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Rare bird news from Hungary, week 42-43

Posted Tuesday 30th October 2007 at 12:20 by ecotours
While the long staying White Pelican and Lesser White-fronted Geese were still present in the Hortobagy, winter visitors also arrived with several sightings of Great Spotted Eagle and Twite. Common cranes reached a historic record in Hungary with 100,400 birds counted on 21 October.
Wallcreepers and Alpine Accentors were reported from 2 other places in Hungary.
Red-throated and Black-throated Divers were also seen in good numbers.
There was a Yellow-browed Warbler ringed along the border to Austria and a Pallas's Leaf Warbler along the Ukrainian border.
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