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Cornwall Birds 8h
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A rather rare few days in the county recently: a Bonaparte's Gull past Jubilee Pool, Tawny Pipit y'day at Porthgwarra, RF Falcon past Castle-an-Dinas, as well as a couple of Rosy Starlings and a Marsh Warbler. On top of that, confirmation of the first Green Warbler for Cornwall.
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Ian Boreham 8h
My return today to see the Cornish chough family in west Cornwall coincided with feeding time!
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Great stuff Martin. This confirmed Green Warbler becomes the second first-for-cornwall this year, although sadly not as twitchable as the Royal Tern. Will the impressive 4 first-for-cornwalls from 2018 be beaten this year?
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Peter Roseveare 10h
Female Red-footed Falcon just headed North East passed Castle-an-Dinas.
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Bob Bosisto 10h
Female Red-footed falcon seen 5:15 pm at Castle an Dinas heading north east
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Friends of Portheras Jun 25
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C'wallWildlifeTrust Jun 24
w/ Day 24: Went out in search of Nuthatch today, having had seen them at Pendarves Nature Reserve before. So with a spell of bright sunshine, I headed over to the woodland in search of what I think is one of our most underrated birds 📷:
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Paul Freestone Jun 24
Just had a male Rose-coloured Starling fly north over Mexico Towans towards Gwithian.
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ian hayes Jun 24
Rosy Starling still at Lizard Village, Lloyds Lane ...first cut field on L. V elusive.
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Bob Bosisto Jun 24
Really pleased to find what I believe is a Male Red veined Darter at Breney Common , Cornwall today
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Paul Freestone Jun 24
47 Med Gulls, Whimbrel and 2 Sandwich Terns the only things of interest on Hayle Estuary currently.
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Martin Collinson Jun 23
I'm willing to bet 20 Scottish pounds that this was a Green Warbler. Plumage (from photos) pretty much rules out Greenish and the song could be either.
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Ilya Maclean #FBPE Jun 20
Nice to get great views and hear a singing Marsh Warbler on the Lizard today.
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C'wallWildlifeTrust Jun 20
w/ Day 20: Had hoped to photograph Dippers this month, but have had no luck until today. I think perhaps the rain we've had has made the stream too fast moving for them. This one was very productive getting breakfast this morning though 📷:
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Steve Rogers Jun 20
This charismatic Cuckoo put on a great display chasing insects and grubs at the Marazion Marsh viewing area early this morning. (3rd day). Quite a treat as they are scarce here.
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Ian Boreham Jun 19
Only ever seen grebes carry their young on their backs in a wildlife film, until today.Also watching the parent feed the chick whilst on the back showed how tender they are with their young.
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Paul Ash Jun 19
Marazion marsh . Cuckoo still present around viewing area .
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Ian Boreham Jun 18
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C'wallWildlifeTrust Jun 18
w/ Day 18: Birds of Prey in Skies of Grey. An overcast day today didn't stop busy kestrel parents as they continued their feeding duties. The male efficient in bringing food for the female to take in for her chicks, rain or shine. 📷:
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