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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.

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  1. Bewick

    Benji's 2023 List

    A good place for bearded tit's is rainham marshes, two good areas for dartford warblers are 'iping and stedham commons' and 'blackdown' (the latter having had wintering great grey shrikes). Both areas are also good locations to see woodlarks. A great location for Slavonian grebes is KGV...
  2. Bewick

    Benji's 2023 List

    The berkhamsted ones? They turned up while we had already planned on going to Abberton so we sadly missed them, hopefully they stick until the term ends. Even if they leave, its 100% a species im going to get before the year ends.
  3. Bewick

    Benji's 2023 List

    You should try the discovery hide on seventy acres lake- with patience you are pretty much guaranteed some great views, the area is also great for nightingales in the spring/summer period.
  4. Bewick

    Benji's 2023 List

    Have you seen a bittern yet? Also that's a lot of new birds for one year... congratulations.
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