Portal to the Lesser White-fronted Goose

- by the Fennoscandian Lesser White-fronted Goose project

Location: Hortobágy National Park, Hortobágyi Fekete-rét, Hortobágyi Fekete-rét, Hajdú-Bihar county, Hungary

Observed: 4 LWFG - 3 Ad 1 2cy.

Details: Adult pair, plus one adult, plus one 2cy, with 1300 GWfG János Tar (HNPD ranger)

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LWfG at Fekete-rét (HNP HUN) János Tar (HNPD ranger)

Location: Hortobágy National Park, Kékes, Kékes, Hajdu-Bihar, Hungary

Observed: 19 LWFG.

Details: 10+6+3, with 1250, 260 and 50 GWfG János Tar (HNPD ranger)

Location: Hortobágy National Park, Balmazújváros, Nyiro-lapos, Nyiro-lapos, Hajdú-Bihar, Hungary

Observed: 3 LWFG - 3 Ad.

Details: Adult pair plus one adult with 1200 GWfG Attila Szilágyi (HNPD ranger)

Location: Biebrza Basin-Karwowo, Biebrza Basin-Karwowo, Podlaskie, Poland

Observed: 1 LWFG - 1 Ad.

Details: Unringed bird, presumed male. Third bird found in the Biebrza Basin this spring. This individual observed with Robert Wysocki.

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Location: Evros Delta, Dimitriades, Dimitriades, Thrace, Greece

Observed: 139 LWFG.

Details: 139 LWFG observed feeding and flying around Dimitriades area. Evros Delta team. G. Iliadis, P. Ioannidis

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P. Ioannidis

Location: Biebrza Basin-Loje, Biebrza Basin-Loje, Podlaskie, Poland

Observed: 1 LWFG - 1 Ad.

Details: Unringed, in a flock of GWFG. Michał Polakowski

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Location: Kunmadaras, Bogárzó, Bogárzó, Hortobágy National Park, Hungary

Observed: 3 LWFG - 3 Ad.

Details: Adult pair plus adult, with 8000 GWfG Sándor Borza (HNPD ranger)

Location: Hortobágy National Park, Nagy-szik, Nagy-szik, Hajdú-Bihar county, Hungary

Observed: 1 LWFG - 1 Ad.

Details: With 1475 GWfG Zoltán Ecsedi, Kerecsensólyom Madarászsuli (pupils)

Location: Hortobágy National Park, Balmazújváros, Fecske-rét, Fecske-rét, Hajdú-Bihar, Hungary

Observed: 1 LWFG - 1 Ad.

Details: With 6000 GWfG Attila Szilágyi (HNPD ranger)

Location: Lake Kerkini, Trigono, Trigono, Central Macedonia, Greece

Observed: 130 LWFG.

Details: More than 130 LWfG feed east of the riparian forest during the morning. Mr. Blue is among them.

Number of results: 5965