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Recent content by Sandy73

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    Bison introduced to

    Morning. If you feel that there must be something intentionally amiss, contact the Kent Wildlife Trust and Wildwood Trust and get corrections and/ or claification for the media. It may be that phrases have been used, with the best intentions, to convey to the general public what the project is...
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    What species of five-spot burnet?

    Morning. The image isn’t shown. Regards
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    Bison introduced to

    Evening. From memory, one of the partners in this is the Wildwood Trust, which is on the edge of the Blean and they already have 2+ Bison in an enclosure. I think in the literature that they weren’t used as they are to use to humans. I haven’t taken to much interest but I think I’ve seen talk...
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    Bison introduced to

    Morning. So to give contaxt. I am a Kent Wildlife Trust member. Also I grew up a couple of miles from the edge of the Blean and now live about 30 miles away. As far as I can remember the area will be split into 3 sections. This isn’t the entire Blean area, just the southern Thornden Wood...
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    Two Month Review: Swaro 10x42 NLs

    Hello John. Have you had any problems with the lens cap(s)? One of my replacements has just broken. Regards Stuart
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    Odd wader - Kent

    Thank you for the information. Regards
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    Odd wader - Kent

    I have heard from a few people that the head of the Creek is good for Grey Wagtail. I normally see them at Oare Gunpowder Works and adjacent fishing lake(s). The sewage farm is another place that has been suggested to me that I’m hoping to explore this year. Regards
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    Odd wader - Kent

    Evening. I was just up from that area today, visiting Stonebridge Pond and walking the Westbrook stream. Anyway, thank you for the location. I know Knot are seen at Seasalter but I haven’t seen any further round Graveney Marshes or up the creeks. That’s not to say they aren’t around, just...
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    Odd wader - Kent

    Afternoon. Can I ask where you took the photo please. Some creeks have different waders to others. Milton Creek in Sittingbourne is good for Spotted Redshank & Greenshank then others Conyer or Oare for example. I’m guessing you bird is probably a Greenshank but a location would assist. Regards.
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    Ivory-billed Woodpecker: takeoffs with deep and rapid flaps + wing noises

    Evening. Considering the species is being considered as being classed as extinct, I imagine there aren’t to many people who have experience with . Please, they different from other large woodpeckers? Regards
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    Scottish independence and your UK list....

    Afternoon. There is a Black Guillemot seen regularly this winter around Whitstable, Kent. Regards
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    The Demise of Birding Software

    Evening. How easy do you find transferring data from BirdJournal to Scythebill? Thank you in advance. Regards
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    January 1st joint Birdforum list (2022 edition)

    Hello. Apologies, yes GBBG is Great Black-backed Gull. Regards
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    January 1st joint Birdforum list (2022 edition)

    Happy new year all. Just back from Folkestone Harbour where we had (hopefully new for the list) Guillemot Razorbill Kittiwake (lifer) GBBG Great Crested Grebe. Regards
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    Where in the Kent area can I see woodcocks?

    Afternoon. Grove Ferry & RSPB Northward Hill are the sites that I know of. Regards
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