCalidris alpina
Kärrsnäppa - Almindelig Ryle - Suosirri  - Becasseau variable



Dunlin are extremely rare during the spring but very regular in the autumn. The vast majority are seen on direct passage - often during headwinds. The majority turn up during September.



The blue line shows number of visits, the orange one the number of visits when Dunlin have been recorded and the green one (numbers on right hand axis) shows the average numbers I have recorded in any three day period.

For further details click here Numbers at Stag Rocks, Bamburgh, Northumberland (UK)

Dunlin occurrence at Skogsøy

Occurrence of Dunlin at Skogsøy, SW Norway
Occurrence of Dunlin at Skogsøy by week number, SW Norway (artsobs)

Maximum: 700



Dunlins migrating in strong headwinds, October 2018
Dunlins migrating in strong headwinds, October 2018

Dunlin migrating with Oystercatcher, May 2018
Dunlin migrating with Oystercatcher, May 2018



References
Tveit, B.O., Mobakken, G. og Bryne, O. 2004 Fugler og fuglafolk på Utsira. Utsira Fuglestasjon
Website: Fugler i Hordaland - Skogsøy i Øygarden 





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