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Old Sunday 5th April 2015, 14:51   #1
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Red Kite. West Hagley.

Red Kite seen heading towards Hagley/ Blakedown being mobbed by crows. Spotted from. Brake. Lane at 3.40pm!
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Old Sunday 5th April 2015, 19:24   #2
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lways a great bird to see but now so "common" in Worcs that RBA doesn't put them out on the pager anymore Think Brian still publishes details on WorcesterBirding.
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Wood Warbler and Skylark, north of Brake Lane.
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Great sightings Mark especially so the Wood Warbler. When you say North of Brake Lane do you mean the area around the bridle path towards Iverley?
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lways a great bird to see but now so "common" in Worcs that RBA doesn't put them out on the pager anymore Think Brian still publishes details on WorcesterBirding.
Not for a few weeks now.

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Red Kite seen in the area of Iverley Lane this morning at around 10.30am.
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From the footpath going past The Birches towards water treatment plant
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From the footpath going past The Birches towards water treatment plant
Thank you Mark.

A walk there this morning just yielded Yellowhammers, Whitethroats, Skylarks and a Common Buzzard.

A pity some of the dog owners do not pick up the mess left by their dogs !!
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Hi Pam,
Yellowhammers not seen this year, nice to know still about, Skylarks unusual, good to see. Thanks for the tip about New Fancy View, no Goshawks, Good day out.

Dog mess , if God exists Mountain bikes would fall in it
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Yellowhammers not seen this year, nice to know still about, Skylarks unusual, good to see. Thanks for the tip about New Fancy View, no Goshawks, Good day out.


Better luck next time Mark!

Dog mess , if God exists Mountain bikes would fall in it
Fingers crossed!
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Skylarks displaying well, this morning by the water treatment works
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