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Yellow-browed Warblers in Iceland
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The first Yellow-browed Warbler Phylloscopus inornatus in Iceland was found in October 1951 at Akranes (SW-Iceland). These are amazingly regular visitors, considering that no Richard's Pipit Anthus richardi have been found here so far! 126 birds had been recorded up to and including 2011.


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Explanations:

  • Figure 1 shows the distribution of records in Iceland, the circles representing different numbers of birds and the blue triangles records at sea.
  • Figure 2 shows the weekly distribution of records. Red columns show the week of discovery and the yellow columns all observations after the first week (for birds that are seen more than one week).
    R = number of records & F = number of birds.
  • Figure 3 shows the annual distribution of new records for the period mentioned.

    © Gunnlaugur Pétursson / Yann Kolbeinsson