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Thrills And Chills On A Hill

Posted Tuesday 2nd July 2013 at 20:02 by Green Sandpiper
Mrs Green Sand has taken to 'encouraging' me to get more exercise/ lose weight/ reduce my rapidly expanding girth. When I say 'encourage' I really mean 'nag.'

Anyway, I've resisted her demands that I use the gym membership thats been sitting dormant for a year, pointing out that I'd rather get fit via fresh air rather than in some cholera- infested public gym. We're polar opposites on this issue, the UN would probably wash their hands.

On the odd occasion I can be...
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My blog about bird watching in Sweden

Posted Monday 1st July 2013 at 16:34 by kral0001
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Rio Marañon valley, a birders' dream full of endemics

Posted Monday 1st July 2013 at 15:19 by WilsonDiaz
North Peru is full of surprises for birders. The Marañon river, one of the largest tributaries of the Amazon, descents the Andes from south to north, but just before it enters the Amazonian plain..... read more
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Wader Quest - Brazil summary

Posted Saturday 29th June 2013 at 17:01 by Rick and Elis
Although we spent a lot of time in Brazil we didn't really get a lot of Wader Questing done. São Paulo is a convenient gateway to South America, especially for us with our connection with the country. We spent some time out to be with both Elis' family and our friends. We also cancelled the trip to Rio Grande do Sul as I was having some back problems following a fall in Lima (most embarrassing) which now thankfully seems to have been resolved. So here are the birds we saw in Brazil.
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Seabirds at Pucusana

Posted Thursday 27th June 2013 at 20:45 by Rick and Elis
We visited Pucusana in order to see Blackish Oystercatcher for Wader Quest which we were fortunate enough to do, but by far and away the most common bird at the small fishing port was Inca Tern. This is simply an astounding looking bird and one that we really were looking forward to seeing. We had no idea they were so common and easy to see!
http://www.rick-simpson.com/2013/06/...-pucusana.html
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