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Welcome to daily reports, thanks to which you will be able to stay in touch with us and get fresh news on counting migratory birds over Vistula Spit. Every day we will report to you outcomes and our impressions and we will attach some nice photos. Enjoy!

Day Ninety Two

We are slowly finishing our adventure with counting migratory birds of prey.

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Day Ninety One

Anything can happen on the 13th? as say the lyrics of an evergreen by Kasia Sobczyk, and it did.

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Day Ninety

The auks didn?t mind the idyll and tranquility by the sea, and 270 of them migrated East.

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Day Eighty Nine

A couple of white-tailed eagles in all their glory were passionately patrolling their area.

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Day Eighty Eight

Storm over the Baltic Sea caused a total stagnation among birds flying over the sea.

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Day Eighty Seven

The rule is confirmed that whenever something is going on the sea, it stays calm around the tower-no migrations.

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Day Eighty Six

The weather wasn?t nice but no surprise, after all it is November.

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Day Eighty Five

November is not indulgent. The tower is effectively resisting strong blows of north-western wind, the same wind that covered the sea with white manes.

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Day Eighty Four

Today not very many birds around the tower but it wasn?t boring anyway. As a keen meteorologist and a weather girl I had a lot of views to look at ;).

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Day Eighty Three

From the morning the whole tower was shrouded in mist, consequently the visibility was none.

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