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Northern Parulas in Iceland
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Northern Parulas Parula americana are one of the more common American wood-warblers in Iceland, although only three have been found since 1962, when regular for a few years. Eight have been recorded in Iceland, the first being found dead at Vík (in the extreme south) in October 1913 (at that time the first European record!).


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Explanations:
Figure 1 shows the distribution in Iceland, the circles showing the number of birds. Figure 2 show the distribution of records throughout the year. The red columns stand for the finding dates (weeks). R=number of records & F=number of birds. Finally, figure 3 shows the annual distribution of records in the period mentioned.

© Gunnlaugur Pétursson