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Show support for Geelong’s Moolap salt works in Australia.

Posted Saturday 30th January 2016 at 15:21 by Rick and Elis
John Newman of the Geelong Field Naturalists Club has written to us asking for some support for a local community conservation project and it is something we can all get involved in, even those of us who live at the other side of the world. The problem may be local in one sense, but as part of the already struggling East-Asian Australasian Flyway, it is of international concern that such places are under threat. John rightly points out that we cannot keep badgering the Chinese and Koreans to protect...
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Spoonbill and 641 flamingos in Ebro Delta. VIII

Posted Friday 29th January 2016 at 06:13 by Moncho
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A spoonbill with a ring form Camargue was in Lo Bufon.
621 flamingos, were in Tancada Lagoon.
In the beginning of the itshmus of Punta de la Banya there was a good amount of mediterranean gulls and dunlins.

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New York Trip Report - Day 9 (Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge)

Posted Tuesday 26th January 2016 at 20:32 by Wood Nymph
Day 9 - Friday 29th May 2015

With our final full day in America dawning, we had planned to visit Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge, a fantastic series of coastal and lagoon pools that offer prime habitat for a variety of water birds, many of which would be new to the trip. With reports of herons, egrets and a wealth of shore birds, this was a location that we were really looking forward to exploring. With coastal marshes and lagoons, the habitat at Jamaica was completely different to...
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Bluethroat in Les Olles. Ebro Delta VII

Posted Friday 22nd January 2016 at 08:01 by Moncho
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I went on walking this day in Les Olles and Lo Goleró. An I found a bird that I had not seen before: a Bluethroat.
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Prodigal Birding- Baron's Haugh 17th January 2016

Posted Tuesday 19th January 2016 at 19:17 by Green Sandpiper
You may have noticed over time that I have strange views on birding- I referred to birding 'purity' recently in attaching restrictions to what I could tick and couldn't tick at Hogganfield Loch, fr example.

Anyway, my Big Days Out over the past year or so have, sadly, come at the expense of birding in my local patch. By local patch, I mean either CAthkin Marsh SWT or RSPB Baron's Haugh. Both, incidentally, are a 20 minute drive from my house, and I therefore have local patches which...
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