Monthly Archives: September 2013

28th September 2013 – GLOSSY IBISES in Cumbria!!!!

I was so tempted to leave Cumbria behind today and head east where it’s dripping with Yellow-browed’s, but as it turned out I’m so glad I didn’t. I was determined to stick with my patch birding and not leave my … Continue reading

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26th September 2013 – Still no yank…

Spotted Redshank and Med Gull were today’s highlights….

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25th September 2013 – Med Gulls…

My shifts at work recently have been allowing me to get out birding on most days, but as you’ll guess from my lack of posts I’ve seen nowt of interest. There’s plenty of goldies about to keep me amused, but … Continue reading

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8th September 2013 – First Pinkfeet of the autumn…

Highlights today were this single Curlew Sandpiper… Other bits n bobs included 4 Ruff, an adult Med Gull and 9 Pinkfeet flew over.

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4th September 2013 – Still searching….

A quick search yesterday evening produced a couple of juvenile Curlew Sands, and the Spotted Redshank was still knocking about. Nicer weather today, so with a day off work I was determined to get out there and find that Semi-p. I didn’t. … Continue reading

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1st September 2013 – Spotred is the highlight…

It was feeling distinctly autumnal this morning on the Solway, but I didn’t mind that at all, in fact I quite like it being gloomy at a weekend as I find that the cool and windy conditions are ideal for keeping the tourists away! Once again there … Continue reading

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