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Hello from the Wet and Wild NW of England (1 Viewer)

Hi all. I'm relatively new to bird watching. My husband got me interested in it a few years ago. Before we were married we had a 4,000 mile long distance relationship and I would tell him about the birds and wildlife I would see in the US and he would tell about the UK. Now married and living in the UK, I'm learning to identify the birds we see. So fair warning I may ask a lot of seemingly silly questions about fairly common birds but they're still new to me. I look forward to "speaking" to you all.

Cheers!
Melissa
 

KC Foggin

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Hi there and a warm welcome to you from those of us on staff here at BirdForum :t:

Ask away Melissa. That's what we're here for ;)
 

delia todd

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Hi Melissa and a warm welcome from me too

I'm sure you will enjoy it here and I'll look forward to hearing all your news.

D
 

Gill Osborne

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Hi Melissa and welcome to Bird Forum :hi:

Ask away.....everyone on here was a newcomer to birdwatching once and even now, nearly 30 years on, I still make mistakes :-O

Look forward to hearing about your days out birding - I can still remember how exciting it all was when I first started out in 1984 o:)
 

Kits

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Welcome to BirdForum! I am sure you will find lots to interest you here, and I hope you enjoy your visits.
 

Marmot

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HI

Welcome to Birdforum.

Don't worry about any questions, we all have to start somewhere. To start of with just buy a Birds of Britain/Europe book, you can pick one up from about £3.
 
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