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Ungi Balázs 08/24/2015 20:49 | Reply | #145023
I got the following mail to birding.hu&s admin address. Anyone willing to contact please let me know. - UB

Hello,

Sorry to write in English. I an an Australian birder living in England. I am coming with friends for a holiday in Budapest 1-11th September and am keep to get out with the field-glasses!

I hope it is not too much to ask, but could you recommend any good spots close to the city?

Are there any local birders who would be interested to meet? It is always good to go out with others.

Best,

Shaun Kenaelly.
REGLADE 07/27/2015 19:04 | Reply | #144791
Hi all,

The number of migrant Pallid harriers increased since the beginning of 2000 in Western Europe.
I&m currently conducted a preliminary work on this species based on the variation of flight-feathers patterns in order to identify individuals and to track them in their post-fledged movements.
For this purpose, I need the available pictures of juveniles in flight like this one:
http://birding.hu/inc/faj.php?id=en-220252&TB_iframe=true&width=1200&height=792
For example, this picture well exhibits the pattern of the flight-feathers and it is sometimes possible to match it with other pictures taken elsewhere.
If you have, you can send to me your pictures of postnuptial migrant juveniles, rather original pictures for the quality (of course, I&ll not publish any picture without written authorization of his owner), at the following address:
reglade (at) hotmail (dot) fr

Thank you by advance for your help.
Michel Réglade
Kurk Dorsey 08/03/2011 16:09 | Reply | #20393
Birders,
I will be living in Budapest (District VI) from the middle of August into December. Can you recommend places near Budapest and accessible via train or bus where I might see Hoopoes and Bee-eaters before they go south? And are there other good spots that are also accessible by train or bus that I should try to see for day trips?

Thank you!
Kurk Dorsey
kd@unh.edu
Rapala Miklós 09/03/2010 10:37 | Reply | #16311
I am flying over to Turkey (Antalya province) tomorrow and I&m looking for a guide there who could show me the way around there in terms of birding possibilities.
Szeghalmi János 02/17/2008 11:13 | Reply | #5087
Hi Gerry, You would try a lot of good birding sites in this birding.hu databank. But I recommend you in particular the Naplás-tó (lake) in April.
Regards, János
gerry o neill 02/15/2008 00:49 | Reply | #5049
Thank you very much for the info on woodpecker sites in Budapest.What other goob birds could you see at the start of April around the city?Gerry oNeill
Szeghalmi János 02/05/2008 20:34 | Reply | #4908
Reply to gerry o neill 's comment (#4849, 2008-01-31 22:58:24):
I am an Irish birder going to Budapest March 30 to April 2.I will be staying in Budapest hotel for 3 nights and will have a few morings free to look for woodpeckers black,grey headed,mid spot ,lesser etc.What parks would best to look in and any info welcome on birding in the area.Thanking you,Gerry o Neill......

Hi Gerry,
You would try the woodpeckers in Budapest and near Budapest as follows:
Dryocopus martius: Budapest, Normafa and Lőrinci Temető,
Vác, parks at the side of Danube
Picus viridis: Budapest, Margarite Island, Óbuda Hajógyári Island, Jókai-garden, Naplás-lake, Kerepesi -temető
Picus canus: Miskolc, Lillafüred
Tatabánya, Keselő bánya
Dendrocopos major: Budapest, Margarite Island, Népliget
Budakeszi
Tata, Öregtó
Dendrocopos medius: Vác, side of Danube
Tata, Öregtó
Dendrocopos minor: Tata, Öregtó
Szokolya, Királyrét
Dendrocopos leucotos: Szokolya, Királyrét, Magas-Tax
Dendrocopos syriacus: Budapest, Csepel Island, Tamariska-domb, Sas-hegy
Apaj
Jynx torquilla: only in country!
I hope to help You, but naturally no any guarantee that you really would try them there.
Regards,
János
gerry o neill 01/31/2008 22:58 | Reply | #4849
I am an Irish birder going to Budapest March 30 to April 2.I will be staying in Budapest hotel for 3 nights and will have a few morings free to look for woodpeckers black,grey headed,mid spot ,lesser etc.What parks would best to look in and any info welcome on birding in the area.Thanking you,Gerry o Neill......
Michael Kramer 10/30/2007 22:49 | Reply | #4032
Reply to Lelkes András 's comment (#4023, 2007-10-28 17:32:31):
Hi Michael!

If you want to visit to Kis-Balaton, I can offer you good places birdwatching, where you can move without permission. If you would like to visit to the closed area, it possible with guide. Please call my collegue (Knauer Anna, 36-87-555-291, e-mail: knauer@bfnp.kvvm.hu), she will describe you how it possible. National Park organize a boat trip too, from may to september.
Best regards.
Lelkes Andras

Thank you very much, András! I'll get in contact with your collegue.

Thanks a lot for all the help,
Michael
Lelkes András 10/28/2007 17:32 | Reply | #4023
Reply to Michael Kramer 's comment (#4022, 2007-10-27 21:01:35):
Hi János,

thanks for your advice. I visited Tisza-tó in 2006, too. It really is a nice place to paddle and see birds. The point is, that one can do a kind of round-trip by canoe from Budapest to Budapest via Duná, Sió, Balaton, Zala, Rabá and Duná. That's what I wanted to do in 2006, but I had to skip Kis-Balaton and Zala.

I want to paddle from Balaton to Zala through Kis-Balaton, guided by a ranger. The ranger, that spotted me in 2006, drove a motor boat loaded with tourists. So they do tours there. But that's all I know...

Hi Michael!

If you want to visit to Kis-Balaton, I can offer you good places birdwatching, where you can move without permission. If you would like to visit to the closed area, it possible with guide. Please call my collegue (Knauer Anna, 36-87-555-291, e-mail: knauer@bfnp.kvvm.hu), she will describe you how it possible. National Park organize a boat trip too, from may to september.
Best regards.
Lelkes Andras
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