Monthly Archives: July 2014

27th July 2014 – Green Sand & Spotted Redshank are the ‘highlights’…

Nowt much to report really. All work and no play I’m afraid, lots and lots of 0445hr alarms has been the order of the day for the past 3 or 4 weeks. Wader and gull numbers have been rising nicely on the … Continue reading

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3rd July 2014 – Glossy Ibis at Milnthorpe…

 1st summer Glossy Ibis distant and digiscoped on the River Bela south of Milnthorpe…

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30th June 2014 – Twitching Bridled Tern? – Just Say NO!

All birders have probably got a bogey-bird. A species that you’ve tried to see several times before and missed. A species that frustrates, a species that gets under your skin. Bridled Tern has definitely become my bogey-bird… Back in 2003 news of a Bridled … Continue reading

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