We were a few people at the ringing station today so I open all the nets and they were ready
at 3.45. Around 9, three more nets were set up as well.

The sky was clear blue in the morning with little wind from the south. In the afternoon the
wind increased a bit and the sky became partly cloudy but there were very few birds around.

We stopped the ringing at 6pm with 41 birds ringed. The highlight of the early morning was
a red breasted flycatcher in the first round. It was a young male with much orange! Not the
handsome adult yet, but we are getting there. 1 robin, 1 trush nightingale, 1 restart, 1 blackbird,
2 icterine warblers, 1 lesser whitethroat, 1 garden warbler, 1 chiffchaff, 28 willow warblers,
1 greenfinch and 2 redpolls constitute the birds of today.

There also has been two more retraps from abroad today! One lesser whitethroat from sweden
and 1 meadow pipit from belgium!