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Gunhild Riske 22h
Urban nature and birding in Copenhagen: curlews, a caspian tern, a whitetailed eagle and plenty of lapwings 10 minutes from the city centre. Naturpark Amager is my nature “retreat” all year round
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Homer Winter • Birds 10h
Replying to @GreenWoodHF
I'm sure you saw the article towards the back of the last issue of Living Bird mag on urban birding in the NYC area. Needless to say, you're on my short list of hotspots for my next trip!!
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David Hutton Jul 17
Redshank over Lliswerry last night. Also a Bat, trying (dunno if Batty got him) to catch a Moth right in front of me. Moffy was trying some extreme manoeuvres.
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Anna Krahl Jul 12
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Andy Jul 17
Alright, who knew there were Swallows nesting in the tunnel to the Siegessäule in ?
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Richard Taylor Jul 11
Urban Wetland or flooded Field ? Abbey Hill Floods future LNR? it ought to be. Oozing Biodiversity, must attract a blocker at some point Wildlife on Derby's doorstep.
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john fields Jul 10
Walking the kids to summer camp and heard the unmistakable sound of a peregrine calling. Looked up and seen 2 birds circling. Great excitement from the kids. at it's best.
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ebethnyc Jul 14
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jamie brass Jul 11
Common Tern fishing @ Royal Armouries docks /R.Aire this lunchtime East of Leeds Bridge best chance to see.
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Stephanie Beilke Jul 12
Adding to my series of terrible Chicago Peregrine Falcon phone photos!
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phil hemsley Jul 11
fledgling 'VK' of in a flight sequence (2 stitched overlapping frames) as she wooshes around the the south-west face of the church
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Christopher DiPiazza Jul 11
Sound on! Marsh Wrens tend to nest close to still fresh water among cattails. They’re tiny (a step bigger than hummingbirds) but they have big voices! At John Heinz Wildlife Refuge in Philly
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Wings & Daydreams Jul 13
The original sketches for the Palace of Fine Arts, which was designed by Bernard Maybeck and built in 1915 for the Panama-Pacific Exposition, included two Mute Swans swimming in the lagoon...
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Richard Taylor Jul 11
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Hrafn Archer Jul 10
MEGA ALERT: Warwickshire - WHITE’S THRUSH in Birmingham City Centre along canal towpath at Gas St Basin & showing well. First County record since Nov 1898.
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Andie Jul 10
In eine Millionenstadt ziehen und plötzlich einen Bussard im Hinterhof haben.
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