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    Armenia 12 to 25 May 2018

    Though the Svensson and co. paper also states "white on the tail base ... often not visible even in flight" for variegatus.
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    Black Rats to be eliminated on the Shiants

    "One of the most vulnerable species is likely to have nested on the Shiants in the past, and may do so again, but it's unlikely in the presence of rats. How much evidence do you need?" Actually there appears to be no real evidence that Manx Shearwaters ever bred on the Shiants. Speculation yes...
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    Black Rats to be eliminated on the Shiants

    Hi, can you let me have some contact details. I'd like to use some of your comments in an attempt to take this further. Thanks.
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    Black Rats to be eliminated on the Shiants

    Goodbye to the last colony of Black Rats in the UK based on zero evidence. Shameful waste of money. http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/home-news/eu-gives-450000-to-project-aiming-to-clear-islands-of-rats.24428932
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    Welsh whale stranding

    Any thoughts on the ID of this? http://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/stranded-whale-set-free-pensarn-6387523 Could it be young Fin rather than Minke?
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    Moray birding

    Many of the records being posted on here are lifted straight off the following website: http://www.birdsinmorayandnairn.org/ Maybe they should be credited as such?
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    Olympus Ls12 - advice needed

    Hi Peter, Which settings are you using with the LS-12? Thanks, Dave
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    Sperm Whale at Oban

    Wow, has apparently left Oban this afternoon.
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    Sperm Whale at Oban

    Latest sightings here: http://www.whaledolphintrust.co.uk/index.asp Photos on Chalice Charters facebook page
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    WALRUS !!!! - Orkney

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/BBC-Radio-Orkney/31395967167 Cracking photo!
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    A beached whale in Cornwall

    Shouldn't the jaw be white on the right side for Fin Whale?