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Stewart Abbott Feb 15
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Dave Worrell Feb 17
. Decided to visit Blacktoft Sands today. It was windy and most of the birds stayed down. Only saw one airborne marshharrier and 3 others perched on bushes. Just before leaving we were blessed with a male hen harrier flying in front of hide heading west.
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promote British wildlife Feb 17
If you read this passage. You will see why it’s impossible to be an environmentalist and royalist
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Frank G Burns 4h
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Blanaid Denman Feb 14
I’d back that suggestion! Everything looks better with a !
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George Reed Feb 12
Seen some amazing birds of prey today at Steart WWT Short Eared Owl, Hen Harrier and Merlin all put in appearance 😀👍
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Frank G Burns Feb 13
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Centaurea Feb 14
Replying to @ASPaton @scotgov and 3 others
One source of info on the ill-effects of intensive & the true cost to the , , water services & the risks of flooding is 's book: "Inglorious: Conflict in the Uplands" So many birds of prey (esp ) & the suffer
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Centaurea Feb 16
Burning moorland is a destructive practice for the industry Punters pay <£8,000/day for the "privilege" of this "sport" The rest of us pay with Killing by gamekeepers of [esp ] Depleted Flooding risk and increased water bills
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Burton Mere Wetlands Feb 12
Yet again an excellent variety of waders including a few golden plovers in with lapwings & 4 returning ruff a nice surprise. Highlight of the day had to be the superb view of an adult male having a good hunt close to the visitor centre late afternoon.
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Peter Howe Feb 13
I will be giving a general talk on nature, wildlife and our local environment this Saturday. More info: photo by Alain Balthazard
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Steve Williams 6h
Another great day on highlights included Merlin, Peregrine, couple more , Yellowhammers & a but was pleased to relocate the opposite Esknish this morning - always a delight to see these diminutive vagrant goose in amongst the Barnies
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Hen Harrier Ireland Feb 16
Forestry in Ireland is led by industry and vested interests, aided by politicians who are either naiive as to the impacts of the current model or just don't care. People in areas have seen >50% of their local landscape lost to forestry yet politicians push for more
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Steve Williams Feb 17
Birding highlights on today included three at different sites plus the LittleEgret and drake
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Angus Moorland Group Feb 17
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Frank G Burns Feb 17
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Becky Feb 15
and a survey in one day! It’s a good day to be a warden!
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Frank G Burns Feb 11
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Stewart Abbott Feb 13
Very sad. Odd though that a dies and is found. It's the lead that makes them sink.
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夢見るドリー Feb 16
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