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Thread: Hi from Sussex

  1. #1
    Junior Member
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    Jan 2012

    Default Hi from Sussex

    Just joined and thought I would say hi, I don't know that much about birds yet, but I love to watch them and my interest is growing! I also love taking photos of birds. Hoping to learn lots

  2. #2
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    Norfolk, UK


    Hi Jacqui - welcome to Surfbirds!

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    Senior Member birdboybowley's Avatar
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    Nov 2007
    west sussex


    Hi Jacqui
    Birds are a great interest to have - and you're in a pretty good county to build on it too. Are you West or East (shiver )? There's some great sites in both halves to get out and about in


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    Hi, I am kind of between the two, just outside Brighton Yes there are some nice places to go around Sussex. So far only seen robins, blue tits, great tits and sparrows in my garden but today I saw a long tailed tit! first one I've seen in our garden, was really chuffed!

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