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Graham Canny
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Keen amateur wildlife photographer and traveller!
Keen amateur wildlife photographer and traveller!

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Wildlife and Weather Roundup 2017 - Part Two
.....Continued. July: July was a generally
unsettled month but it was often warm, especially in the south-east. There
were brief hot spells, with widespread thunder. It was cooler from the third
week onwards and there was some heavy persistent rain at times...
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Wildlife and Weather Roundup 2017 - Part One
Welcome to my end-of-year summation – briefer, skinnier and healthier, but with an unmistakeable international flavour. It’s undeniably wildlife-friendly - I can confirm that the flora & fauna remained safe and well, despite my incursions. This roundup is a...
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December Highlights!
Weather : December began cold and frosty, but then turned mostly mild and cloudy. There were
strong winds associated with Storm
Caroline and this was followed by a cold wintry spell, which brought
widespread frosts and snow. It turned generally mild again j...
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A Happy Christmas & a Merry New Year to all my readers!
Season's Greetings ! My best wishes to all, have a great festive time!   ( The view outside my window ) May your God go with you. Thanks for all your support over the past year. Hopefully, 2018 will be just as good a year, for wildlife watching, as 2017 was...
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November Highlights!
Weather : The sunshine was the most notable feature this month, ranking as the 9th sunniest November since records began, back in 1929. Most areas had above average sunshine hours, but it still wasn’t as sunny as last year. It was also a colder than average...
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October Highlights!
Weather : October was predominantly shaped by mild west/south-westerly airflow, bringing some spells of unusually high temperatures, both by day and by night. However the winds did turn northerly for the last weekend of the month, bringing the first widespr...
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September Highlights!
Weather : The poor weather continued this month,
despite the Daily Star’s assurances
of a ‘ Scorcher
Autumn ’.  September kicked off with a weak ridge of high pressure which initially brought relatively quiet weather, but the rest of the month was generally...
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Papua New Guinea’s Birds of Paradise and Culture
Papua New Guinea’s Birds
of Paradise and Culture with Naturetrek.co.uk Weather : Hot & humid; cold & cloudy; rain
on occasion. Wildlife seen : Nearly 200 bird species (including
15 Birds of Paradise ) - a few mammal species - lots of lepidoptera - several o...
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Green Sandpiper, seen in RSPB Rye Meads, during April 2017.
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