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Noah Walker
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Lundy Island
During the holidays I went to Lundy Island for two weeks with the hope of nesting and birding. The island is in the middle of the Bristol channel but despite this the weather always seems to go around the island leaving it in nearly constant sunshine (as re...

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Bird Box Frenzy!
Before October I started making Bird boxes for garden birds and raptors to add to my Nest recording in the summer for the BTO's Nest record Scheme. If like me you are a young birder, I would really recommend taking part in this. It's a brilliant way to inte...

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A Ridge Way Cycle
Since the Summer holidays have started me and my Dad decided to go for a short cycle ride along part of the Ridge Way. Although we were mainly cycling my Dad kindly let me stop occasionally to birdwatch, and do a bit of nesting. The main birds around were L...

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Oxford Harcourt Arboretum
Although the Breeding season has come to an end I recently went to the Oxford Harcourt Arboretum to partly look for nests but mainly to see what sort of stuff there is and to see wether I could include it as one of my Nest Record Scheme sites. The main spec...

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Minsmere
It was a rather early start if me and my parents wanted to get to Minsmere and still have a decent amount of time around the reserve. We left at 6:45 and arrived at 10:00. We first looked for the illusive Turtle Dove but sadly with no success. We ten headed...

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OBG Nests
To get an easier chance to find some more nests I went to the Oxford Botanic Garden at 7:00 so I could get there before it opened, leaving me the whole place to my self. This made it a lot easier to hear and follow the birds around to their nests. I started...

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Minsmere
I had been planing to go to Minsmere for a month and after a few changes of dates because of bad weather we finally got a chance to go, and the weather was perfect. After a four hour journey at 6 o'clock, we finally arrived. We started by going to Island me...

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Signs of Spring
With the rapidly increasing temperature I have been able to get out more and see the changes that have been going on outside. The early trees, Willow and Hawthorn, have already got leaves on and are getting the attention of nesting birds and some resent mig...

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First nest of the year
Last Tuesday, thanks to the good whether and clear sky I decided to go to the oxford botanic garden. First I set up a spot where I could just wait and after I while the wildlife started to settle back down and get closer. The first bird ton catch my eye was...

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some amazing pictures of foxes and shorelarks
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