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  1. birdieboy123

    Kuhl’s Pipistrelle at Dungeness

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    Chinese Mountain Cat

    Findings from the first ever active den of the Chinese Mountain Cat (Felis bieti). Some wonderful footage and a summary of the findings here, courtesy of ShanShui Conservation Center. Link To Footage
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    Sperm Whale In The Thames

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    Walrus, North Ronaldsay

    Apparently a Walrus was photographed off North Ron today via Twitter https://twitter.com/wykebirding/status/971804495142322177?s=21
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    Radios at spurn

    I believe the radios used are short wave, and you have to have the channel has to be put in by a firm called Radphone which is based in Hull, You also have to be a member of Friends Of Spurn and there is a fee to pay to use the licence
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    Birdguides new system

    That happened to me too, but I've contacted them and they've sorted it out
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    Yorkshire Birding

    Absolutely, Call in at Kew (the small cottage next to the pub) or ask any one of the regulars you see with a radio, and they'll point you in the right direction
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    How a researcher discovered a completely undocumented whale

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    Yorkshire Birding

    Still there, along with an Isabelline Wheatear just up the road
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    Flamborough head sites

    Try This
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    Solitary sandpiper

    Seen 3 weeks ago, http://www.lincsbirders.org/2016/10/01/solitary-sandpiper/
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    John's Mammals 2016

    Jon Hall's Birdfair talk is now on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sPARoCSYsPg
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    RFI Yorkshire - October Half Term

    Tophill Low near Driffield, is always worth a visit If you are on Facebook there are groups for North Cave, Tophill, Filey, and Scarborough with more upto date sightings than the websites
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    RFI Yorkshire - October Half Term

    You should get a better response if you post your request in the Yorkshire Birding thread HERE
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    Collins bird guide app

    There is a survey running to see if there is enough interest in an Android version of the app https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/K6PFSFS
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    Pine Marten filmed in the New Forest

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    Cetaceans - Aberdeen and beyond

    Humpback Whale today in Norfolk, was seen all morning and into the afternoon 4km out from Winterton beach car park as per Norfolk Cetaceans
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    Belugas - Northumberland

    The story so far http://www.seawatchfoundation.org.uk/more-rare-beluga-whales-spotted-around-the-uk/
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    Belugas - Northumberland

    It's been reported that the 2 were seen on Tuesday off South Shieds
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    Blue Whale in English Waters

    a Blue Whale photographed in english waters from a research ship https://codemap2015.wordpress.com/2015/09/02/spectacular-marine-life-seen-during-codemap-expedition/
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    Whale Watching Whitby

    Here's the WEBSITE and the FACEBOOK page and follow them on TWITTER for upto date sightings
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    Beluga Whale off Antrim!!!

    Seen again today at 11:25 at Portballintrae
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    Kefalonian Moths

    Thanks Andy
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    Kefalonian Moths

    Saw these large moths on a recent holiday to Kefalonia and need help with the ID, Am I right in thinking the first one is a Palm Borer?
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    Brown Bear cam in Estonia

    Just seen a Deer go through the back of the shot, Couldn't make out the species