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Old Saturday 4th June 2011, 18:17   #1
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marsh harrier

i spotted and took pics today of a marsh harrier it has been a lucky month or so as i have also took pics of a pallid harrier and was also lucky enough to see male hen harrier and heard my first cuckoo also.
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Old Sunday 5th June 2011, 19:00   #2
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i spotted and took pics today of a marsh harrier it has been a lucky month or so as i have also took pics of a pallid harrier and was also lucky enough to see male hen harrier and heard my first cuckoo also.
you certainly are, having a bumper month up there on those hills GREAT spotting, and GREAT photos
if you would like to check out my photos please feel free
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thanks mak although birds dont register as anything other than hen harrier until i get home and see pics and then get told they are something different and rare lol! although i sort of knew marsh harrier was maybe something different when i saw size of it
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i spotted and took pics today of a marsh harrier it has been a lucky month or so as i have also took pics of a pallid harrier and was also lucky enough to see male hen harrier and heard my first cuckoo also.
great set of pictures with a stunning background

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