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Perceptions: 2 days birding

Posted Yesterday at 19:02 by Green Sandpiper
During Janunary, as I've noted, birding days were few and far between (and I write this having been housebound by parenting duties all day!) and every tick was hard- earned.

Eventually, late in the month, I had the chance of getting out to one of my less-well used sites, to get fresh air and mud on my boots. This site, at the Clyde estuary, is renowned for waders, seaducks and divers, and is a place I sadly often overlook in favour of similar (but more exotic) sites in the East....
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940 Balearic Shearwaters in El Trabucador Beach. Ebro Delta IX

Posted Friday 5th February 2016 at 06:45 by Moncho
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Shearwaters were fishing two hundred meters from the coast. The number was surprising.
This was the end of the entries from my travel to Ebro Delta in December. But for a moment I will continue near of the sea, not in Mediterraneo but in winter windy Atlantic.


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Birding year so far...February 2016

Posted Wednesday 3rd February 2016 at 19:05 by Green Sandpiper
Its commonly accepted that I moan a lot. I'm a tad grumpy, and suffer chronically from short-person syndrome. This isn't usually a problem, as I generally like myself. January this year brought out the worst grumpiness in me for many a year.

The start of the month was without not only any big days out, it was, to my mind, without any decent birding at all. PArtly family commitments, partly sleeping in on a Sunday- my birding day- it wasn't a great start. Any tick I got I had...
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Show support for Geelong’s Moolap salt works in Australia.

Posted Saturday 30th January 2016 at 16:21 by Rick and Elis
John Newman of the Geelong Field Naturalists Club has written to us asking for some support for a local community conservation project and it is something we can all get involved in, even those of us who live at the other side of the world. The problem may be local in one sense, but as part of the already struggling East-Asian Australasian Flyway, it is of international concern that such places are under threat. John rightly points out that we cannot keep badgering the Chinese and Koreans to protect...
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Spoonbill and 641 flamingos in Ebro Delta. VIII

Posted Friday 29th January 2016 at 07:13 by Moncho
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A spoonbill with a ring form Camargue was in Lo Bufon.
621 flamingos, were in Tancada Lagoon.
In the beginning of the itshmus of Punta de la Banya there was a good amount of mediterranean gulls and dunlins.

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