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Taking Stock
Quiet times in these lazy, hazy days of summer. Hence the lack of posts recently. The World Cup has taken some of the blame...thankfully! It DOES make a refreshing change. Can we do it? The weather had been sensational...and yet some people are moaning it's...
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Back in the groove
I've been totally engrossed in the fantastic World Cup competition. It's easily the most exciting and dramatic Football I've watched for a long time. Last nights Belgium v Japan game was simply magnificent! Cruel ending for Japan who tried harder than I've ...
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Little Gulls
Spent some time down at Sammy's Point car park this afternoon. The tide was way out and there were few Gulls on show. Out of nowhere appeared a nice flock of c20 Little Gulls that continued East towards Kilnsea Wetlands.
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Squacco Heron
News broke early this morning of a quality bird at Spurn...just as I was leaving for work! John Hewitt reported it had flown off over Sammy's Point around 8.10am...so that was that! ...or was it? Back on Kilnsea Wetlands at 8.30!!! I finished at 4 and heade...
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Owls
Woke early this morning before work. Bonus views of a Tawny Owl flying low across field viewed from bedroom window. Also had my first sighting of Barn Owl on Snakey on Wednesday evening.
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Normal service resumed
Computer fixed for a modest fee. Result!
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The times...they are a changin'
Computer still away...but fixed! Species or sub-species or race? That is the question..but what's the answer? I've no idea lol! For example there are 42 sub-species of Shorelark! I still love the thrill of the chase. Trouble is there's less to chase for an ...
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DNA Birding!
‘ West African and American Royal Terns have long been considered the same species,’ explained Prof. Martin Collinson from the University of Aberdeen’s Institute of Medical Sciences. ‘They look pretty much identical to each other except the American Royal T...
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Quiet
Summer doldrums have set in while we let the dicky birds get on with procreation. There's always something to see or look for however but the anticipation factor definitely decreases. I have to admit that my thoughts have turned to Russia at the moment... w...
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Scaling Dam
Wednesday found me making the journey North through Yorkshire to Scaling Dam. News of two lingering Ospreys tempted me to make the awkward journey from Holmpton. I arrived around midday, parked up and started to explore the area. I'd been a few times before...
Scaling Dam
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