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Recent content by Tarsiger

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    Collins Bird Guide for Android Survey

    Ive just put it on a Samsung Galaxy Tab A SM-T500 Android 6.0.1 and its works fine. Russ
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    Springwatch 2017

    Don't usually watch much but last night's was much better, good Peregrines and Hairy footed Flower Bee and nice to be away from a reserve. Hopefully not too many badgers to come!! Russ
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    Yorkshire Birding

    The hobby is a peregrine.�� Russ
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    Female Purple Finch?

    Rose-breasted Grosbeak
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    Collins Bird Guide for Android Survey

    Really confused now!! Is there really a CBG Android app coming out and if so do Harper Collins have ANYTHING to do with it?? Russ
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    To scope or not to scope?

    To scope or not to scope?? Simple answer, unless you only watch birds on your feeders, is YES Russ
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    Gull Cheltenham UK

    Lesser Black-backed Russ
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    experience with stay on case with Swaro ATS 80?

    Jeelan, Yes,with the Swaro SOC Russ
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    experience with stay on case with Swaro ATS 80?

    You can rotate the body about 10 degrees or so inside the case at which point the tension of the cover kicks in. I use mine on a hide clamp with a 90 degree head adjustment which gets over the problem. Russ
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    Hawk, Northants

    Sparrowhawk
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    waders, Goldcliff Lagoons

    Greenshank as suggested Russ
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    SV versus SF versus NV

    As a long term user of zeiss fl 7x42 the first thing I noticed about the 8 and 10 noctovids today were the weight!! I'm not prone to suffering from any of the usual optical aberrations but I found the noctovids, sadly, unuseable as there were no eyecup positions where I wasnt struggling with...
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    Goshawk? London, UK

    Surely if the OP was familiar , as with most birders, wouldn't it just be : " there's a blob flying over, its unidentifiable, but odds are it's a Buzzard, but there's no point in getting a bunch of BirdForumers to chuck in a bunch of guesses (albeit statistically likely guesses)??" Russ
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