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Recent content by cwpbirder

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    Scythebill bird listing software

    Thanks all, I’ll be going for it then!
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    Scythebill bird listing software

    I'm wondering if anyone has any experience of, or reviews, on this free listing software? Looking to upload records for UK and overseas...……. thanks.
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    Norfolk birding

    Has there been any news either way on the Sedgeford Eastern/Alaskan Yellow Wag since Weds?? ………….
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    Norfolk birding

    Rich, many thanks for the update...…...
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    Norfolk birding

    Great, thanks Louis.....
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    Norfolk birding

    Hopefully going to be in Norfolk fairly soon ……… is the roped-off area at Holkham Gap easy to find (for Shore Lark and Snow Bunting)?...…….
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    Ranger killed in Romania

    Very sad, very depressing.
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    New Forest Goshawks - UK

    There has been speculation in the past that Goshawks occasionally prey on Honey Buzzards, especially juveniles? this may be of relevance in the NF ........... anyone know of any UK or overseas research on this?
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    Crete in Spring

    Dear all, thinking of going to Crete in April, probably south coast - I'd be grateful for any info re up to date site info, particularly regarding Ruppell's Warbler. I've found the Facebook group, but otherwise there don't seem to be many recent trip reports online? And the book "Birdwatching...
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    Jamaica Bay, New York

    I'm wondering what the shorebird migration will be like at Jamaica Bay in second week of May, and what the current water levels are on the ponds? Is it a bit early for the peak migration? What are the photographic opportunities like? I'd be grateful for any info - thankyou.
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    Birdwatching in Straits of Gibraltar & La Janda

    Update - 3,500+ (!) Honey Buzzards SW over Algarrobo between 8.30-10 this morning in a light westerly.....
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    Birdwatching in Straits of Gibraltar & La Janda

    Heading out to Tarifa, I think the raptor passage has been very good the last few days? I see the wind direction is currently forecast westerly - so Algarrobo / Gib end of straits good rather than Cazalla? Any news from La Janda? And Los Lances? Thanks ...... looking forward to it!
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    Booted Eagle, Tarifa

    A great painting, very atmospheric......
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    Crab Plovers in India

    Jos and Simmo, thanks. Is that cedobirding.org?
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    Crab Plovers in India

    I may be in India in November and I've always wanted to photograph Crab Plover. Does anyone know of any good locations, and have any details re logistics and local guides etc?? thanks
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