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The Nicest Season For One To Die

Posted Wednesday 5th August 2009 at 03:02 by Francis Duggan
The nicest Season for one to die must surely be the Spring
When the Parklands wear their Wildflowers and song birds pipe and sing
And young birds are chirping in their nests and the sparrows all the day
Are busy under the house eaves weaving their nests of hay.

If I'm not burned to ashes then why not bury me
In that old graveyard on the hill preferably by a tree
Where in Spring birds will build their nest and sing their songs above where I lay...
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Migrating Sand Martins

Posted Tuesday 4th August 2009 at 10:31 by Stoggler
Updated Monday 2nd November 2009 at 14:58 by Stoggler
Just a quick note to mention a wonderful sight on Friday afternoon.

I made the most of a rare sunny day this summer and took the afternoon off work and headed straight down to Littlehampton and walked over to West Beach.

As I got to the beach, I noticed a few sand martins flying near me. Thinking there were only about a dozen there, I trained my binoculars along the length of the sand dunes to see that the place was swarming with them! I started walking along...
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300 Lear's Macaws !!!

Posted Tuesday 4th August 2009 at 10:16 by Paulo Boute
Hello !

Just got back from a Birding Tour on the Brazilian Northeast: Couldn't be better - We had about 300 Hyacinth Macaws!!!

We saw them flying in flocks, perched on cactus, feeding in Palm trees, grazzing wiht the cattle and even perched on telephone wires!!!

Yours,

Paulo Boute
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A wet month to sort out our pics

Posted Monday 3rd August 2009 at 15:07 by china guy
Updated Tuesday 4th August 2009 at 10:29 by china guy
Chengdu Bird guiding Ė chengduuk@hotmail.com - Chengdu, Sichuan, the gateway to Tibet - to see more travel pics of Sichuan go to my travel blog at - http://chengdutravel.blogspot.com/
To see more of our birding pics go to - http://sichuanbirds.blogspot.com/
Apologies to our blogspot readers - although it's good news that China readers can again view Flickr images, I'm afraid blogspot is still blocked by the Chinese censors - so at the moment itís hard to update our Sichuanbirds site...
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Area Four

Posted Monday 3rd August 2009 at 03:49 by FlushUnderFoot
"Area 4: Fishing" reads the sign at the parking lot entrance. Itís a little piece of Lums Pond State Park in Delaware. Tall reeds grow right on the edge of the water. Between the parking lot and the water is a wide open area with some trees and a pavilion. Picnic benches are scattered everywhere and on weekends so are people. On either side of the opening lies deciduous forest, and in it a trail that loops around the pond.

I've been coming here on a daily basis for about...
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