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New website with new vision

Posted Tuesday 7th October 2014 at 13:38 by dancho_hristov
Updated Tuesday 7th October 2014 at 13:43 by dancho_hristov
My former website and blog are now at one address.
www.NatureMonitoring.com

The new website is with a totally new vision and includes all the posts from my former blog and pages from my former website.

Will be happy to hear any comments you may have.
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Green Sand's Big Day- Ryder Cup Special

Posted Monday 6th October 2014 at 19:05 by Green Sandpiper
First things first- I hate golf. Despise it, it provokes homicidal rage in me. Mark Twain called it a good walk wasted, but her was being too gentlemanly. Boring, elitist, environmentally- destructive- its a 'sport' that won't last a day when i become world emperor.

Whats this to do with a big day out? Well, my first big day out since July was scheduled to be to Loch of Strathbeg and its environs. I had printed the birdtrack lists, I had checked the tide times (that should have...
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Sardinia Part 1 A room with a view

Posted Saturday 4th October 2014 at 20:28 by efrs
At the end of September I was on a 'regular' holiday in Sardinia. Very pleasant it was to. Lots of sun and wine and coffee and pizza and mountains and sea. All to a very high standard. Only one bad cup of coffee all the time I was there. And I like my coffee!
As I say it was a regular holiday but when I unpacked I was shocked to find I'd inadvertently put my 70D and bins in my suitcase. Wondered why it was so heavy! Oh well since I had them with me I may as well make the best of them....
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So long, and thanks for all the Dragonflies

Posted Thursday 2nd October 2014 at 18:07 by efrs
The mist was thick as I cycled down out of Glastonbury on my last day of holiday. Thoughts of the crystal clear waters of Sardinia* where still in my head. I wasn't disappointed by this change in weather. I love contrasts. Bring it on I say. If it was always baking hot sun all year round it would be boring. So on I peddled knowing the sun would break through later. The enchanted wood was in flux. The leaves where raining down with a constant trickle. Just before the wood starts I looked to the field...
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Peregrine hawk couple in North of Arousa Stuary

Posted Friday 26th September 2014 at 06:54 by Moncho
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The end of the summer was a couple of peregrine hawks. It was a good goodbye for me because I do not see them usually.
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