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Ross Gallier Jun 12
Can anyone help me with what this is? Have never seen one until recently on a door step
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Emma Darnley 6m
Lovely visit to today. Just to clear the cobwebs and just to get out of the house.
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Alice Grant 2h
Replying to @Mockingbird1955
So many other highlights like seeing this sitting on at least one egg that I could see
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Alice Grant 2h
Had my first experience of yesterday and first time in a hide. Very special! and its partner sharing sitting on the brood and fetching food in the face of heavy rain and blustery winds. A privilege to witness
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Fiona Morrison 2h
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Jane Basham 4h
So I joined today. I realise I am lucky I can. There are lots of reasons to do so, including the very real fear of what means for organisations like & our environment.
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Chris Needham 1h
True. wardens contracts might say 40 hours per week - but in reality their responsibility is 24/7. So IMO they should only work when they believe appropriate - but always keeping safety (eg working in pairs) at forefront of what they do. Safety always a priority.
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Alice Grant 2h
Replying to @Mockingbird1955
Actually got glimpses of the babies πŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’š
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Finley Hutchinson 11h
Very privileged to have nightjars flying within 20ft of us last night at . Also noctule bat and a spectacular sunset! Thanks and everyone else for such a memorable evening!
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JPEdmunds Jun 15
Loving the birds who have nested in my garden!
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Caroline Harbury Jun 15
Highlight of the day watching a great spotted woodpecker feeding with its fledgling in my mum's garden today.
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Mary Rarehare 6h
Had another wonderful day on the H1 survey on the Wirral. All the animals were so calm and laid back thexwild ones were too.
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Jane Cannon Jun 15
Squabbling Juvenile Starlings in the garden this afternoon
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Berry Hill Primary & Nursery School 10h
F2 Mini-Beast Hunting with the RSPB team.Β They found lots of mini-beasts in their outdoor area.
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JPEdmunds Jun 15
love this time of year
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Charlie Ashton Jun 13
Wren's nest in my Dad's tractor shed.
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People First Jun 7
Our seagull neighbours have returned and they have two chicks!
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Paul Holt Agent37168 21h
Golden Eagle on the Isle of Mull
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wildlife_explorer_cp Jun 15
Just arrived here at RSPB Old Hall Marshes with
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Tim Slater Jun 15
First crop of swallows fledged this morning
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