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Recent content by neillsgonebirdin

  1. Jamaican Tody

    Jamaican Tody

    So many endemics at this 1 site, brilliant. http://www.gcjamaica.com/
  2. Jamaican Spindalis

    Jamaican Spindalis

    1 of 21 endemics seen at Green Castle Estate. Fabulous birding and first class accommodation. http://www.gcjamaica.com/
  3. Red-billed Streamertail

    Red-billed Streamertail

    Very Common on Green Castle estate. 20 other Endemics available at this site as well. http://www.gcjamaica.com/
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    Storm Driven Guillemot, Southport

    Went out bird watching on Saturday and came across this Guillemot on Southport marine lake, I've posted a photo of it here No doubt it had been driven in by the storms, also on the lake was Kittiwake and Little Gull. There is a Great northern Diver present as well but I couldn't find it.
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    Pine Cone Bird feeders

    This is a fabulous idea to help feed the birds and its great fun, great for the children as well as the adults and combines a bit of exercise and foraging with a bit of home cooking and molding. You can use up any leftover seed mix you may have or use new, it's up to you. Let's get...
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    Patch Birding Merseyside

    Bird watching is a great pastime, lots of things to see, birds, animals and plants. Lots of places to go, RSPB reserves, Local Nature reserves, Wildfowl and Wetland Trust, Local Wildlife Trust the list goes on. All of them worth a visit and all of them geared up for the bird watcher and natural...
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    Yorkshire Birding

    Two-barred Crossbill I'm happy that the county delivered a nice group of Two-Barred Crossbills this winter. It's been 23 years since I saw one, a female in Norfolk, the Yorkshire birds are far more pleasing to the eye! and camera...photo here http://twootz.com/bird-watching-gallery/ (:
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    County Galway Birding (local patch)

    Thanks for the Waxwing locations, does anyone have any recent news on the Greenland Redpolls at Clifden, thought we may take a look around that area while on our travels, Cheers Neill. 24 hours to goB (:
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    County Galway Birding (local patch)

    Hi Paul. could you beleive it, my darling wife bought me a copy of the book at christmas, a brilliant little book that will help us out no end! Birders wives, a good thing ?, sometimes;). Waxwings, Newcastle, is that an area of Galway city, in the north? can,t see it on me maps. Neill, soon be...
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    County Galway Birding (local patch)

    Galway trip. Thanks for the gen guys, really appreciated. Looking forward to 4 days of top Irish Birding! Any updates during the week would be most welcome. Cheers Neill :t:
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    County Galway Birding (local patch)

    Visiting Galway Hi, this is my first message ever posted on the forum, I'm comin over to Galway on Fri,13th Feb. with 3 other birders. Gonna be birdin around Galway fri-sat and then around the county sun-mon. Could any of the local birders offer any advice on the local specials, (AHG, Forsters...
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