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Miralrío Pond in Velilla de San Antonio

Posted Today at 19:40 by Moncho
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Miralrío is other pond in the Southeast Madrid Regional Park. As all of the ponds in this park is the result of flooding and recovery os sand pits for building. This one is very buried in the field and less walkable than other ponds in the area, which together with its location next to an industrial estate, makes it more lonely. Which is positive for the tranquility of birds. In fact there is a place choosen for sleeping for the herons. The first thing I saw was a couple...
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A phalaroping we will go!

Posted Yesterday at 23:11 by Rick and Elis
Earlier this month to celebrate our wedding anniversary Elis and I decided that we should pay a long overdue visit to the RSPB reserves of Frampton Marsh and Freiston Shore in Lincolnshire. By coincidence a Grey Phalarope had been there all week, would it stay and be the icing on the cake?

We didn't however go straight to Lincolnshire, we got a bit side tracked and ended up in Norfolk at Burnham Norton, the attraction being a Steppe Grey Shrike, but that seen we were soon on our way...
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The next big thing

Posted Sunday 26th October 2014 at 22:54 by efrs
What with all the talk of a Pallid Harrier down at Steart I thought I had better take a look. For some reason I wasn't very enthusiastic about all this. I'm not a Twitcher. The EFRS is not about trying to tick things off although I will be the first to admit I do have a wish list but thats not the same thing. I overheard stuff like "Yep I've seen it so now we can go". What!! Look around you, there's far more to Steart than ticking one bird off in your book.

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Fallow deers, imperial eagle, and cinerous vulture near of Cabañeros National Park

Posted Friday 24th October 2014 at 08:33 by Moncho
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The day after I went to other hunting state near Cabañeros National Park. Fortunately a public road cross this forest, then you can cross it and look for animal. At first I only saw some birds like, great Tit, Stonechat or this far away azure-winged magpie.
But in the end I found what was looking for: fallow deers. I have seem them in this forest three years ago: buck,doe and fawn.
I saw several birds of prey and of course, one of them was the cinereous...
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my blog

Posted Tuesday 21st October 2014 at 18:38 by brackenb
Hello there folks. I have opened a blog detailing my birding adventures mainly in Saudi Arabia and the UK but pretty much wherever I go.

Check it out;

irishbirderabroad.blogspot.com
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