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Old Sunday 24th September 2017, 22:44   #25751
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Thanks all for the info regarding Stone Curlews.

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Cavenham Heath is a reliable roost site but can still be hit and miss. The night the photo was taken in the link, only one bird showed! The roost has been moving around a bit lately, but it will be around and visible from the main track down to the river. They can stay very hunkered down but around 6pm the birds start to get active and vocal - you should catch a few near fly overs to the pig farm too if you hang around until dusk. You should be ok until end of September, providing temperatures stay in normal range.
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Does anyone use a Birdsong recognition App for IPhone, if so could you recommend one please.

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Old Monday 2nd October 2017, 07:08   #25753
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Does anyone use a Birdsong recognition App for IPhone, if so could you recommend one please.

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There's one for garden birds at www.birdlineeastanglia.co.uk follow the link under 'Bird & wildlife photographs'.

Please note I am somewhat biaised as the app is lavishly illustrated with my photographs. :-))

PS link to apps store not working. I'll get round to trying to find a new link to the 'Bird Song Id - Dave Farrow's guide to garden birds' on the apple site soon.

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Old Wednesday 4th October 2017, 07:05   #25754
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thanks Paul - these have been invaluable on our trips over - hope everything goes well in your new post
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Old Wednesday 4th October 2017, 07:06   #25755
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The same from me Paul.

I have appreciated your regular postings from Titchwell and wish other RSPB reserve staff would do the same.

I understand you are moving along to Holkham - all the best.

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Old Thursday 12th October 2017, 10:03   #25756
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There's one for garden birds at www.birdlineeastanglia.co.uk follow the link under 'Bird & wildlife photographs'.

Please note I am somewhat biaised as the app is lavishly illustrated with my photographs. :-))

PS link to apps store not working. I'll get round to trying to find a new link to the 'Bird Song Id - Dave Farrow's guide to garden birds' on the apple site soon.
Sorry Apple have dropped the app from its store so is no longer available.
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Old Monday 16th October 2017, 14:14   #25757
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9x common cranes over thornham then towards hunstanton 12:15 16th oct 2017
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Making a trip to Norfolk this weekend and would like to see some Dartford Warblers are they still knocking about on Kelling Heath currently? Thank you
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Anna. Still in small numbers. Look out for in the usual spots. Told the area near the rail crossing is often good. Probably best on a sunny day with no wind so not ideal conditions. Good luck.
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Thanks Mark, will check the usual place out on Kelling Heath. Are there good numbers of pink feet at Holkham?
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