Alder Flycatcher (Empidonax alnorum)


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19:22 21/09/16
Kvitsoy, Rogaland
BOU announcement: Alder Flycatcher accepted on to Category A of the British List following bird at Nanjizal Valley, Cornwall on 8-9 October 2008 (see here). An article explaining the identification as Alder Flycatcher appeared on the BirdGuides webzine in 2008 - view it here.
22:27 10/10/03

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Alder Flycatcher has been reported in the following areas (Bird News Extra subscribers can see a list of all records, as well as charts and graphs analysing the data by area, year, month, age and sex):

Cornwall (1)Norfolk (1)

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Fri 30/09/16
Rarity finders: On the Traill of the unexpected
Rarity finders On the Traill of the unexpected
Tor Olsen scored heavily on the Norwegian island of Kvitsøy when he came across the country's first Empidonax flycatcher.  read on read on
Wed 10/09/14
BOU: Alder Flycatcher added to BOU's British List
BOU Alder Flycatcher added to BOU's British List
Alder Flycatcher has been accepted on to the British List, along with three other new 'firsts'.  read on read on
Wed 29/09/10
BTO: Cornish Alder Flycatcher revisited
BTO Cornish Alder Flycatcher revisited
With debate raging on the identification of the Norfolk Empid, here we revisit the Cornish bird from September 2009.  read on read on
Tue 21/10/08
BTO: So it was an Alder Fly because
BTO So it was an Alder Fly because
Kester Wilson and Mark Grantham of the BTO with the headlines of the Empid's biometrics.  read on read on

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