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    Broken Biscuits Birdwatching

    If you drive and get tired of city birding, you quite close to Montrose basin. A great place for winter wildfowl and an outside chance of seeing beavers.
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    Broken Biscuits Birdwatching

    I had a friend who said he was a "lucky birder", but the biggest bit of luck he had was spending huge amounts of time in the field. He reminded me of Gary Player, who I am told said "they call me a lucky golfer, but the more I practice the luckier I get!"
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    Newbie from the Netherlands

    I know it's a few months since your post but I hope, as we approach spring, your birdwatching efforts are rewarded. Don't know much about birding in Holland, except that I have heard that the Biesbosch national park is amazing. My advice for a beginner is to get a notebook and pencil and a field...
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    Welcome from a newbie

    Just a short note to introduce myself. My name is Pete and, after living on the English South Coast and East Anglia, my wife and I decided to make our last move intro the Scottish Borders, Duns to be precise. After a far from perfect winter, with my wife getting an infection after her...