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Thrush [Unidentified]

Posted Monday 9th September 2013 at 01:27 by Mitchelle
Over a span of about thirty minutes, I kept noticing that a male American Robin would fly rapidly, directly, deliberately toward a tree and up about forty feet into its foliage, resulting in the flushing out of another bird and a subsequent pursuit. The bird being pursued would take refuge in another tree or bush lower down, where the Male American Robin would further engage it, resulting in the quarrelsome sounds of wings coming in careless contact with vegetation and vocalizations of conflict....
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Being At Home With Birds

Posted Tuesday 27th August 2013 at 22:37 by Green Sandpiper
I've been impressed by the message behind the RSPB's ongoing campaign to 'give birds a home.' Much of the debate surrounding it and the television adverts has polarised opinion, and I can see both sides of the argument.

But the campaign itself got me thinking, again, of what birding gives to me. I may be giving birds a home, but I also get a lot back. Maybe its some primordial instinct to be out in the wild, whilst there's some wild places left, but being outside increasingly seems...
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Where have all the birdies gone?

Posted Wednesday 21st August 2013 at 15:02 by jb144
We live in a quiet cul-de-sac near a wooded dene. Usually we have a huge selection of small birds such as finches and blue tits.
But for about 3 months they appear to have vanished! A neighbour opposite has 6 cats and I was wondering if that had anything to do with there disappearance? But we also have a lot of magpies and rooks around. Can anyone advise what might scared all our small birdlife away?

Thanks for reading.........
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"Working" weekend

Posted Wednesday 21st August 2013 at 05:30 by dancho_hristov
This weekend I meant to work but I didn't. I wanted to just go somewhere and have a relaxed weekend in front of the computer. Well see the photos and guess if I did it :)

There was no internet, or at least no proper one. I meant to select the hotel on the basis of the internet connection and I thought I had but... no. The internet connection was total crap. I did do some work on one of the days but the next one was devoted to walking and photography which I miss a lot lately. Well,...
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Appreciate the unexpected

Posted Monday 19th August 2013 at 18:28 by Green Sandpiper
Went to Baron's Hugh last week, fully intending to tick a Green Sandpiper, hopefully to get a kingfisher. Determined that I wouldn't leave the reserve until i connected with my namesake. Managed it after 5 minutes, then with the pressure off, was able to relax and enjy my birding.

The reserve itself was being prepared for the migrant wader season, with the water level being lowered through a sluice. The famiy of mute swans had successfully reared 5 good- sized cygnets, a great...
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