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Winter wind. Aguiño II. Oystercatchers and little egrets

Posted Friday 19th February 2016 at 07:40 by Moncho
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In the second part of the day I saw dozens of Oystercatchers and some little egrets flying against the storm.
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Bird Ringing on Majorca

Posted Wednesday 17th February 2016 at 10:42 by johnpell
Hi Bird Forum Folks, it's been quite a long time since I have been on the site, so nice to be back. My wife and I usually drop in to Majorca every two or three years but previously at the end of March to use up work holiday time. Now we're both retired, we're going to make the trip in the last two weeks of April and stay at our usual self-catering place of Alcudia Gardens Apartotel. As we are both now trainee bird ringers, with a couple of years experience behind us, I was wondering whether any...
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Winter wind. Aguiño I. Cirl buntings,shags, little waders,and variety of gulls

Posted Friday 12th February 2016 at 06:21 by Moncho
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I went to Aguiño Harbor in new Year day. There was a strong storm and sea birds triend survive in the wind.
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Perceptions: 2 days birding

Posted Sunday 7th February 2016 at 18:02 by Green Sandpiper
During Janunary, as I've noted, birding days were few and far between (and I write this having been housebound by parenting duties all day!) and every tick was hard- earned.

Eventually, late in the month, I had the chance of getting out to one of my less-well used sites, to get fresh air and mud on my boots. This site, at the Clyde estuary, is renowned for waders, seaducks and divers, and is a place I sadly often overlook in favour of similar (but more exotic) sites in the East....
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940 Balearic Shearwaters in El Trabucador Beach. Ebro Delta IX

Posted Friday 5th February 2016 at 05:45 by Moncho
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Shearwaters were fishing two hundred meters from the coast. The number was surprising.
This was the end of the entries from my travel to Ebro Delta in December. But for a moment I will continue near of the sea, not in Mediterraneo but in winter windy Atlantic.


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