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Old Tuesday 17th March 2009, 18:30   #1
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Question Black Dyke Ings Barmby Moor

Can anyone give directions to black dyke ings from york?
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Old Tuesday 17th March 2009, 19:22   #2
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Its 600m north of the A1079 at the garage to the west of Barmby Moor, the same junction as Allerthorpe common to the south.
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Thumbs up Black dyke ings

Thanks hotspur,I`ve lived in Barmby Moor and Pocklington for most of my life and didn`t know about it.Ha Ha
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'discovered' by JTW521 & Marcus Conway-ebirder last year speaking to famres about a permanently flooded field which attracted lots of birds. Had a Little Stint last autumn and several other bits and pieces. A very nice White Wagtail was present today. Be good if it gets a regular watcher.
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I know the field you mean now, but didn`t know it was called black dyke , you learn something new every day:-). I`ll take a look down there as soon as I get a chance.I`m quite new to birding ,only took a more serious interest about 6 months ago so still have a lot to learn, but both my wife and I are getting hooked!
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i saw the report of the wagtail on birdguide hope it is still around when we go.
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