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Ecological Experiences is the flora & fauna we encounter every day and the environment in which we observe wildlife
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Ecol' Experiences 3h
Flood-lit East Norfolk 13-12, a day of Geese & Cranes with . See December Website Photo Diary for more.
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Ecol' Experiences 17h
2 White-fronted Geese with approx 250 Pink-feet at Waxham on winter wheat field
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Single White-fronted Goose amongst 600+ Pink-footed Geese just south of Horsey mill
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Ten Tundra Bean Geese at West Somerton
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Ecol' Experiences 18h
A minimum of 6 Tundra Bean Geese on harvested sugar beet field with Pinks at Ashby
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Ecol' Experiences 21h
Male Hen Harrier over fields along Repps Road Martham
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Ecol' Experiences Dec 5
Thousands of Pink-feet in East Norfolk 3-12 and much more besides. See Website Photo Diary for more.
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Ecol' Experiences Dec 3
Minimum of 4 Tundra Bean Geese with 1000 plus Pink feet on harvested sugar beet fields at Catfield.
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Ecol' Experiences Dec 3
Rough legged Buzzard, 2 Marsh Harrier, C. Buzzard, 8 Cranes and approx 2000 Pink footed Geese in the Thurne area.
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Ecol' Experiences Nov 30
Highlights from 29-11 with along the Norfolk coast. More on Website Photo Diary.
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Ecol' Experiences Nov 29
Six Marsh Harriers and a Peregrine from Beach Road, Cley and eight Velvet Scoter from Cley Coastguards
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Ecol' Experiences Nov 24
These sensationalise what they do to seek attention. Fight fire with fire. Dropping them naked and unarmed into the Serengeti at night would be very fitting. Switlyk and newspapers all thrive on sensationalism.
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Ecol' Experiences Nov 19
Please support Hedgehog Societies protect this beautiful endemic mammal. Out during the day spells trouble for this very small and mange-infected hog .
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Ecol' Experiences Nov 14
Sunset with a Marsh Harrier still hunting over the reedbeds
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Ecol' Experiences Nov 11
On this day of remembrance, along with the loss of our own species, lest we not forget the many other species we have lost, on which all Homo sapiens depend on.
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Ecol' Experiences Nov 9
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Ecol' Experiences Nov 9
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Ecol' Experiences Nov 8
A11 casualties between Thetford and Norwich : 2 Roe Deer (almost side by side), Fox, Rabbit, Muntjac, Mallard and at least 10 Pheasants
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Ecol' Experiences Nov 8
Great Grey Shrike showing well at Santon Warren with
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Ecol' Experiences Nov 7
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