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Conservation is our Future
This is my first Blog for the site, so here goes, I went for a walk on the North Wall Grimsby and saw Great Black backed Gull, Common Gull, Herring gull, Black headed Gull, Turnstone, Curlew, Ferral Pigeon House sparrow Carrion Crow, Starling, Oyster catcher and Wood pigeon. Not many small birds about, the weather was overcast and chilly.:t:
Are there boundary markers between the Kingom of Humberside and the magic Kingdom of Yorkshire?

I assume the boundary is marked with toadstools?
Good one Zebs, it's always nice to get a thread started to cover a new area. It means that people visiting an area can get some 'local' knowledge before they go.
:-OWe try and build the fence Higher but they still manage to get through, Humber Bridge is the culprit..:-O
Wet land on Rosper road Immingham

Looked there on Friday and again this morning Flock of about 6 Shovellers, Usual mallard and Coots, Moorhens, Pheasant, Couldn't stay long as on my way to work.

Went to North wall again over the week end, The meadow Pipits were in abundance, Usual Herring Gulls, Common Gulls, Carrion Crows, House sparrows and Starlings along with some ferrel Pigeons Managed to see pair of Reed Buntings also a pair of Linnets were also present.. Will try and broaden my Birding area soom as i get more time..Watch this space.:t:
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