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    Default Midlands Birder Blog

    I am a and this is my first post on surfbirds to advertise my blog.

    I have a new post on my blog about a few birds hanging on from summer,
    Please have a look

    www.Midlandsbirder.blogspot.com

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    Welcome MB - glad to see you here! Hopefully some hits are on there way!!

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    Red-Breasted Mergansers at Fen's Pools: http://midlandsbirder.blogspot.com/2...ergansers.html

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    A few new Posts on the Blog

    Please have a look
    Harris Hawk, Red Kite.
    Red Throated Diver coming very soon!

    www.Midlandsbirder.blogspot.com

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    Aformented RED THROATED DIVER post

    http://midlandsbirder.blogspot.com/2...ly-awsome.html

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    What a place to get a good rarity! Must be about as far from the coast as it's possible to be in Britain. How did that get found?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelF View Post
    What a place to get a good rarity! Must be about as far from the coast as it's possible to be in Britain. How did that get found?
    Tbh, although i rant about the wind up there, it just added to the atmosphere about being up high on a hill with a rare migrant bird which like you say, was about as far from the coast as it can get (well it couldve been more inland, eg coventry)
    The story is a birder with another blog went up the hill looking for SEO's and birds like that, he went up there and found the bird, so well done him!
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    Wonder how the bird ended up there, too? Maybe it was migrating over on one of those foggy days and the summit was sticking out of the fog?

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