Fieldwork – highlights

Now that I’ve gotten a lot of some much needed rest since the end of the 2014 Gotland fieldwork season, I thought I’d share some of my favourite moments from those 3 months.

That's the life, man :P

That’s the life, man. D’you know what I mean?

Fly, my little dragon, fly!

Fly, my dragon!

A Langhammar on Fårö. I see a big-lipped dude. You?

A Langhammar on Fårö. I see a big-lipped dude. You?

Guillemots and razorbills on Stora Karlsö

Guillemots and razorbills on Stora Karlsö

Such a cute bat :o

Such a cute bat 😮

A FREAKING TORNADO!

The grandparents of a fellow student came to visit her on Gotland; the grandpa took the opportunity to  film a short documentary about the work being done on Gotland monitoring populations of great tits and collared flycatchers.

The grandparents of a fellow student came to visit her on Gotland; the grandpa took the opportunity to film a short documentary about the work being done on Gotland monitoring populations of great tits and collared flycatchers.

Babies!

Babies!

Even more babies!

Even more babies!

Knock knock

Knock knock!

Who's there?

Who’s there?

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2 thoughts on “Fieldwork – highlights

    1. Ria Pi Post author

      Thanks! Yup, it has a rather sizeable caterpillar in its beak. My colleague who was measuring it said the chick was already quite full and just kept this one without swallowing it.

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