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Wader Quest role of honour!

Posted Friday 4th April 2014 at 13:06 by Rick and Elis
The JustGiving link for donations for the Spoon-billed Sandpiper captive breeding programme closed yesterday, the final result was a satisfying £3,260.56. To this will be added a certain amount from gift aid contributions and the total should reach £3,300.00. Our target was £3,000 so we are very pleased.
This does not mean we are going away. Wader Quest will now continue as a small charity raising funds for wader conservation projects across the world. If you like the sound of that why don't...
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Memories of Henares

Posted Friday 4th April 2014 at 05:42 by Moncho
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I have compiled some of the old photos of the area of the Henares, from the times previous to the Blog that would otherwise only exist in my computer. The quality is worse than the current that is not brilliant . But at the time I was glad of see these birds. Some of them were in my old hunting ground of the urban river Henares through Alcalá. As these cormorants.They were not usual in this part of the river. This couple had the coloring of the mating season, with white...
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Little riverside forest in Somosaguas

Posted Friday 28th March 2014 at 06:51 by Moncho
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To the east of Somosaguas Campus there is a small riverside forest above a tiny stream which rises from a sewer from Pozuelo town. Although contamination of the sewer there are enough animals around . We started watching the ubiquitous wood pigeons, rabbits, tits, magpies,finches, and our usual little owl
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Birding Southern Texas

Posted Monday 24th March 2014 at 12:27 by Old Fulica
My wife and I are currently in South Padre Island Texas. This is close to Brownsville and the Mexican border. This is a very exciting birding area for a northerner from Canada as many of the birds we see are either new or very rarely seen in our part of the world (British Columbia). We will be here for a month and then off to Arizona to catch their spring migration. To follow our adventures check out our blog;
http://lenanddiansadventures.blogspot.com
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Little owl, invasive parakeets and a fox in Somosaguas

Posted Friday 21st March 2014 at 17:06 by Moncho
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With increasing light of the end of the winter I took a walk through the campus of the University Comlutense in Somosaguas . I had not seem the little owl since last year According SEO / Birdlife Spain " since 1998 the number of little Owls in Spain has suffered a decline of 40 percent and are 50,000 couples in Spain " so they named it bird of the year in 2011. To try to halt the decline of this bird that is not listed in any catalog of specifically protected...
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