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TheWhiteFalcon Sep 25
The influence of Iceland was in evidence on the scrapes at this afternoon. Good numbers of moulting juvenile-1w islandica Black-tailed Godwits on the scrapes and also a rather lost looking lone young Pink-footed Goose.
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TheWhiteFalcon Sep 20
There's always a surprise around the corner at . The early evening flyover from 4 Common Cranes, slowly beating their way east in the increasing breeze, was today's turn up for the books. Also three Spotted Redshanks and two Curlew Sandpipers for added extras.
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James Appleton 🇪🇺 24 Jun 16
Nice to get back to with & Bob Cobb 2day - some good birds, good company, good craic...
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Keith Langdon Feb 15
Cracking views of extremely confiding at this afternoon
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Regents Park Birds Sep 20
A juvenile Spotted Redshank is joined by a Common Redshank for a walk around Simmonds Scrape at reserve.
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TheWhiteFalcon Sep 18
Super morning around today. Several parties of Bearded Tits seen in communal gatherings. Two juvenile Curlew Sandpipers, two flights of Pink-footed Geese, a dozen Buzzards drifting over high, along with at least four Red Kites, whilst a Peregrine circled the south side.
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Regents Park Birds 10 Apr 16
I amazed that they manage to dive down into a reed bed.
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Regents Park Birds 10 Apr 16
There were other waders present; Lapwing, Avocet's and a Ruff.
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James Appleton 🇪🇺 14 Jul 15
Late evening Spooner from . Also 24 LRP's on Simmonds alone - what might the whole reserve's total have been?
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Graham Etherington 18 Oct 14
Lovely Snow Bunting at this morning
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a_london_pigeon 7 Sep 18
MT Regents Park Birds 📷 Cley Marshes
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Greg Bond 28 Nov 13
Double fig December moths, 2 scarce umber, mott umber, 2 winter moths this am in trap this morning, so worth doing
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James Appleton 🇪🇺 6 Sep 16
Replying to @TimAllwood
On a more +ve note a R-n Phal was photographed off Weybourne this am - next stop ?
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Regents Park Birds 27 Aug 17
Most of the waders at are to distant for award winning photos.
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Regents Park Birds 13 Aug 17
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Regents Park Birds Aug 4
Weather wise it was a beautiful in Norfolk. An early morning stint at on Saturday was enjoyable I was just to knackered (affects of Lymes disease) to be bothered to stay long. I saw the distant Pec Sand but with poor light I headed home. Why the Avocet bothers.
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Regents Park Birds 27 Aug 17
I arrived at at 6.00am. The sun hadn't quite risen above some light cloud, pity it would've lit this up.
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Regents Park Birds 22 Sep 18
Meadow Pipits and 4 Wheatears were the first signs showing that passerines were crossing the North Sea. We also saw:
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Regents Park Birds 21 Sep 18
Not the most bird filled day. We did see Curlew Sand and a couple of Skuas at we the moved to where on sitting down to scan Pats Pool I immediately found this . The sea had Skuas, Shearwaters & auks not bad.
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James McCallum 2 Aug 13
Interesting behaviour today at - Waders simultaneously angling bills directly into torrential rain
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