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  1. J

    Bird Feeders and Boredom

    Unfortunately my birding has been under attack recently. A combination of caring for my wife who has been ill for the last five weeks bless her, bad weather and now having to isolate between PCR test and a visit to the hospital myself this week has confined me very much to quarters! Of course...
  2. J

    Lens advice please

    Hello, I have recently decided to take up bird photography in my receding years and wondered if I could ask some advice on lens choice. I have just purchased a Nikon D7100 and I am looking for a decent lens to get me started. Budget after the camera is very limited and I have realised I am for...
  3. J

    The Miscellaneous Tales of a Bundling Birder...

    Ok so I'm new in these parts but keen to 'get stuck in'. I'll be posting a few blogs here, how often is yet to be decided, like most resolutions at this time of year they tend to have been thrown out along with the leftover debris of Christmas by the end of January, well we'll see. I am not a...
  4. J

    Fiction Books on Birds

    Just wanted to add The Stonor Eagles by William Horwood to the list, I read this many years ago but reading this thread reminded me of it and I may have to find a new copy. It interweaves the story of Cuillin last of the great sea eagles on Skye and a biy James who becomes a bird sculptor. Not a...
  5. J

    Saying Hello....

    Thank you for all the welcomes today just finding my way around the site now. Update on Chiffchaff whilst I'm accepting probably a Common the possibility of it being Siberian is not ruled out as one has been seen recently not far from me. At the end of the day it's a bird 🙂 and that's nice...
  6. J

    Saying Hello....

    Hello, newbie here all be it with a bit of birding history. My Dad was a keen bird watcher and introduced me to birding when I was young. I grew up in North Wales and Dad's close friends/fellow birders where Ted Jones, better known as author and BBC Wales naturalist E.V. Breeze Jones (I'm...
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