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  1. Reader

    Readers 2006 list

    I saw a red crested Pochard at Carsington Water three weeks agon and forgot to add it to the list. Also went down to a friends in South wales and called into Porthcawl in the hope of seeing some of these storm blown Leache's Petrels. I managed to see 5+ straight away. 218 Red-crested Pochard...
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    Readers 2006 list

    Had a few days in Cornwall. Fantastic weather, not a cloud in the sky for four days. No good for birds though as virtually all the migrants seem to have flown. I added two for the year. 216. Spotted Sandpiper 217. Yellow-browed Warbler. That makes 320 if you include Turkeys new year birds.
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    Readers 2006 list

    After a weekend in Norfolk my year list has gone up to: 215 (UK) 318 in total (UK & Turkey) Surf Scoter White-rumped Sandpiper Little Auk
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    Readers 2006 list

    My list swelled rapidly when I took a trip to Turkey with Steve Lister. His amazing skills at picking out birds, knowing their calls certainly gobsmacked me and his knowledge helped in getting me quite a few birds I would have struggled with. 103 new birds for the year has brought my years...
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    Readers 2006 list

    No real birding yet this month but did pick up three at Rutland yesterday 210. Black Tern 211. Yellow-legged Gull 212. Osprey
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    Readers 2006 list

    Had a day in Anglesey but on the way I picked up a couple of unexpected year ticks. 203. Tawny Owl 204. Quail (flew past the car Nr Betws-y-coed) On Anglesey 205. Raven 206. Chough 207. Manx Shearwater 208. Arctic Tern 209. Black Guillemot
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    Readers 2006 list

    201. Pine Grosbeak (Lifer) 202. Red-footed falcon 203. Red Kite Pine Grosbeak is now officially recognised as an escapee. So list is now 201 Red-footed Falcon 202. Red Kite
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    Readers 2006 list

    Only 6 this month. 195. Gannet 196. Guillemot 197. Razorbill 198. Puffin 199. Kittiwake 200. Scops Owl
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    Readers 2006 list

    11 more this month, most from my last week in Norfolk. 184. Monague's Harrier 185. Grey partridge 186. Black winged Stilt 187. Little Stint 188. Curlew Sandpiper 189. Woodcock 190. Wood Sandpiper 191. Wilson's Phalarope *(Lifer) 192. Little Gull 193. Little Tern 194. Pied Flycatcher
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    Readers 2006 list

    Had a great time in Norfolk adding quite a few more to my list. Also founed another 8 in may whilst i was there. This is my total as of the end of April 143. Garganey 144. Hobby (Eurasian) 145. Stone-curlew 146. Little Ringed Plover 147. Dotterel (Eurasian) 148. Knot (Red) 150. Ruff 151...
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    Readers 2006 list

    I didn't go very far this month so only picked up 4 new birds for the year. 139. Ringed Plover 140. Green Sandpiper 141. Lesser Spotted Woodpecker 142. Blackcap
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    Readers 2006 list

    132. Waxwing 133. Penduline Tit 134. Water Pipit 135. Rock Pipit 136. Ring-necked Duck 137. Jay 138. Green Woodpecker
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    Readers 2006 list

    128. Common Rosefinch (lifer) 129. Long-eared Owl 130. Common Snipe 131. Jack Snipe
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    Readers 2006 list

    Year : 2006 127 species for January Divers Red-throated Diver Black-throated Diver Great Northern Diver Grebes Little Grebe Great Crested Grebe Red-necked Grebe Black-necked Grebe Petrels and Shearwaters Fulmar (Northern) Cormorants Cormorant (Great) Shag (European) Herons and...
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