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Recent content by a_j_steele

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    In Search of Hawf Title (No prefix) inch (Scotland)

    Bird track shows a few sighting in scotland in the last 30 days one of which looks like could be scone palace so looks like there possible. Ebird last date is the 17th of April (shetlands)
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    Wood Warbler etc around Nottinghamshire/Sherwood forest

    Thanks thats very useful
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    Wood Warbler etc around Nottinghamshire/Sherwood forest

    In the area around Sherwood forest next week and wondering if there areas which might be good for wood warblers, Redstarts, Tree Pipits and flycatchers trying to find online but the information is quite old so trying to find out if any these species are likely to be around and where best to look...
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    Yorkshire July 2022

    I highly suggest Best Birdwatching Sites in Norfolk Very useful when in that area
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    Birding around Pickering, Yorkshire

    Had this book Birdwatching Walks in the Yorkshire Dales for a while which has some good walks which might work for you. Also the coast path for a day trip should get a nice selection of wildlife.
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    scotland april 2022 campervan trip

    If your looking for pine martens had success here a few years ago Evening Wildlife Watching Hide, Rothiemurchus, Evening Mammal Watching, Speyside Wildlife, Cairngorms National Park, mammal watching, Scotland. Ardnamurchan is also a good bet for your mammals and butterflies. Previous had the...
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    Your WORST identifiable photos

    Yeah :)
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    Your WORST identifiable photos

    Just found this thread (great ideal) here my first offering
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    Bunting, December 2020

    Sadly it only landed briefly so only 1 photo but a more cropped in version if that helps
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    Bunting, December 2020

    Think its just a reed bunting but the pink looking legs are giving me doubts taken last december, arable crop field redbourn, hertfordshire so would welcome some thoughts Many thanks
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    Short UK trip end Sept - advice sought

    Kent a good choice as well, isle of sheppy, Oare marshes and Dungness good at that time of year and lots of good coastal areas inbetween
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    Autumn migration at Kaukasian mountains

    Did Batumi a few years in mid September which was a great time to see the sight of a big numbers of Raptors dominated by Honey Buzzards and eastern Buzzards with a good selection of eagles, early october is apparently slightly better for the eagles
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    Avian misnomers

    Its a bit like Dunnock with regionally differences, over here there common garden birds yet in parts of spain there more mountain birds
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    Occurrence of pale phase Common Buzzards?

    Had at least 2 in Hertfordshire last year though at least 1 was on passage
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    Gull, Salthouse (oct 20)

    The only other showing a slightly different angle is this one many thanks
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