|more pages with this keyword at the end of this page|
16 July 2008 10:30
We are measuring predation pressure of arctic foxes by monitoring the fate of arctic tern nests.
Every day Janwillem makes a walk through the village and checks if all nests are still existing.
The fierce attackes by the terns make this a special experience. In this video, he shares the experience with you.
As fieldsassistent I have many tasks. One is checking tern nests. These birds are defending their nests. I have to count the eggs. let us see how I manage. We need a hat, an extra hat, binoculars, sunglasses and a long stick. This is the first nest. Two eggs, 13 nests to go. Nest 10 is my favourite nest. It is empty. Nest 6....
pages with keyword young polar scientist
|click on a picture for more information|
select a new keyword
|choose a keyword from the list in this box:|
[aquaria] [archaeology] [arctic fox] [arctic tern] [artist] [atmospheric research] [aurora borealis] [barnacle goose] [birdhealth] [catching] [cemetery] [common eider] [dogs] [eemshaven] [expedition] [faeces] [fish] [geolocator] [geology] [glaciers] [glaucous gull] [global warming] [guillemot] [history] [imprinting] [insects] [instructions] [kittiwake] [landscape] [limnology] [moult] [nest checking] [netherlands] [new species] [party] [people] [pink-footed goose] [plankton] [plants] [polar bear] [pollution] [press] [reindeer] [ring reading] [safety] [science] [seal] [skua] [snow] [snowbunting] [space research] [station] [streetview] [sustainability] [teaching] [test] [tourism] [town] [unusual birds] [video] [visitors] [waders] [whale] [young polar scientist]