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Recent content by StephenL

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    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    Not exactly seen through my binoculars but when I opened the blinds this morning there was a female mallard walking along the top of the conifer hedge. Unusual to say the least as the nearest body of water is a couple of miles away. Unfortunately I did not have time to get a picture
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    Changing Our Birding Ways

    Hi John, for your info I have seen the grey wagtail in the hotel car park but as you know it is just luck a lot of the time. Somewhere else that you may want to consider is Carmichael estate which is on the road to Biggar. During the week is a lot quieter and although there is not a huge amount...
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    Changing Our Birding Ways

    Hi John, I really enjoy reading your ramblings about your rambling. In some ways I was jealous as I cannot get to Barons Haugh but also thankful that I could not if it is that busy. If you are looking for your grey wagtail fix you could try New Lanark. I had a very good view of one today for a...