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    Tawny Pipit

    Discussion thread for Tawny Pipit. If you would like to add a comment, click the Post Reply button. Second image from Haryana in December is a Long-billed Pipit. Grahame
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    Band-rumped Storm Petrel off Queensland

    A Band-rumped Storm Petrel was photographed on 9 Apr during the Southport Pelagics Sea-Mounts trip. This would represent the first record for Australia subject to BARC acceptance. http://www.eremaea.com/BirdlineRecentSightings.aspx?Birdline=7 Grahame
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    Leucistic Chiffchaffs trapped simutaneously

    Leucistic Chiffchaffs are a rare enough sight anyway but imagine the surprise to staff at Portland Bird Observatory when two such birds were trapped almost simultaneously yesterday. It begs the questions... were they siblings? And had they travelled together during two migrations from/to the UK...
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    Kemp's Ridley Turtle in Dorset

    Two endangered Kemp's Ridley Turtles were washed up on the Dorset coast on the Chesil Beach over the New Year. https://twitter.com/stevetrewhella1 Grahame
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    Greenland colour-ringed Dunlin re-sighted on the Fleet in Dorset, UK

    A Dunlin colour-ringed at Zackenberg in NE Greenland on 9 Jul 2015 has been re-sighted on the Fleet at Ferrybridge, Portland in Dorset on 8 Aug 2015. http://www.portlandbirdobs.blogspot.co.uk/2015/08/23rd-august.html Grahame
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    Re-discovery of Black-capped Petrel on Dominica

    A team of scientists have re-discovered a significant population of Black-capped Petrels (Diablotin) in the mountains of Dominica in the Lesser Antilles. The last recorded breeding there was in 1862. https://petchary.wordpress.com/2015/07/28/good-news-a-rare-caribbean-bird-rediscovered/ Grahame
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    Leach's Storm Petrel Southport Qld

    A Leach's Storm-Petrel was photographed on the 28 Jun from a pelagic out from Southport, Queensland. Subject to BARC acceptance it represents the 86th species to be recorded from this site. Click on further information to access Southport Galleries...
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