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Dorset Bird Club
To promote the interest of birds and birdwatching in Dorset & collate bird records, producing the annual Dorset Bird Report.
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Dorset Bird Club Oct 15
If the project is popular, if they want us there, and the times fall right, there may be a chance of a group mini bus from the south of the county.
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Dorset Bird Club Oct 15
According to google maps, Bourton is the most northerly parish in Dorset so I think it’s acceptable to say it’s Dorset! It’s great to hear of Dipper in the area! We’ll be sure to check it out soon. Thanks for the information.
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Dorset Bird Club Oct 15
It’s great to be involved with this new project in the North of Dorset. The vision is very exciting and all involved consider the area an ornithological goldmine as it’s so un-explored for its wildlife. Who knows what’s hiding here! Want to get involved?
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Dorset Bird Club Oct 14
To think that we know some of the young birders featured in this article really does make you realise just how important social media has been for the development of 21st century birding. It’s great to see the next generation getting involved and realising the value of nature.
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Adrian Groves Oct 13
Here in Dorset we have had a very challenging time with this bird......The American blackTern, Longham Lakes,Dorset.
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freddy alway Oct 13
Richards pipit between moonfleet and butter street cove this morning.
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Nick Urch Oct 13
PF Goose still at West Bay easily viewable from road by Rise restaurant. Very wet!!
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Richard Oct 12
West Bay, Pink-footed Goose still present this morning.
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Peter Moore Oct 11
Replying to @DorsetBirdClub
Taken from the jetty near the north-west corner of the south lake
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Wawlee Oct 11
Pink Footed Goose still at West Bay in field North of Rise Cafe
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Ornisobscura Oct 10
Storm Petrel W past Cogden 17:10 Arctic Tern earlier
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Mark Cooper Oct 9
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Ornisobscura Oct 10
Pinkfoot West Bay north of Rise Cafe in fields alongside River Brit at 1:30 somewhat approachable iphone photo
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Dorset Bird Club Oct 10
Good News coming from the Milton Abbas monitoring scheme of Tawny Owls is that, contrary to trends in different parts of the country, Dorset has had a record breaking year for the hatch success of the species. Thank you to the Blackmore Vale Magazine for the article.
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NSL-Birding Oct 9
American Black Tern (Longham Lakes 08/10/2019) Black Tern (Slimbridge 02/10/2019) Comparison of the two Species
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ian ballam Oct 9
Birders please retweet attached about Longham Lakes access. Essential maintenance work is being carried out at Longham Lakes from Friday 11th for 2 weeks, access may be severely restricted whilst this happens. This could affect viewing of the American Black Tern,if it stays!
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Chris Button Oct 8
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Dorset Bird Club Oct 8
with numbers increasing well in Cornwall and more extralimital records there's a great chance they'll colonise naturally in the not too distant future - how exciting would that be!
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Wader World Oct 7
American Black Tern again present this morning at Longham lakes Dorset, although a little distant compared to yesterday but great to see again....
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Wawlee Oct 7
American Black Tern at Longham Lakes this morning. Pretty dismal light but didn't want to miss the chance to see it after hearing the news, just as I left for work last night!
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