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    Sandwell Valley

    Added Sandwell to our Murmuration Map yesterday.. Great to have new locations to add each year.
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    UK Starling Roost sites help

    Been a hectic few weeks with a lot more information been added, roost locations both reactivated as well as some where Starlings have moved on. All emails now up to date. There are quite a good few roost sites with massive amounts of Starlings this year. Great to see.
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    Have you seen The Waxwings yet?

    Quite a few sightings on Waxwings UK Twitter and Facebook pages.. Waiting... patiently here in Devon...
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    5 mins birding

    Sunday Morning 5 minute stare out the window just watching... beautifully still and sunny. House Sparrows outside the kitchen window and in the bird bath a Dunnock under the feeders a Robin grabbing the occasional sunflower heart Goldfinch Galore, about 20 of them fighting for the feeders one...
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    UK Starling Roost sites help

    A few more locations have been added this week. Hopefully now the weather has changed for the better (down here especially) that will mean more people could be out and about so more reports will be in.
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    UK Starling Roost sites help

    Hello all, especially those in the UK. As we approach winter the Starlings start to gather and people across the country start to look for them at their roost sites to watch their murmurations. A few years ago my wife and I started a facebook group and a single website page logging the...
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    RSPB Middleton Lakes

    http://www.starlingsintheuk.co.uk/ Thats the link to the main website. It has the Map & FAQs etc This autumns reports are coming in now so hopefully the Map markers will be a sea of red soon.
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    How did you get started with Birding/Birdwatching

    Mine started when I was a kid and my parents had a bird table in the garden. From there it grew, I joined the Y.O.C. in the early 80s and went to meetings etc with my old man. it dropped off once I got married the first time around but now I am married again and my wife loves heading out to...
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    RSPB Middleton Lakes

    Fingers crossed the Starlings return this winter. I run the Starlings In The Uk website and hope to keep our Murmuration Map as up to date as possible this winter
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    Hello... the best time of year is coming!

    Cheers for the welcomes, much appreciated. Glenn
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    Hello... the best time of year is coming!

    Hello all, I am Glenn from Torbay in South Devon, UK I have been in to ornithology since I was a kid in the days of the Young Ornothologist Club in the 1970s. A few years ago I started logging local Starling Murmuration sites so friends etc knew where they could go and see the displays in the...