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Midsomer Murders (without the bodies!)

Posted Sunday 6th July 2014 at 23:41 by Rick and Elis
So many of the Midsomer Murders series are set around twee village fêtes and carnivals, well, today we felt like we were on the set of one of those episodes, half expecting one of the Chief Inspector Barnabys to stroll past with one of his hapless sergeants; instead we got a couple of local Community Support Officers...http://www.waderquest.org/2014/07/mi...ut-bodies.html
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The gaffer

Posted Saturday 5th July 2014 at 13:57 by The gaffer
I am posting this to let anyone who chatted regularly with my husband, The Gaffer, know that he passed away on 22nd June. He was a brave, private man who loved nature. He will be deeply missed.
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East Somsaguas fiels

Posted Friday 4th July 2014 at 14:51 by Moncho
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East of riparian forest which is my usual hunting ground, trees begin to clear quickly and a field extends towards Casa de Campo. Some great tit like this is still in the last trees. But soom a open area is seem.
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What Kind Of Birder.....

Posted Sunday 29th June 2014 at 23:18 by Green Sandpiper
Different names and labels are something which has vexed birders since we first startign talkign about that sort of thing. I don't the categories suggested by Bill Oddie but something more ethereal. I've written a lot about how I struggle to balance a quest for ticks with the joy of sometimes just immersing myself in bird life.

A recent Big Day Out raised a new issue- am I a 'Nature Reserve Birder' or am I a 'Wild Birder'?

After last months trip to St Abb's Head,...
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Separating Baird's and White-rumped Sandpipers.

Posted Sunday 29th June 2014 at 22:01 by Rick and Elis
If, like us, you've always thought that telling a Baird's from a White-rumped Sandpiper was nigh on impossible and only for the experts, then this blog may help you. Although we haven't seen these species in all plumages (notably not juvenile Baird's), we think that now we have cobbled together enough experience and knowledge to tell the difference, so, here's how we do it.http://www.waderquest.org/2014/06/se...te-rumped.html
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