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Old Thursday 9th April 2020, 18:20   #1
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Help me find an old birding website

Hello,
Anybody remembers the date, url and time of a particular site?

British birders may remember, that there used to be a website >10 years ago. It included material how to find scarce and rare birds in the UK, for example how to look for a Richard's Pipit on migration or how to see a Bittern. It could be a material from some birding book, and could be connected to Lee Evans, or not. Lots of useful stuff if one does not want to follow twiitches of others.

I do not remember the site, so I cannot find it through the internet wayback machine.
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Old Friday 10th April 2020, 18:17   #2
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Hello,
Anybody remembers the date, url and time of a particular site?

British birders may remember, that there used to be a website >10 years ago. It included material how to find scarce and rare birds in the UK, for example how to look for a Richard's Pipit on migration or how to see a Bittern. It could be a material from some birding book, and could be connected to Lee Evans, or not. Lots of useful stuff if one does not want to follow twiitches of others.

I do not remember the site, so I cannot find it through the internet wayback machine.
Well this is is his book.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Ultimate-Gu...6542554&sr=8-1

I doubt that he ever put this on a website, he will have wanted book sales.
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With the Internet, since its publication (and half a brain) it is all out there i would have thought and you can come up with your own if such sites exist in this crowded isle of ours...

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