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Tinicum’s Most Famous Bird, 35 years Later (Homage to Johnny Miller, 1939-2009) - Gue

Posted Monday 9th March 2015 at 14:32 by Rick and Elis
When Johnny Miller left his house near Philadelphia in the morning on October 19, 1979 to conduct his weekly shorebird census at “Tinicum,” a birdy patch of freshwater tidal marsh just a stone’s throw from his door, which he knew better than anyone had before (and, likely, since), he had no inkling that he was about to discover a feathered traveler from across the world. He drove over to the main entrance of the roughly 700-acre preserve that in 1972 had been designated the Tinicum National Environmental...
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Manzanares river entering Jarma river III

Posted Friday 6th March 2015 at 06:55 by Moncho
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I conclude by showing the mouth of the Manzanares in the Jarama by its left bank from Casa de Peña Blanca to the mouth, shortly before Presa del Rey.
89 Storks and a couple of peregrine falcons overflown me.
Once on the river I saw mallards, chiffchaffs, a lot of blue tits and less great tits. I saw two female redstarts, and two robins too
The pond of Soto de las juntas, one of my usual birding areas, stood to my left. There was not great crested...
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First Confirmed Evidence of Barn Swallows Breeding In Central Saudi Arabia

Posted Saturday 28th February 2015 at 16:14 by brackenb
On February 14th during a walk around a local patch at Al Hayer, 20km south of Riyadh (Saudi Arabia) I visited a site where mud nests similar to those used by Swallows were seen.
On entry into the building I noted that most of the old nests had been destroyed but there was some evidence of them being rebuilt and three appeared to be in use. I waited around and within a short time these were occupied by sitting birds with regular visits from their partners. Repair work was also noted on...
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Manzanares river entering Jarama river II

Posted Friday 27th February 2015 at 08:58 by Moncho
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After crossing to the right side of Manzanares river at Casa Eulogio I walked under the cliffs and finally I crossed back into the river at Corral stream. The first bird I saw in the river was this female Shoveler with a seaweed in its beak. Note the green speculum.
A teal escaped when I reached the river but this male pochard was more quiet.
There were lots of sparrows in a bush beside the river. I was overflown by a kite. I saw a abandoned penduline tit...
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The Moggs Creek miracle; A Hooded Plover story.

Posted Thursday 26th February 2015 at 19:43 by Rick and Elis
A pair of Hooded Plovers at Moggs Creek were tending their eggs and were very close to their hatching date. Tragically one of them, bearing the leg flag HE, went missing. Its decapitated body was found the day after hatching and the volunteers that were monitoring the beach suspect that it was killed by a fox....http://www.waderquest.org/2015/02/th...ed-plover.html
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