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Where has the time gone?

Posted Thursday 6th August 2020 at 06:16 by sbarnhardt
I see it's been a while since I've been here.

Not from a loss of interest mind you, but rather a combination of other demands on my time. Some of those personal, and some of them here on Bird Forum and Opus related.

Staying busy, benefiting from some great help by a very patient person, and loving it all!

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A Siege of Great Egrets

Posted Thursday 6th August 2020 at 03:41 by Seashore
I don't know how many Great Egrets you have seen at one time in one place but on two recent trips to Thompson's Beach north of Adelaide in South Australia I've seen over 100 on each occasion. The details are on my blog:

I'd appreciate any information on large sitings.
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Black-backed Gulls Downunder

Posted Sunday 26th July 2020 at 09:59 by Seashore
My old blog "Top Birds & Everyfing" went extinct a few years ago. I've started a new one recently on the following URL.

All about Black Backed Gulls found in Australia
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Birding all along the riverine Southern Sindh

Posted Thursday 16th July 2020 at 16:17 by Zafeer
A small work of mine from Southern Sindh Pakistan from the monsoon of 2018.
Here's the link;

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Jenny paid a visit

Posted Sunday 12th July 2020 at 21:04 by kennethwfd
I used to have a robin, as soon as I opened a door or window to let fresh air in, this little chap would be indoors. Invariably, he would perch on the computer monitor and decorate it.

Then one day, the dog saw him and chased him into the bedroom. no longer fun, I had to open a window and encourage him to fly out, for some reason, he has never been back.

Until today, I thought return of the robin, but it was in fact a wren, who likewise ended up in the bedroom and was...
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