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    Severnside photo quiz

    I wondered if anyone could identify these 14. All taken on Severnside/ UK so don't expect too many rarities... http://www.severnsidebirds.co.uk/page108.html good luck
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    16 pictures to identify

    Just a quick posting of a 16 bird photo quiz for my website regulars that I thought some on Bird Forum might like to have an attempt at http://www.severnsidebirds.co.uk/page108.html the best score so far is 13 out of 16. Answers on the website on Sat 30th June. Good luck. Popeye
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    List website

    To list or not to list. I have found a new and useful website http://www.bubo.org/listing/ where you can calculate and publish your UK/Scottish/Welsh/English/UK county life or year lists using BOU/UK 400/ BIRDWATCH magazine formats with dates and location. A more useful system than used by...
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    Severnside Birds photo quiz

    I have post 16 images taken on my local patch this year. Should be quite easy for the british birders and a bit more of a challenge for overseas bird watchers. No prizes but should be fun. I will post the answers on the website at the end of the month. see...
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    UK Mystery birds quiz...

    Mystery birds... « Thread Started on Nov 30, 2005, 12:20pm » If any one is interested I have produced a Mystery Birds quiz on the Severnside birds website. There is no prize but they should prove entertaining on these dark winter nights. I will give all the answers on 24th December. A few...
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    My local patch, Severnside Engalnd

    My local patch; Severnside, England My local patch on the Severn Estuary is usually covered by just one (dedicated) birder in the week with 3 or 4 others at the weekends. It has gone through an excellent period this year with 4 new species seen so far. We usually average about 1 per year...
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    Hello from South West England

    o:) Hello from Popeye in South West England and a warm welome to all feathered Americans that may arrive in the next few weeks! A Yellow-billed Cuckoo reported on Scilly was an excellent start.