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Birding Navarra, Sapin. Eagles, Vultures and more

Posted Tuesday 17th July 2012 at 09:39 by dirding trekking
Hi everybody s again.

This time we moved to the Autonomous Community of Navarre. First we stopped in the paddy fields which are located in Argueda and although the bird observatory was closed, open-access lanes, we are dedicated to see herons and other birds related to the rice fields.

The second place we stopped was the Bardenas Natural Park. It has been declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO and comprises 42,500 hectares of semi-desert landscape that impresses visitors....
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Help Support Vulture Conservation

Posted Friday 13th July 2012 at 22:08 by ranalobo
The more conservationists I meet, the more I am impressed by how many talented, dedicated, and passionate people there are in the world who are devoting much of their lives to protecting a species, a landscape, an ecosystem.

I had the opportunity to visit Dr. Munir Virani in Kenya and observe first hand the amazing work he is doing for raptor conservation. He is participating in TED talks, with a short presentation on "why he loves vultures". It is definitely worth watching....
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Greenham Common Birds

Posted Friday 29th June 2012 at 15:29 by slarkins
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Living close to Greenham Common is fantastic if you're into bird watching.

Tens years on from its closure, the former US Air Base has now been turned back into a nature reserve offering over 1000 acres of mixed heathland, rich in natural diversity and a haven for birds, including the rare Dartford Warbler. The Common is also home to several endangered ground nesting birds including the increasingly scarce Woodlark.

We've prepared a guide to Greenham Common birds on...
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Has it really been a year?

Posted Monday 25th June 2012 at 10:13 by Stoggler
A year since I last posted to my blog so there's a lot to cover.

Firstly a quick update on 2011. I ended the year with a British year list of 121, one short of the previous year's figure while my Sussex year list ended on 116 which was one better than 2010.

At the end of June 2012 I have already reached 117 on both my British and Sussex lists, already surpassing my Sussex year list best and just five behind my British year list best - I should easily pass that figure...
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Nestwatch Cornel Lab 2012

Posted Sunday 24th June 2012 at 21:46 by Urban Birder McAllen
We've got woodpeckers, parakeets, herons and more. Come on over and see what we've hatched this year.
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