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A dozen grey herons in Beluso intertidal

Posted Friday 19th September 2014 at 08:34 by Moncho
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I looked for birds with the zoom from the pier of Tarago˝a to the west side of the cove. I couldn┤t see nothing from Neixˇn to Punta de Sar. From Punta de Sar to the highway bridge I saw 24 yellow-legged gulls and 60 lesser black headed gulls, and four grey herons.
On the side where I was and on the left side of the pier I only see a lesser black gull, a female redstart and three sandpipers in the head of the pier.
On the right side of the pier 10 yellow...
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Scoping out new territory

Posted Sunday 14th September 2014 at 20:35 by efrs
Steart has still got me buzzing at the moment. Its all this flooding and new hide business thats doing it.

I plodded along the river Parrett admiring the weak hot chocolate colour of the incoming water.

The usual flocks of gulls milled about and a few Little Egrets were hunting intently along the slippery shore.

I took a left and had a wander along the new pathways. Its all very civil (ideal for EFRS bikes actually).

Suddenly a streak...
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Latest Blog update. New birds spotted

Posted Sunday 14th September 2014 at 19:11 by Retrodaz
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Surf and Turf

Posted Sunday 14th September 2014 at 19:09 by efrs
Last outing was a dual solo effort with us both going our separate ways. Today it was back to a twin seater flight. Well we both went to Steart in the car! A four seater to be precise but never mind.
We're impressed with what's happening at Steart. We still haven't done the full extent but we're getting the idea. Jutting out into Bridgwater bay there is both the shore line and Parrett estuary to get your teeth into. This began at Combwich a lovely little village with a nice air of isolation...
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Center of the North side of Arousa Stuary

Posted Friday 12th September 2014 at 07:05 by Moncho
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Three sandpipers on a rock at the tip of the Merced. Here is the first, here the other two and here the three at the same time.
A black redstart female was passing by also while a cormorant was drying its wings under the sun beside a yellow-legged gull.
Also curious are these granite boulders that fall off of the softer rock in which they are and the remains of an old salting factory I continued toward Pozo Negro in Boiro and despite there were not neither...
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