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Forum: Norfolk Friday 8th September 2017, 18:56
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Posted By jimbob
Thanks for your input here over the years Paul,...

Thanks for your input here over the years Paul, and of course at Titchwell. All the best with your new role.
Forum: Norfolk Monday 17th October 2016, 16:16
Replies: 11
Views: 6,255
Posted By jimbob
This is appalling. Would love to know exactly who...

This is appalling. Would love to know exactly who is intent on ruining access for everyone else. Selfish pricks.
I would have said this won't be the conduct of a local, but recent posts suggest...
Forum: Norfolk Saturday 10th September 2016, 17:53
Replies: 184
Views: 36,263
Posted By jimbob
Perhaps we aren't ready for a solely aracnid...

Perhaps we aren't ready for a solely aracnid thread just yet. Up for a Mollusc one though.
I will keep an eye out for that guide, those wild guides are smashing.
Cheers,
Jim.
Forum: Norfolk Saturday 10th September 2016, 07:40
Replies: 184
Views: 36,263
Posted By jimbob
Seems to be Spider season at the moment. Is there...

Seems to be Spider season at the moment. Is there a decent guide and/or key?

Jim.
Forum: Norfolk Wednesday 17th August 2016, 20:11
Replies: 25,832
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Posted By jimbob
First day of Autumn. Icky, Wryneck and Greenish...

First day of Autumn.
Icky, Wryneck and Greenish over last 2 days.
I gave Caister and Winterton south a bash this morning, Wheatear and Whinchats the prize. Surely more out there. Saw one birder at...
Forum: Northumberland Saturday 30th July 2016, 19:27
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Posted By jimbob
Cheers DDack. Off to a good start here, saw the...

Cheers DDack. Off to a good start here, saw the Bonapartes today on the way up. Whimbrel, Dunlin, Redshank and distant Arctic and Sandwich Terns here too.
The places you mention I'm familiar with,...
Forum: Northumberland Friday 29th July 2016, 06:54
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Posted By jimbob
Morning all, Where's best for Wader watching...

Morning all,

Where's best for Wader watching guys? Wife and I staying near Bamburgh for a week from tomorrow. Might even be able to catch up with this Bonapartes Gull, can't believe it's still...
Forum: Norfolk Wednesday 4th May 2016, 07:05
Replies: 25,832
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Posted By jimbob
So, in short Mick, there is a debate to be had,...

So, in short Mick, there is a debate to be had, heated or cooled!

I thank-you for your detailed comments, yourself and Nick.

Interesting that in many counties- the majority- Birdtrack and the...
Forum: Norfolk Tuesday 3rd May 2016, 08:27
Replies: 25,832
Views: 7,329,012
Posted By jimbob
I sense a heated debate coming up........ I...

I sense a heated debate coming up........

I won't share my opinion here at the moment, but am I right in saying that the majority of UK county bird reports source material from Birdtrack?...
Forum: Norfolk Monday 18th April 2016, 19:50
Replies: 25,832
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Posted By jimbob
Rockland Broad was Tern-less at the weekend, and...

Rockland Broad was Tern-less at the weekend, and pretty devoid of wildfowl. I had better luck back at home when 2 Crane flew west over my garden in Claxton. Finally on the patch list! House Martin...
Forum: Norfolk Friday 15th April 2016, 16:47
Replies: 25,832
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Posted By jimbob
Almost a debate on here then, re: birds and...

Almost a debate on here then, re: birds and weather. It must be Spring.....

Glad to see Steve and others have caught up with the Penduline Tit, what a tricky bird but well worth it!

Quiet south of...
Forum: Norfolk Friday 25th March 2016, 20:33
Replies: 25,832
Views: 7,329,012
Posted By jimbob
Those Lapland Bunting are looking super! Nice...

Those Lapland Bunting are looking super!

Nice Strumpshaw write up Steve. The Penduline Tit was seen again today, this reserve is surely one of the UKs best sites for this species.

Swallow at Church...
Forum: Norfolk Friday 4th March 2016, 11:30
Replies: 25,832
Views: 7,329,012
Posted By jimbob
Very nice Graham! I would keep that site to...

Very nice Graham!
I would keep that site to yourself and keep an eye on it, and an ear. Hopefully they will be breeding in the area. Very few records in the county each year.

I thought I had a LEO...
Forum: Norfolk Saturday 20th February 2016, 14:39
Replies: 25,832
Views: 7,329,012
Posted By jimbob
Fascinating stuff David, and well done for...

Fascinating stuff David, and well done for putting the time in and asking the question.

Jim.
Forum: Norfolk Wednesday 17th February 2016, 07:31
Replies: 25,832
Views: 7,329,012
Posted By jimbob
I think they do still show by the feeders, but...

I think they do still show by the feeders, but unsurprisingly Hawfinches don't like people in camo hanging their massive lenses over the gate. I waited for a few of the above to depart the scene,...
Forum: Norfolk Tuesday 9th February 2016, 10:04
Replies: 25,832
Views: 7,329,012
Posted By jimbob
Interesting NWT map showing reported Tree...

Interesting NWT map showing reported Tree Sparrow, Stoat and Mistletoe!
http://www.norfolkwildlifetrust.org.uk/a-living-landscape/wildlife-sightings

Cheers,
Jim.
Forum: Norfolk Saturday 30th January 2016, 17:11
Replies: 25,832
Views: 7,329,012
Posted By jimbob
Hi guys, thanks for your advice. I got to Burgh...

Hi guys, thanks for your advice.
I got to Burgh Castle around 12, and the water level was too high really, but I wasn't far off as upon arrival the sky was plastered with Godwit, Shall and Lapwing....
Forum: Norfolk Thursday 28th January 2016, 17:06
Replies: 25,832
Views: 7,329,012
Posted By jimbob
There are still pure Goldies in The Brecks, but...

There are still pure Goldies in The Brecks, but it won't be long until they have disappeared. Shame, nice bit of the Norfolk birding tapestry.

Any tips for the Breydon Yellowlegs? Weather...
Forum: Norfolk Tuesday 5th January 2016, 17:48
Replies: 25,832
Views: 7,329,012
Posted By jimbob
Awesome record Tim, that's what patching is all...

Awesome record Tim, that's what patching is all about!

Jim.
Forum: Norfolk Sunday 3rd January 2016, 18:15
Replies: 25,832
Views: 7,329,012
Posted By jimbob
Hello all, Graham, thanks for sharing all of...

Hello all,

Graham, thanks for sharing all of your sightings. Invaluable.

Mark- one of these days, you will share a sighting on this ere forum. I wait in hope.

Paul- as always, many thanks for the...
Forum: Norfolk Saturday 17th October 2015, 20:02
Replies: 25,832
Views: 7,329,012
Posted By jimbob
Really interesting Nigel. I attempted to...

Really interesting Nigel. I attempted to speculate this theory earlier in the week, but you have put it much more eloquently than I!

Josh- give me a bell if you're about over next couple of weeks,...
Forum: Norfolk Saturday 17th October 2015, 19:05
Replies: 25,832
Views: 7,329,012
Posted By jimbob
Imagine if the perennial lurkers actually posted,...

Imagine if the perennial lurkers actually posted, we may even have a discussion.
What are people hoping for tomorrow?
Is it simply a case of more eyes in the field, or is north simply better than...
Forum: Norfolk Saturday 17th October 2015, 17:54
Replies: 25,832
Views: 7,329,012
Posted By jimbob
Good to see Josh's post lamenting the death of...

Good to see Josh's post lamenting the death of the thread having (I assume) intended impact: people posting again!
Decided to avoid the crowds today, although would still like to see Humes, perhaps...
Forum: Norfolk Tuesday 13th October 2015, 17:15
Replies: 25,832
Views: 7,329,012
Posted By jimbob
Don't think I've complained anywhere? I think my...

Don't think I've complained anywhere? I think my main point , somewhere in there, is the lack of rare on the east coast compared with north, and why this happens. Yarmouth had a Raddes, but you have...
Forum: Norfolk Monday 12th October 2015, 18:48
Replies: 25,832
Views: 7,329,012
Posted By jimbob
Certainly an exciting few days in the county. I...

Certainly an exciting few days in the county. I went through parts of Caister, Hemsby and Winterton yesterday and the 'rarest' bird I could muster was a Brambling! Was the north coast really dripping...
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