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Recent content by bradinho

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    Yorkshire Birding

    Job Opportunity with RSPB Hi Folks, Hope you dont mind but looking to get this job opp out into the birding community as well as the normal places. http://www.rspb.org.uk/vacancies/details/397879-membership-development-officer If you are good with people and have the ability to talk...
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    Bop Uk

    1st thoughts of thumbnails was osprey but then when looked at a couple close in thought Goshawk but then the 4th pic seems to show a strong moustache as in Peregrine ....
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    What bird did I see gliding over Walton today??

    Given the area could you rule out Great Black-backed gull?
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    Loft Insulation to blame for house sparrow decline?

    i think its a combo of all the suggested things .... in fact its amazing we have any!
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    Loft Insulation to blame for house sparrow decline?

    I recently had my loft insulation redone and they automatically fixed the hole up. This hole had played host to starlings this year. I wouldnt have bothered to cover the hole up myself so maybe there is something in this? PS Dont worry I've stuck a replacement box up :)
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    Cheshire And Wirral Birding: Hills, Lowland and Coast

    Hi All, Sorry to post here but know a lot of you guys are well networked! Just a heads up that we have a good number of jobs on-line at the moment including part-time, full-time, temporary and permanent in the Greater Manchester & Merseyside areas. Its a great organisation to work for and...
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    Cheshire And Wirral Birding: Hills, Lowland and Coast

    Visited Burton Mere Wetlands yesterday nice to see a few familiar faces, couple of highlights for me inc: 3 spotted redshank 1 greenshank several avocets little ringed plover blue morph snow goose little gull came into roost at about 5pm black-tailed skimmer also a report of a cuckoo (not seen...
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    Warbler - Fairburn Ings Yorkshire

    Ok no probs but worth a listen next time as the Garden Warbler song is very rich and well worth listening too, not to mention helps distinguish it form the other species mentioned :)
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    Warbler - Fairburn Ings Yorkshire

    The bird has got its mouth open so did you notice any noise as that could clinch this ID and whereabouts at Fairburn ie what was the habitat ... these little clues might help?
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    Haughton Green Flash-low water-help needed

    Sent you an email
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    Haughton Green Flash-low water-help needed

    I'll ask my colleagues David ...
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    RSPB Job in West Yorkshire

    Hello, Just thought that somebody on here might be interested in the following job: http://www.rspb.org.uk/vacancies/details/359034-event-coordinator Looking for somebody with a passion for nature conservation with experience of cold calling and event organising. Its only a 6 month post but...
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    Cheshire And Wirral Birding: Hills, Lowland and Coast

    And what direction where the geese headed?
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    Warbler, Merseyside

    Sorry ppl, the 2nd pic is of a barred warbler from Cley, just a quick net search for a 1st winter bird. In my rush my wording wasnt great - nice to see your ID skills are spot on, thanks for pointing out some of the differences though they do look similar in my colour blind world ...
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    Warbler, Merseyside

    Thanks ppl. Being a tadge colour blind and over-analysing pics has its downside .... though it does resemble this one a tadge .... ?
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