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  • Birding North Wales

    It's my first post, so why not have an insight to my world in North Wales: http://www.birdingnorthwales.blogspot.com

    Many thanks, Alex
    http://www.birdingnorthwales.blogspot.com

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    Looks nice! Some of the places familiar from when I was at Uni at Bangor

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    • #3
      Recent blog entry on the my recent trip to Norfolk... Western Sandpiper, White Fronted Goose, Rough legged Buzzard, Arctic Redpoll and Golden Pheasant plus many more specialities included with images.

      Cheers, Alex
      http://www.birdingnorthwales.blogspot.com

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      • #4
        Iceland Gull, Glaucous Gull, Tundra Bean Goose, Firecrest, Black Throated Diver in North Wales and a post on garden Bird ringing!

        Please take a look

        Alex
        http://www.birdingnorthwales.blogspot.com

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        • #5
          Recent post from the latest visit to Gwent, Wales for the amazingly attractive Common Yellowthroat. We also managed to get a nearby Lesser Scaup in Cardiff and a very showy Glossy Ibis! Full trip report and Images of all birds.. Check it out!

          Alex
          http://www.birdingnorthwales.blogspot.com

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          • #6
            Took a trip down to East Anglia this week and managed to get some incredible birds including Golden Oriole, Black Winged Stilt, Black Necked Grebe, Woodlark, Darfrod Warbler, Cuckoo, Bittern, Little Gull, Nightingale, Hobby, Cetti's Warbler and much, much more from some great sites. Without having to write it all out and post pictures on here,

            Please take a look at the trip report and images here: http://www.birdingnorthwales.blogspot.com

            Alex
            http://www.birdingnorthwales.blogspot.com

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            • #7
              Cream-Coloured Courser in Herefordshire/ Roller and Marsh Warbler on the East Coast/ Red-Footed Falcon in Derbyshire = Trip reports, images and videos! Please check it out!
              http://www.birdingnorthwales.blogspot.com

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              • #8
                Had a super trip up to scotland ringing storm petrels, also able to witness breeding great skuas, black throated divers and snipe! The next leg of the trip took us across scotland to do some birding as we came across Ospreys, Ptarmigan, Scottish crossbill (yes, a genuine one identified by sonogram) crested tit, twite and many more.

                Part 1: http://birdingnorthwales.blogspot.co...1-nan-ron.html

                Part 2: http://birdingnorthwales.blogspot.co...ey-to-and.html

                Thanks, Alex
                http://www.birdingnorthwales.blogspot.com

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