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Old Monday 24th June 2019, 17:06   #1
Graham Orm
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Excellent site

I'm new to birding, and stumbled on this site. I assume that some of you are already members?

Locate sightings of birds in your area world wide. https://ebird.org/home

Some great identification photo's too.

Hard to describe, go and register and have a look round. I found it on a You Tube video called 'Wildlife Photography Tutorial: How To Photograph Small Birds' By Simon Roy.

Hope I'm not teaching you to suck eggs.

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Yeah, the author of the site, Cornell University, has one of the biggest Ornithology departments in the country.
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