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Gyorgy Szimuly
Lives in Bletchley, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
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birder, bird photographer, shorebird conservationist and interested in people who uses G+ Circles properly.
I have been a birdwatcher since 1981, a bird list keeper since 2000 and a bird photographer since 2004. Bird conservation is playing a primary role in my life since 1998.

Life List: 2178
Latest Lifer: Buff-bellied Pipit (United Kingdom)

My interests:
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Birding Travel
Bird banding

I'd be happy to hear about you but I ask you to create Circles named: Birders, Bird Photographers, Nature Photographer or Bird Conservationist, if you have any of them, please add me to these circles. I am interested in these topics but not in others so please don't include me in other posts. Have a nice organizing.

Thanks for your understanding.
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Bletchley, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
Tata, Hungary
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Will Snowy Plover go 'Red' on the US WatchList?

Written by Gyorgy Szimuly/WorldWaders Snowy Plover is an endangered species of North America which inhabits both beaches and inland habitats

Spoon-billed sandpipers get help from Leica Camera AG

Written by Saving the Spoon-billed Sandpiper The critically endangered Spoon-billed Sandpiper has been given desperately needed financial he

From endangered to extinct: the tragic flight of the Eskimo Curlew

By Randy Boswell/The Province It is — or was — a long-legged shorebird about the size of a mourning dove, with mottled brown feathers and a

Turtle doves dying out - Telegraph

Turtle doves, England’s most threatened farmland bird, could become extinct, conservationists have warned, after numbers reached a record lo

Thermaling Red Kites

In the hottest period of the day I biked out to the new landfill near Newton Longville to count the actual number of Red Kites. The sky was

Bempton Cliffs Kittiwaking

It's been almost exactly 12 years since I have seen my first seabird colony in the Varanger Fjord in Norway. Today we had a nice chance to s

Spoon-billed Sandpiper Animation Project

There is not much needed for a bird enthusiast to feel really touched when learning about the struggle of a little bird species for survival

This is Our Beach Too! Kill S 486!

Written by Audubon North Carolina Cape Hatteras National Seashore is in jeopardy, and WE NEED YOUR HELP! If Senate Bill S 486 is passed on T

Fourth of July Beachgoers Asked to "Fish, Swim, and Play from 50 Yards A...

Written by Robert Johns/American Bird Conservancy As millions of vacationing Americans head to their nearest beach destination for a long we

The future of Beach-nesting Birds is under a cloud

Written by Grainne Maguire/BirdLife Australia The future of BirdLife Australia’s Beach-nesting Birds Program is currently facing uncertain t

Chile: Partners Reach Consensus on Bahía Lomas Protection

Written by Meredith Gutowski Morehouse/WHSRN The Bahía Lomas WHSRN Site of Hemispheric Importance, located in Tierra del Fuego, southeast Ch

Dutch Arctic Terns migrating to Antarctica via Australia

A remarkable new study, published in the Dutch ornithological journal Ardea, has revealed that Arctic Terns breeding in the northern part of

48 people rescued from sinking birdwatching boat

DOZENS of passengers rescued as ferry hit rocks on the west Wales coast and started to sink

An unidentified bunting

Today I revisited my local birding path, the Blue Lagoon Nature Reserve. I was a little bit late but it was still nice with lovely weather.

Fundraising site for

I have just created a fundraising page for getting donations to keep the website alive. Every small amount helps to cover th

A tribute to the Hungarian spring

This is my first spring in the United Kingdom. This is the first time I am witnessing the spring migration of British birds and experiencing

Whimbrels completed 3rd leg of unknown loop migration route

Written by Bryan Watts & Fletcher Smith/The Center for Conservation Biology Scientists at the Center for Conservation Biology have tracked 3

Great Lebanese Bird Hunt

This short blog post is linked to the previous one on the bird massacre in Lebanon. Peter Ericsson (Thailand) informed me about a group name

Bitter taste celebration

I have been planning to write something enthusiastic for the readers of the WorldWaders News Blog as there would be a reason for celebration

I had a Cappuccino there and it was excellent.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Food: GoodDecor: Very goodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Excellent food, staff, own selected caffee and lovely environment with a view to the Old Lake. Highly recommended if you visit Tata.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
4 reviews
Higly recommended! Lovely view from the terrace, nice stuff and cheerful, lovely owner makes this hotel a perfect choice.
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reviewed a year ago