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So long, and thanks for all the Dragonflies

Posted Thursday 2nd October 2014 at 19:07 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 07:54 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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A dozen grey herons in Beluso intertidal

Posted Friday 19th September 2014 at 09:34 by Moncho
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I looked for birds with the zoom from the pier of Taragoña to the west side of the cove. I couldn´t see nothing from Neixón to Punta de Sar. From Punta de Sar to the highway bridge I saw 24 yellow-legged gulls and 60 lesser black headed gulls, and four grey herons.
On the side where I was and on the left side of the pier I only see a lesser black gull, a female redstart and three sandpipers in the head of the pier.
On the right side of the pier 10 yellow...
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Scoping out new territory

Posted Sunday 14th September 2014 at 21:35 by efrs
Steart has still got me buzzing at the moment. Its all this flooding and new hide business thats doing it.

I plodded along the river Parrett admiring the weak hot chocolate colour of the incoming water.

The usual flocks of gulls milled about and a few Little Egrets were hunting intently along the slippery shore.

I took a left and had a wander along the new pathways. Its all very civil (ideal for EFRS bikes actually).

Suddenly a streak...
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Latest Blog update. New birds spotted

Posted Sunday 14th September 2014 at 20:11 by Retrodaz
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