Tag Archives: Snow Bunting

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Plectrophenax nivalis

… Also known as Snow Bunting. One of those birds that I always find a treat to watch and frame. Most of the time they are pretty busy, searching for food. We only get to […]

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Snow Bunting

One of the species we found on Heligoland, was the Snow Bunting. Of course, I had seen them in The Netherlands as well (and in Iceland), since usually we have some in winter hanging around. […]

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The Illusion of Movement

Over the last weeks, I was lucky enough to have a rather cooperative Snow Bunting not too far from my home (see also this previous blog). This gave me ample opportunity to try for some ‘different’ […]

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Snow Bunting

This time of year the first Snow Buntings can be seen along the coast line. When visiting harbors and beaches, it is always good to keep an eye out for them. I spotted my season’s first […]

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In Flight

Last weekend we spent some days in the province of Zeeland, one of the hotspots for birders in the Netherlands. Strong winds and rain made for some real ‘dutch’ weather. However, at the same time […]

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No Snow, but Bunting

  Yesterday morning I stumbled upon a Snow Bunting (Sneeuwgors) – the first for me this season. Another sign that migration is in progress! Hopefully there will be more (species of) Bunting(s) that decide to […]

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