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  1. Corvus cornix

    Seafield to Kinghorn

    I'm sure you'll pick them up soon. What do you think are the chances of getting the 100 before the end of the year? Keep up the good work with the thread! :t: Cheers
  2. Corvus cornix

    Seafield to Kinghorn

    Well done on the Puffin. It was a bogey bird of mine for many years. Both your threads (this one and the North Sea one) are a great read. Your enthusiasm really shows, keep up the good work and thanks for posting. Cheers
  3. Corvus cornix

    Seafield to Kinghorn

    Looks good for a Velvet Scoter to me, the eye marking is just about visible. Nice one and thanks for another interesting post. Cheers