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Prodigal Birding- Baron's Haugh 17th January 2016

Posted Tuesday 19th January 2016 at 19:17 by Green Sandpiper
You may have noticed over time that I have strange views on birding- I referred to birding 'purity' recently in attaching restrictions to what I could tick and couldn't tick at Hogganfield Loch, fr example.

Anyway, my Big Days Out over the past year or so have, sadly, come at the expense of birding in my local patch. By local patch, I mean either CAthkin Marsh SWT or RSPB Baron's Haugh. Both, incidentally, are a 20 minute drive from my house, and I therefore have local patches which...
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New Year Resolution

Posted Sunday 17th January 2016 at 01:26 by Green Sandpiper
I'm a terrible blogger.....

There, I said it. I'm lackadaisical, forgetful, and even when I DO remember, I don't always make much sense.

2016, though, is going to be different.

Its certainly started off different. While the past few years have started with a bang, with trips on New years day and throughout the start of the month, this January has been very, very quiet. No big days out on Ne'er Day, and so far, only a couple of medium days out- at best....
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New York Trip Report - Day 8 (Inwood Hill Park)

Posted Friday 15th January 2016 at 12:21 by Wood Nymph
Day 8 - Thursday 28th May 2015

With Wednesday having been dedicated to sightseeing at the Statue of Liberty and several species being regularly reported at Inwood Hill Park that we hadn’t yet seen during our trip (Orchard Oriole, Rose-breasted Grosbreak, Hairy Woodpecker and Veery in particular), we decided to head up to the northern most point of Manhattan for our penultimate full days birding in the hopes of cleaning up on a few extra birds.

Having not seen any in...
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Lo Goleró 1. Ebro Delta VI

Posted Friday 15th January 2016 at 07:55 by Moncho
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I went december seveth to Lo Goleró and Les Olles Pond in Ebro Delta.
There were severals harens and egrets, kingfishers, rock sparrows, gulls, shanks, marsh harriers, cormorants, an one swamphen, but the more curious, was that the pond of Les Olles was full of decoys.
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Birthday hike

Posted Thursday 14th January 2016 at 17:57 by Kaarel
Went on a hike on my birthday to Taevaskoda. Saw a Dipper, two Hazel Grouse, some Crested Tits. Read more here
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