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vissen naar ganzen
28 juni 2013

Sommige ganzen dragen geolocators, die de route en timing van de vogeltrek vastleggen. Alleen moet ik de vogels terugvangen om de gegvens te downloaden.
Gedurende de nestcontroles kom ik een mannelijke gans tegen met een geolocator. Hij bewaakt zijn nieuwgeboren kuikens zo goed, dat ik hem denk te kunnen vangen met mijn hengel.
Het stropje zit om de nek. Nu snel binnenhalen.
Eerst daarna de gans bevrijden van zijn strop.
Daarna draai ik de gans om.
En verwijder de geolocator die bevestigd is aan de witte ring met rode inscriptie.
Niet iedereen is blij mij te zien. Werden ganzen ook niet gebruikt als bewakers van het oude Rome?

Foto's door Gigi.




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20170615, 22:14
attacking tern

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20170608, 12:00
tern activity

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20160723, 19:00
tug of war

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20160719, 14:00
last terns with new geolocators

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20150711, 12:21
Catching on the roof

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20150710, 16:00
Catching terns again

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20150707, 16:00
Looking for geolocators
 

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20150615, 15:34
first geolocator of the season retrieved

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20140619, 21:45
Tern named Henk de Groot

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20140619, 2245
Tern named Tim

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20140616, 10:00
student research: arctic tern

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20140220, 23:00
return of the terns

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20140220, 23:10
tern migration

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20130722, 15:30
photography
 

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20130720, 23:00
naming terns

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20130713, 20:30
tern catching

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20130713, 21:00
tern release

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20130712, 11:15
crowdfunding ended

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20130628, 18:00
fishing geese

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20130617, 17:00
geolocators observed

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20130713, 17:00
naming terns
 

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20120723, 15:58
arctic skuas

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20120722, 15:01
red legs

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20120713, 13:00
checking terns

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20120708, 22:00
catching terns

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20120707, 11:30
geolocation

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20110628, 18:00
migration logged

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