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10 July 2007 23:04We are ringing snowbunting young. Later in the season Olga Dolnik will come to study the excretion of coccidisosis in the faeces. It seems that she will be late. Most snowbuntings are already fledging. We are checking the nests and ringing the young with colourrings.
|Under the entrance of the Chinese station, we find another nest. It is a handfull of birds|
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