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Newcomer Hoopoe

Posted Friday 6th June 2014 at 05:16 by Moncho
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Strolling with the child by the Parque Forestal de Entrevías, I could see another newcomer: the Hoopoe. I've seen for a month, but always when I was not wearing the camera. Its colors seem bold on the roads, but between the dried grass is a good camouflage as we can seen in these pictures.
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Green Sand's Medium Day Out

Posted Thursday 5th June 2014 at 10:28 by Green Sandpiper
This year I've noticed my birding has been characterised by a few big days out, where I travel to exotic places like stonehaven, and a few more wee days out, sneaking some birding in locally whenever the wife isn't wtaching.

What I haven't really had are medium days out- to the coast, or Ardmore Point in the Clyde Estuary, for example. Trips involving some travelling, but not too far. Good birding, but not a full day expedition. In comparison with other years, this is a bad oversight....
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Wren family first outing.

Posted Monday 2nd June 2014 at 16:39 by Rick and Elis
There has been a lot of racket around our house today. The sound of scolding wrens being chief among the causes. The reason for this noise? Chicks! It seems that the wren family is having its first outing. Mum and Dad are understandably anxious and the kids hungry.
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More newcomers upon Jarama river

Posted Friday 30th May 2014 at 07:20 by Moncho
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Golden Orioles and nightingales are singing upon Jarama river.
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New bird for the garden if not for the list... Jay.

Posted Wednesday 28th May 2014 at 17:33 by Rick and Elis
A Eurasian Jay visited our table today for the first time. Strangely though, it was intimidated by a Wood Pigeon that was occupying the table when it arrived and only came to feed when the pigeon had gone.
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