Join for FREE
It only takes a minute!
More discoveries. NEW: Zeiss Victory SF 32

Welcome to BirdForum.
BirdForum is the net's largest birding community, dedicated to wild birds and birding, and is absolutely FREE! You are most welcome to register for an account, which allows you to take part in lively discussions in the forum, post your pictures in the gallery and more.

Garden/Yard List 2020

Reply
 
Thread Tools Rate Thread
Old Thursday 26th March 2020, 08:56   #351
KenM
Registered User
 
KenM's Avatar

 
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: London
Posts: 12,182
A late start this am with a wall to wall blue, generally quiet for me under these conditions, then from behind my tall conifer heading South East at 9.24am, a slow shallow descending glide before downward wing beats....a Marsh Harrier no.62, but more importantly no.147 on my all time garden list, coincidentally saw my 1st (locally) last August circa a mile away over Chingford Plain. The only downside being unable to image it, as the juxtaposition of the trees and window frames coupled with not having enough time to activate the camera unlike Tuesday’s Brent Geese....still I’m not complaining. :)
KenM is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Thursday 26th March 2020, 09:17   #352
Richard Prior
Halfway up an Alp
 
Richard Prior's Avatar

 
Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: MANIGOD
Posts: 3,052
Two Garden Life ticks in just over a week Ken, steady on lad.
Welcome to the new contributors to the thread, the more the merrier!
__________________
"Thought I saw an eagle
But it might have been a vulture
I never could decide" Leonard Cohen
Richard Prior is online now  
Reply With Quote
Old Thursday 26th March 2020, 10:00   #353
KenM
Registered User
 
KenM's Avatar

 
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: London
Posts: 12,182
Quote:
Originally Posted by Richard Prior View Post
Two Garden Life ticks in just over a week Ken, steady on lad.
Unnerving times Richard in more ways than one.
KenM is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Thursday 26th March 2020, 13:44   #354
Farnboro John
Registered User

 
Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Farnborough
Posts: 14,551
Afternoon update:

Still 26 March

35. Raven (Over North-west)
36. Buzzard (Over East)
37. Coal Tit (Holly in garden - good record, less than annual)

Bird species total today 30 so far. Pretty good for central Farnborough.

John
Farnboro John is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Thursday 26th March 2020, 23:11   #355
Paul Chapman
Registered User
 
Paul Chapman's Avatar

 
Join Date: Sep 2008
Location: Clevedon
Posts: 9,760
Today's working from garden marathon produced 23 species - one better than yesterday and with a garden year tick in two Red Kites - a first summer and probably another more worn first-summer travelling together? Pic one is a definite first-summer aged (I hope correctly) on the basis of the pale tips to the underside of the greater coverts.

36 - Red Kite - 26th March 2020.

A few other pics attached.

Checklist here - https://ebird.org/checklist/S66255837

All the best

Paul
Attached Thumbnails
Click image for larger version

Name:	Red Kite 004 (reduced).jpg
Views:	6
Size:	298.5 KB
ID:	722286  Click image for larger version

Name:	Red Kite 010 (reduced).jpg
Views:	9
Size:	215.5 KB
ID:	722287  Click image for larger version

Name:	Mallard 004 (reduced).jpg
Views:	9
Size:	235.2 KB
ID:	722289  Click image for larger version

Name:	Magpie 004 (reduced).jpg
Views:	4
Size:	384.6 KB
ID:	722290  Click image for larger version

Name:	LTT 002 (reduced).jpg
Views:	5
Size:	399.6 KB
ID:	722291  

__________________
Paul Chapman

I've decided to start a self-find list as self-help to reduce my level of self-harm.
Paul Chapman is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Friday 27th March 2020, 07:31   #356
Farnboro John
Registered User

 
Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Farnborough
Posts: 14,551
Early morning update:

Two regular species that had so far eluded me during this era appeared this morning:

27/3

38. Grey Heron (ad over low, following brook upstream)
39. Grey Wagtail (rooftop to brook)

Breakfast now, and then back out!

John
Farnboro John is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Friday 27th March 2020, 08:08   #357
JWN Andrewes
Poor Judge of Pasta.
 
JWN Andrewes's Avatar

 
Join Date: Mar 2004
Location: Flintshire, UK
Posts: 4,673
26th March
30) Carrion Crow
31) Blackcap
32) Grey Wagtail
33) Sparrowhawk
Attached Thumbnails
Click image for larger version

Name:	IMG_5173.JPG
Views:	5
Size:	200.8 KB
ID:	722303  
__________________
Last Lifer - (2325) Eastern Black-eared Wheatear.
Last UK - (463) Eastern Yellow Wagtail.
Last North Wales - (253) Cattle Egret.
Last Garden - (95) Osprey.
JWN Andrewes is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Friday 27th March 2020, 10:07   #358
Warixenjalka
Registered User
 
Warixenjalka's Avatar

 
Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: Finland
Posts: 1,097
#42. European Robin

Few pics from garden (but nothing like yours Kites and Pere´s ).
Attached Thumbnails
Click image for larger version

Name:	ddcbP1320154.jpg
Views:	11
Size:	88.2 KB
ID:	722313  Click image for larger version

Name:	ddcbP1320175.jpg
Views:	8
Size:	905.3 KB
ID:	722314  Click image for larger version

Name:	ddcbP1320274.jpg
Views:	6
Size:	471.6 KB
ID:	722315  Click image for larger version

Name:	ddcbP1320284.jpg
Views:	9
Size:	418.7 KB
ID:	722316  
__________________
Last lifer: Isabelline Wheatear #436, WP ticks: 326, Finnish ticks: 264 (Firecrest), Eco ticks: 200 (Spotted Crake), Yard tics (alltime): 114 (Northern Wheatear), Photo ticks: 406 (Ortolan Bunting)
Warixenjalka is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Friday 27th March 2020, 12:23   #359
Farnboro John
Registered User

 
Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Farnborough
Posts: 14,551
27 March

40. Peregrine (Over low, North, just before midday. Too quick for the camera!)

John
Farnboro John is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Friday 27th March 2020, 15:46   #360
KenM
Registered User
 
KenM's Avatar

 
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: London
Posts: 12,182
Quote:
Originally Posted by Farnboro John View Post
27 March

40. Peregrine (Over low, North, just before midday. Too quick for the camera!)

John
Nothing wrong with the camera.....
KenM is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Friday 27th March 2020, 16:55   #361
Farnboro John
Registered User

 
Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Farnborough
Posts: 14,551
Quote:
Originally Posted by KenM View Post
Nothing wrong with the camera.....
Yeah, all right.....

John
Farnboro John is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Friday 27th March 2020, 20:25   #362
Paul Chapman
Registered User
 
Paul Chapman's Avatar

 
Join Date: Sep 2008
Location: Clevedon
Posts: 9,760
One addition today:-

37 - Rook - 27th March

A few pics of the commoner stuff from the last few days. Enjoying the sunshine of working from garden.

All the best
Attached Thumbnails
Click image for larger version

Name:	Blue Tit 002.JPG
Views:	5
Size:	345.9 KB
ID:	722387  Click image for larger version

Name:	Great Tit 002.JPG
Views:	4
Size:	407.1 KB
ID:	722388  Click image for larger version

Name:	Magpie 004.JPG
Views:	4
Size:	384.6 KB
ID:	722389  Click image for larger version

Name:	Starling 004.JPG
Views:	6
Size:	255.8 KB
ID:	722390  Click image for larger version

Name:	Blackbird 003.JPG
Views:	6
Size:	327.3 KB
ID:	722391  

__________________
Paul Chapman

I've decided to start a self-find list as self-help to reduce my level of self-harm.
Paul Chapman is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Saturday 28th March 2020, 06:37   #363
KenM
Registered User
 
KenM's Avatar

 
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: London
Posts: 12,182
Meadow Pipit low over roof NW this am, no.63.
KenM is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Saturday 28th March 2020, 07:47   #364
Welsh Peregrine
Registered User

 
Join Date: Nov 2004
Location: Birkenhead
Posts: 1,238
First Stock Doves for the garden, two on the lawn feeding on spilt seed from the feeder. Thursday added one to the “inside the house” list, a Long-tailed Tit was too bold, entered through the patio door, but allowed itself to be captured easily, and the regular pair have been seen since. More sightings of Coal Tit on the feeders yesterday than normal, wonder if it had any link to the passage on the Welsh islands? House on the Wirral ridge, with a distant view to Moel Famau.
Welsh Peregrine is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Saturday 28th March 2020, 07:51   #365
Steve
Registered user

 
Join Date: Jan 1970
Location: Uk
Posts: 268
BIRDERS are coming together in a global show of unity against coronavirus.

A ring is being put on the calendar to designate April 5 as the Great Back Yard Birdwatch when tens of thousands of nature lovers locked down around the world by the pandemic will be tallying the wildlife they see.

Whether it is those in self-isolation recording garden birds from inside their homes, or those venturing outdoors on socially-spaced exercise walks, the hope is to celebrate the wonders of wildlife with spring reaching northern climes and autumn arriving in the southern hemisphere.

From Alaska to Zanzibar, nature lovers are being urged to compile checklists, take photographs and share stories of their encounters with birds and other creatures, both great and small, on the BirdForum platform and with the Self Isolating Bird Club.

BirdForum – the net’s largest birding community – has joined forces with the social media group set up by wellknown television presenter Chris Packham to lift spirits, combat loneliness and connect with wildlife from a safe distance.

On both sides of the Atlantic migrant species are now arriving from their wintering grounds to seek out nesting territories. In Europe, wheatears, flycatchers and hirundines are navigating the Sahara to start making landfall in coming weeks.

Their journeys are being mirrored through the Americas, with brightly coloured wood-warblers, tanagers and hosts of shorebirds on the move. Nature’s colourful kaleidoscope is also being accentuated by plants coming into flower and butterflies, bees and other insects on the wing.

Living in a time of pandemic does not stop people enjoying the sights and gaining the physical and mental health benefits of connecting with the natural world, even while having to stay indoors.

Over coming days, BirdForum will continue bringing you more news of the Great Back Yard Birdwatch and how you can post pictures, checklists and personal accounts on our platform as well as the Self Isolating Bird Club’s Twitter and Facebook feeds.

We also hope to forge links with wildlife organisations around the world to show that nature is the best medicine.

· Please adhere to the regulations being laid down in your country regarding safe-distancing and self-isolation.

in a global show of unity against coronavirus.

A ring is being put on the calendar to designate April 5 as the Great Back Yard Birdwatch when tens of thousands of nature lovers locked down around the world by the pandemic will be tallying the wildlife they see.

Whether it is those in self-isolation recording garden birds from inside their homes, or those venturing outdoors on socially-spaced exercise walks, the hope is to celebrate the wonders of wildlife with spring reaching northern climes and autumn arriving in the southern hemisphere.

From Alaska to Zanzibar, nature lovers are being urged to compile checklists, take photographs and share stories of their encounters with birds and other creatures, both great and small, on the BirdForum platform and with the Self Isolating Bird Club.

BirdForum – the net’s largest birding community – has joined forces with the social media group set up by wellknown television presenter Chris Packham to lift spirits, combat loneliness and connect with wildlife from a safe distance.

On both sides of the Atlantic migrant species are now arriving from their wintering grounds to seek out nesting territories. In Europe, wheatears, flycatchers and hirundines are navigating the Sahara to start making landfall in coming weeks.

Their journeys are being mirrored through the Americas, with brightly coloured wood-warblers, tanagers and hosts of shorebirds on the move. Nature’s colourful kaleidoscope is also being accentuated by plants coming into flower and butterflies, bees and other insects on the wing.

Living in a time of pandemic does not stop people enjoying the sights and gaining the physical and mental health benefits of connecting with the natural world, even while having to stay indoors.

Over coming days, BirdForum will continue bringing you more news of the Great Back Yard Birdwatch and how you can post pictures, checklists and personal accounts on our platform as well as the Self Isolating Bird Club’s Twitter and Facebook feeds.

We also hope to forge links with wildlife organisations around the world to show that nature is the best medicine. Please adhere to the regulations being laid down in your country regarding safe-distancing and self-isolation.

Details and more to follow.
__________________
http://www.birdforum.net
Steve is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Saturday 28th March 2020, 08:09   #366
JWN Andrewes
Poor Judge of Pasta.
 
JWN Andrewes's Avatar

 
Join Date: Mar 2004
Location: Flintshire, UK
Posts: 4,673
27th March
34) Coal Tit
35) Rook
__________________
Last Lifer - (2325) Eastern Black-eared Wheatear.
Last UK - (463) Eastern Yellow Wagtail.
Last North Wales - (253) Cattle Egret.
Last Garden - (95) Osprey.
JWN Andrewes is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Saturday 28th March 2020, 15:08   #367
JWN Andrewes
Poor Judge of Pasta.
 
JWN Andrewes's Avatar

 
Join Date: Mar 2004
Location: Flintshire, UK
Posts: 4,673
28th March
36) Canada Goose
37) Great Spotted Woodpecker
38) Kingfisher
39) Dipper
40) Treecreeper
41) Pheasant
42) Lapwing
43) Starling
Attached Thumbnails
Click image for larger version

Name:	IMG_5291.JPG
Views:	6
Size:	195.1 KB
ID:	722427  Click image for larger version

Name:	IMG_5322.JPG
Views:	10
Size:	271.3 KB
ID:	722428  
__________________
Last Lifer - (2325) Eastern Black-eared Wheatear.
Last UK - (463) Eastern Yellow Wagtail.
Last North Wales - (253) Cattle Egret.
Last Garden - (95) Osprey.
JWN Andrewes is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Saturday 28th March 2020, 15:12   #368
Richard Prior
Halfway up an Alp
 
Richard Prior's Avatar

 
Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: MANIGOD
Posts: 3,052
Nice Treecreeper JW!
Still got 21 Brambling here but little change otherwise, expecting snow down to our altitude tomorrow night
__________________
"Thought I saw an eagle
But it might have been a vulture
I never could decide" Leonard Cohen
Richard Prior is online now  
Reply With Quote
Old Saturday 28th March 2020, 15:33   #369
jnicholes
Registered User

 
Join Date: Apr 2019
Location: Nampa, Idaho
Posts: 240
Click image for larger version

Name:	Owl.jpg
Views:	6
Size:	102.7 KB
ID:	722430

Finally got a picture of the Neighborhood Owl.

I'm closing my list because I'm Moving in less than two weeks. I'll post my full finished list of this house later.
jnicholes is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Saturday 28th March 2020, 15:35   #370
jnicholes
Registered User

 
Join Date: Apr 2019
Location: Nampa, Idaho
Posts: 240
Quote:
Originally Posted by Steve View Post
BIRDERS are coming together in a global show of unity against coronavirus.

A ring is being put on the calendar to designate April 5 as the Great Back Yard Birdwatch when tens of thousands of nature lovers locked down around the world by the pandemic will be tallying the wildlife they see.

Whether it is those in self-isolation recording garden birds from inside their homes, or those venturing outdoors on socially-spaced exercise walks, the hope is to celebrate the wonders of wildlife with spring reaching northern climes and autumn arriving in the southern hemisphere.

From Alaska to Zanzibar, nature lovers are being urged to compile checklists, take photographs and share stories of their encounters with birds and other creatures, both great and small, on the BirdForum platform and with the Self Isolating Bird Club.

BirdForum – the net’s largest birding community – has joined forces with the social media group set up by wellknown television presenter Chris Packham to lift spirits, combat loneliness and connect with wildlife from a safe distance.

On both sides of the Atlantic migrant species are now arriving from their wintering grounds to seek out nesting territories. In Europe, wheatears, flycatchers and hirundines are navigating the Sahara to start making landfall in coming weeks.

Their journeys are being mirrored through the Americas, with brightly coloured wood-warblers, tanagers and hosts of shorebirds on the move. Nature’s colourful kaleidoscope is also being accentuated by plants coming into flower and butterflies, bees and other insects on the wing.

Living in a time of pandemic does not stop people enjoying the sights and gaining the physical and mental health benefits of connecting with the natural world, even while having to stay indoors.

Over coming days, BirdForum will continue bringing you more news of the Great Back Yard Birdwatch and how you can post pictures, checklists and personal accounts on our platform as well as the Self Isolating Bird Club’s Twitter and Facebook feeds.

We also hope to forge links with wildlife organisations around the world to show that nature is the best medicine.

· Please adhere to the regulations being laid down in your country regarding safe-distancing and self-isolation.

in a global show of unity against coronavirus.

A ring is being put on the calendar to designate April 5 as the Great Back Yard Birdwatch when tens of thousands of nature lovers locked down around the world by the pandemic will be tallying the wildlife they see.

Whether it is those in self-isolation recording garden birds from inside their homes, or those venturing outdoors on socially-spaced exercise walks, the hope is to celebrate the wonders of wildlife with spring reaching northern climes and autumn arriving in the southern hemisphere.

From Alaska to Zanzibar, nature lovers are being urged to compile checklists, take photographs and share stories of their encounters with birds and other creatures, both great and small, on the BirdForum platform and with the Self Isolating Bird Club.

BirdForum – the net’s largest birding community – has joined forces with the social media group set up by wellknown television presenter Chris Packham to lift spirits, combat loneliness and connect with wildlife from a safe distance.

On both sides of the Atlantic migrant species are now arriving from their wintering grounds to seek out nesting territories. In Europe, wheatears, flycatchers and hirundines are navigating the Sahara to start making landfall in coming weeks.

Their journeys are being mirrored through the Americas, with brightly coloured wood-warblers, tanagers and hosts of shorebirds on the move. Nature’s colourful kaleidoscope is also being accentuated by plants coming into flower and butterflies, bees and other insects on the wing.

Living in a time of pandemic does not stop people enjoying the sights and gaining the physical and mental health benefits of connecting with the natural world, even while having to stay indoors.

Over coming days, BirdForum will continue bringing you more news of the Great Back Yard Birdwatch and how you can post pictures, checklists and personal accounts on our platform as well as the Self Isolating Bird Club’s Twitter and Facebook feeds.

We also hope to forge links with wildlife organisations around the world to show that nature is the best medicine. Please adhere to the regulations being laid down in your country regarding safe-distancing and self-isolation.

Details and more to follow.
That's great! I'll try and make a list of whatever I see in the next house.
jnicholes is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Saturday 28th March 2020, 17:58   #371
Paul Chapman
Registered User
 
Paul Chapman's Avatar

 
Join Date: Sep 2008
Location: Clevedon
Posts: 9,760
After a concerted effort in the back garden today produced simply a Redwing for my lockdown garden list, I ended up bringing the scope into the house and trying scoping the countryside to the south. In addition to a couple of flying Little Egrets, three garden year ticks including two garden ticks - you can tell I've never really kept a garden list before:-

38 Stock Dove 28 Mar 2020 (garden tick but breeding site visible from the house in the distance)
39 Common Kestrel 28 Mar 2020
40 Mandarin Duck 28 Mar 2020 (garden tick - an adult drake that has been in the area a while in flight with a drake Mallard)

Not really a day for photography but I managed a couple of pics of a few bits.

All the best

Paul
Attached Thumbnails
Click image for larger version

Name:	Redwing 001.JPG
Views:	5
Size:	534.7 KB
ID:	722442  Click image for larger version

Name:	Redwing 004.JPG
Views:	6
Size:	423.3 KB
ID:	722443  Click image for larger version

Name:	Collared Dove 001.JPG
Views:	7
Size:	350.4 KB
ID:	722444  Click image for larger version

Name:	Collared Dove 002.JPG
Views:	5
Size:	315.2 KB
ID:	722445  Click image for larger version

Name:	Blue Tit 001.JPG
Views:	7
Size:	358.5 KB
ID:	722446  

__________________
Paul Chapman

I've decided to start a self-find list as self-help to reduce my level of self-harm.
Paul Chapman is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Sunday 29th March 2020, 10:55   #372
halftwo
Wird Batcher
 
halftwo's Avatar

 
Join Date: Aug 2006
Location: Silkstone Common
Posts: 8,765
Blog Entries: 1
60: Chiffchaff

Actually in my tiny front garden!
__________________
Known to follow bird waves.
halftwo is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Sunday 29th March 2020, 19:03   #373
Richard Prior
Halfway up an Alp
 
Richard Prior's Avatar

 
Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: MANIGOD
Posts: 3,052
Some nice photos starting to appear on the thread (plus mine and Wari's efforts too ), I heard one or possibly two Siskin this morning, they were so rare in winter here, just one bird in December and a couple of sightings of one and then two on just two days in February, so where were they? I get the impression they were a lot less numerous for some of you in UK, what about elsewhere in Europe, anybody?
Brambling on the other hand were well represented, or rather, are - still c50 around today!
__________________
"Thought I saw an eagle
But it might have been a vulture
I never could decide" Leonard Cohen
Richard Prior is online now  
Reply With Quote
Old Sunday 29th March 2020, 21:26   #374
Paul Chapman
Registered User
 
Paul Chapman's Avatar

 
Join Date: Sep 2008
Location: Clevedon
Posts: 9,760
Less concerted effort today but a couple notched up in continuing cold blustery northerlies:-

41 Meadow Pipit - a flock of thirty - 29 Mar 2020
42 Great Spotted Woodpecker - flying through the garden - 29 Mar 2020

Change of wind direction next week........

All the best
__________________
Paul Chapman

I've decided to start a self-find list as self-help to reduce my level of self-harm.
Paul Chapman is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old Sunday 29th March 2020, 22:20   #375
KenM
Registered User
 
KenM's Avatar

 
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: London
Posts: 12,182
No ticks today even with an 8-2pm lockdown, very slow throughout the day albeit interspersed with some good birds. A pair of Blackcap first thing plus a pair of Mandarin Duck flying over the house (West-East) and creasing the chimney pot! (first time I've witnessed Mandarin going anywhere other than North-South or vice versa. After an almost Winter's Redwing famine..several flocks with one holding twenty two birds! Two Starlings East...always welcome as they're not exactly common hereabouts. A female Kestrel (3rd for year), then Lesser-spot. over the house followed several minutes later by a Gos low over the ride, then a stunning male Sprawk perched briefly atop peanut feeder, a Red Kite and a probable (can't tick it) Hawfinch outback. Resumed ''station'' after an hours excercise (walk), where I threw in the towel at 5.30 with my first Buzzard of the day! (considering I had almost double digit sightings yesterday ) I don't think they like strong gusting winds as we had today.
Attached Thumbnails
Click image for larger version

Name:	P2180462.jpeg     Blue Tit 2..jpeg
Views:	9
Size:	115.6 KB
ID:	722543  Click image for larger version

Name:	P2180824.jpeg   LTT on Sycamore.jpg
Views:	9
Size:	92.0 KB
ID:	722544  Click image for larger version

Name:	P2190028.jpeg     Can Goose 1..jpg
Views:	16
Size:	40.5 KB
ID:	722545  Click image for larger version

Name:	P2190052.jpeg    Kite 01.jpeg
Views:	11
Size:	49.8 KB
ID:	722546  Click image for larger version

Name:	P2170827.jpeg   Grey Wag outback 1..jpeg
Views:	6
Size:	169.9 KB
ID:	722554  

KenM is offline  
Reply With Quote
Advertisement
Reply


Thread Tools
Rate This Thread
Rate This Thread:

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

vB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is Off
HTML code is Off

Similar Threads
Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
Garden/Yard List 2018. halftwo Birds & Birding 679 Thursday 3rd January 2019 10:52
Garden / Yard List 2015 halftwo Birds & Birding 1215 Friday 1st January 2016 15:49
Garden (Yard) List 2014 halftwo Birds & Birding 783 Monday 5th January 2015 11:56
Garden (Yard) List 2013 The Falcon Birds & Birding 714 Friday 27th December 2013 11:26
How big is your GARDEN/YARD LIST? Katy Penland Lists 163 Thursday 8th May 2008 17:02

{googleads}

Fatbirder's Top 1000 Birding Websites

Help support BirdForum

Page generated in 0.19061303 seconds with 40 queries
All times are GMT. The time now is 04:52.