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Vangen op het dak

11 juli 2015, 12:21

Op het dak van Renseverket zit een noordse stern met een geolocator aan een blauwe ring. Renseverket is het hoogste gebouw van het dorp met een betonnen dak waarop half vergane houten planken. Het is een donker industrieel monument met een spookachtige sfeer. Maar het is ook eeb veilige plek voor de nestelende noordse sternen. Gisteren hebbenw e al geprobeerd deze vogel te vangen. Maar het klapnetje bleef steken achter een spijker. Vandaag proberen we het overnieuw met een ander model vangnet. Dat gaat redelijk snel. Als Janwillem weer naar binnen klimt maak ik deze foto die de sfeer van het gebouw mooi mee vastlegt.



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