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  1. Tom Mc85

    Tom Mc85's 2021 Year List

    Off I go again! Birds in bold are my favourite sightings/highlights. As I am limited to birding by public transport I can't usually reach remote locations. Most sightings are around my local area in Dorset. Jan 1st: 1. Herring Gull 2. Woodpigeon 3. Magpie 4. Carrion Crow 5. Wren 6. Blackbird 7...
  2. Tom Mc85

    Tom Mc85's 2020 Year List

    Here we go again! Need to beat last years 122, birds in bold are my favourite sightings/highlights. As I am limited to birding by public transport I can't usually reach remote locations. Seen on New Years Day walk around Lodmoor: 1. Mute Swan 2. Canada Goose 3. Shelduck 4. Gadwall 5. Eurasian...
  3. Tom Mc85

    Tom Mc85's 2019 List

    My goal this year is to go out and make a proper effort to find new birds. These will have to be mainly in my local patch (Dorset) as I am reliant on public transport. Here is my list for 2019, I will be updating it as we go. Birds in bold are my highlights/favourite sightings. 1. Mute Swan 2...
  4. Tom Mc85

    Hello from Dorset

    Hi everyone, I am 33 and live in sunny Weymouth, UK. I have always had a casual interest in birdwatching but have taken it to a more serious level recently. I am regularly visiting my local reserves at RSPB Radipole and Lodmoor, as well as Arne.
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