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Recent content by tonyfenn

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    Norfolk birding

    Photos of yesterday's bonaparte's gull at Salthouse are on birding world web site, first time I have been somewhere when a good bird turns up, cracking bird and thanks for the running commentary to keep people on the bird
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    Grafham Water

    Where abouts at Grafham has it been seen today, may have time to visit this afternoon
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    North Sea Shearwater/Skua?

    Location might help, I know you said north sea but that's a large area
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    Norfolk birding

    Maybe not the best site to ask on but any gem on the possible sardinian warbler at Snettisham, thanks
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    Dartford warbler in North Yorkshire

    There was one reported at Ely the other week but when I asked for more details nothing was was sent, still need for cambs tick
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    Norfolk birding

    Seeing as nobody looks at these pages anymore, is there any point in asking if there's any information about the red flanked bluetail today. Sorry
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    Harpalus rufipes?

    Looks very much like a vine weaval
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    Norfolk birding

    Hi fellow birders, got a bit confused as to how many golden orioles were actually in Norfolk today. Think I made it 4 but not certain. Also how many grey headed wagtails have been reported in the last couple of weeks
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    NWT Holme Dunes - Car Park Trial

    So if a mega turns up, say midday, how are you going to book a parking space days before it turns up to make sure that you see it. If that makes sense
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    W.T.Eagle ( N W Norfolk ) reintroduction proposal

    How many in Norfolk today in total?
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    Tideline Woodcock corpses

    150 reported yesterday at cley (rba)
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    Bird species seen just the once in your yard/garden.

    Night heron fly over, female pheasant and grey wagtail. Not bad seeing as I live in a town
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    January 1st joint Birdforum list (2021 edition)

    Can add waxwing and Eastern black redstart for UK, unless they are already in the list
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    Norfolk birding

    Anyone know more info on the Wolverton white tailed Eagle today, because in a tree doesn't help alot
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    Your Most Recent "Life" Bird

    Greater yellowlegs
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