yes, I know hobby isn't a rare bird. But it is here in inland Yorkshire, England in March - yet one's reported at nearby reservoir for today on one of major news services. now never say never, especially with global warming (and i look forward to the photo, description or being proved wrong) but it reminds me of another news service posting from inland yorks Humming bird (right in midst of hawkmoth season). so who is quality-controlling the news that's put out - and, does the fact that people phoning in the news are, often, paying customers of the same news services create a dilemma = if news service declines to put the news out does it lose a subscription? so it puts news out. Yet it'll do nothing for credibility of news services if rubbish is put out? any news provider care to say how these claims are assessed?
even better can someone post a pic or description of the hobby seen at ingbirchworth res yorks today?!