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Poros Head, Lefkada. Birds May 2015,6,7

Posted Tuesday 11th July 2017 at 19:44 by crispash
Blue Rock Thrush - several (each year) on mountainside
Loads of yellow-legged Gulls foraging for crickets
Lesser Kestrel, Alpine Swifts Red-rumped Swallow.
Black-eared Wheatear, Sardinian Warbler, Subalpine Warbler each year
Cirl Bunting on farm
Great Grey Shrike and Peregrine on cliff top
Large population of Jackdaw and Hooded Crow
Suspected Wall Creeper up at Nidri Waterfall
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Another day in the life of birds

Posted Monday 10th July 2017 at 21:01 by Kildale
I have a few of these stories made up with my pictures and a little text. This one is called: Lost at Sea. Give it a click and then keep going, NEXT.
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Posted Thursday 1st June 2017 at 20:15 by Green Sandpiper
I'm not a twitcher, I may have mentioned this occasionally, and I'd rather immerse myself in bird- life than spend my scarce free time travelling miles to tick off a bird. Plus, I'm crap at it and have a very low success rat.

So, I'm not a twitcher of birds. But is it possible to be a twitcher of birdwatching sites or places? I don't mean having a dream list of places to go and dealing with the crushing realisation, say, that with three kids I ain't ever going to the skyforests...
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2000 Birders on a Boat

Posted Sunday 7th May 2017 at 19:00 by xmesox
I was recently part of the Flock at Sea 2017 birding cruise, organized by Bird Life South Africa. The cruise saw nearly 2000 birders on board the MSC Sinfonia, as we departed from Cape Town harbour and made our way south into the open oceans. On board was sea birding expert Peter Harrison, acting as a guide along with several of our local experts.

After boarding fairly late in the afternoon of the Monday (24 April), we awoke the next morning where a large number of birders found themselves...
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Old Haunts- Sticking to What You know (pt 2)

Posted Saturday 6th May 2017 at 15:56 by Green Sandpiper
Reasonably flushed with success after my clifftop adventure, I decided to head to Balgavies Loch SWT reserve for Osprey and whatever else I could possibly find. I've been lucky with Osprey, really, since I have only once visited a recognised 'mega- site (och of the Lowes, Loch Garten, etc) and tend to see them in lesser- known places. Balgavies Loch is one such place, with me having visited once before. Unfortunately, actually finding the place remained an issue. I accidentally found Montrose...
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