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Forum: Worcestershire Monday 22nd October 2018, 12:09
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Posted By midlands birder
I also saw this bird a couple of weeks ago in the...

I also saw this bird a couple of weeks ago in the flashes roost. Think I wrote it in the book?
Forum: Bird Identification Q&A Saturday 6th October 2018, 13:47
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Views: 178
Posted By midlands birder
Juvenile Gannet.

Juvenile Gannet.
Forum: Bird Identification Q&A Monday 10th September 2018, 08:42
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Posted By midlands birder
Zitting Cisticola

Zitting Cisticola
Forum: Worcestershire Tuesday 10th April 2018, 19:18
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Posted By midlands birder
Not particularly early, but I will be on site...

Not particularly early, but I will be on site just after 7am hopefully and will open up the gate if it isn't already. Presume it will be though
Forum: West Midlands Tuesday 10th October 2017, 13:30
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Posted By midlands birder
Both of those reports (and all previous records)...

Both of those reports (and all previous records) are from the same observer and relate to the grid square over the RSPB centre. Obviously no Tree Sparrows exist on the reserve, nor anywhere in WM...
Forum: Worcestershire Saturday 23rd September 2017, 22:16
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Posted By midlands birder
Yes mate, a metal BTO ring. I have the 5 number...

Yes mate, a metal BTO ring. I have the 5 number sequence, but couldn't make out the 2nd letter to make the full sequence.
Forum: Worcestershire Saturday 23rd September 2017, 21:25
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Posted By midlands birder
Moors Pool. Juvenile Black Tern showing well....

Moors Pool.
Juvenile Black Tern showing well. juv Black-tailed Godwit, 1 Wigeon, 47 Greylag, 2 Green Sand

Flashes
2 YLG into roost (ad and 3w) + 2 Green Sand (not Moors birds). 15 Curlew. c200...
Forum: Worcestershire Sunday 6th August 2017, 04:24
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Posted By midlands birder
Last night on the reserve. Moors- Hobby still...

Last night on the reserve.
Moors- Hobby still showing well, hunting dragonflies. 8 Lapwing. Gadwall

Sailing Pool- 1 Common Sand, 3 GC Grebe

Flashes- Wood Sandpiper still until dark, but always...
Forum: Worcestershire Saturday 22nd July 2017, 22:08
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Posted By midlands birder
This evening on the reserve. Made myself a task...

This evening on the reserve. Made myself a task to finally find the Hobby on the east side. On walking to the hide, a juv Coal Tit was feeding in trees on the corner of the concrete road and east...
Forum: Worcestershire Sunday 16th July 2017, 13:44
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Posted By midlands birder
Late report from last night (15th) as fell asleep...

Late report from last night (15th) as fell asleep when I got home.
Moors: 18:10-18:50- Goldcrest (male) behind West Hide. 10 Mute Swan. 12 Common Tern (including 2 fledged juvs). Female Shoveler,...
Forum: West Midlands Thursday 6th July 2017, 20:10
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Posted By midlands birder
Nothing much different to report from the hide...

Nothing much different to report from the hide than you report Dave. 6 Pochard (4m) though rather than 5
Forum: Worcestershire Saturday 1st July 2017, 20:21
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Posted By midlands birder
Tonight on the reserve. Moors- No sign of the...

Tonight on the reserve.
Moors- No sign of the Red-crested Pochard. 3 Gadwall, including a female escorting 4 chicks at the north end of the pool, Much the same as recently, but Little Grebes much...
Forum: Bird Identification Q&A Thursday 29th June 2017, 20:03
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Posted By midlands birder
Yep, Common Scoter. A flock of 9 have been there...

Yep, Common Scoter. A flock of 9 have been there all day. Looks like 11 birds in your photos?
Forum: Worcestershire Saturday 24th June 2017, 22:22
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Posted By midlands birder
Moors Red-crested Pochard showing well this...

Moors
Red-crested Pochard showing well this evening, snoozing close inshore on the west side. A single 2s Med Gull perched briefly on the rails in front of the concrete hide- compared to the birds...
Forum: Worcestershire Saturday 17th June 2017, 21:53
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Posted By midlands birder
A very bright and hot visit to both sides of the...

A very bright and hot visit to both sides of the reserve this evening. Many birds hunkered down behind vegetation making counting difficult.
Moors
Viewing from the west track, both Mediterranean Gull...
Forum: Worcestershire Saturday 10th June 2017, 22:05
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Posted By midlands birder
Nice evening visiting both sides of the...

Nice evening visiting both sides of the reserve.
Some nice views of both Med Gull chicks at the Moors Pool. Occasionally on view from the Water rail 'concrete' hide. Lots of flapping, wing stretching...
Forum: Worcestershire Saturday 22nd April 2017, 21:30
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Posted By midlands birder
The swifts flew low north over the north moors...

The swifts flew low north over the north moors plantation while I was chatting with Tim in the carpark, rather than the flashes. The Med Gulls and Ruff were also at the moors, with no sign of any in...
Forum: Worcestershire Saturday 25th March 2017, 20:51
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Posted By midlands birder
A brief drop into the Moors on the way past. Our...

A brief drop into the Moors on the way past. Our own 'Wolferton triangle wonder' still tying to re-enter his pen outside lifestyles. A very pale Buzzard flew north, Chiffchaff singing on the...
Forum: Worcestershire Friday 24th March 2017, 12:00
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Posted By midlands birder
Another ringing recovery from a German ringed BHG...

Another ringing recovery from a German ringed BHG in the roost at the flashes on 18/02/17- Black AAXX
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Forum: Worcestershire Thursday 16th March 2017, 15:28
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Posted By midlands birder
In addition to this, will add we had 2 Roe Deer...

In addition to this, will add we had 2 Roe Deer (buck and doe) in the field to the left of sewage works late last Saturday. Forgot to mention
Forum: Worcestershire Saturday 11th March 2017, 19:53
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Posted By midlands birder
Moors- As has been stated. Lots of bird activity...

Moors- As has been stated. Lots of bird activity here. Highlight goes to the Jack Snipe, still on the peninsular, trying its best to hide among the vegetation (The bird was in the very vibrant new...
Forum: Worcestershire Sunday 26th February 2017, 15:48
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Posted By midlands birder
A little bit of footage of yesterdays Caspian...

A little bit of footage of yesterdays Caspian Gull :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fjpya1qGhls
Forum: Worcestershire Saturday 25th February 2017, 19:36
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Posted By midlands birder
What an evening! Dropped into the Moors Pool...

What an evening!
Dropped into the Moors Pool briefly. 9 Pochard, Cettis, 4 Gadwall and 2 Shelduck, but didnt make it to the hide. Met Matt S on the causeway before heading down to the flashes for the...
Forum: Worcestershire Saturday 18th February 2017, 20:06
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Posted By midlands birder
A very nice evening at the flashes this evening....

A very nice evening at the flashes this evening. Highlight for me was the Little Owl which perched on the barn roof for around 15 minutes. My first on site for a few years!
Managed to find the Med X...
Forum: Bird Identification Q&A Monday 6th February 2017, 16:33
Replies: 12
Views: 658
Posted By midlands birder
1- Rock Pipit 2- Redshank, Dunlin and Knot 3-...

1- Rock Pipit
2- Redshank, Dunlin and Knot
3- Skylark
4- Rock Pipit
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