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James Watson
Birds, moths, gardens, travel
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James Watson 18h
Replying to @CharmouthBirder
Amazed all that's in there without any seeding.
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James Watson Jun 1
Replying to @mrlewismitchell
Just awful. What is happening?
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James Watson Jun 1
They're not the most intelligent.
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James Watson Jun 1
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James Watson May 31
Heaps of Meadow Brown in Dorset already.
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James Watson May 31
Replying to @johnrickards2
Certainly what I thought.
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James Watson May 31
Replying to @c4hub @LROSbirds
East winds paying off
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James Watson May 31
Planted some ragged robin in the garden last year, so delighted to see Large Skipper on it
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James Watson May 31
Replying to @SuttonBingham
As has been stated!
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James Watson May 31
Replying to @Alexander_Lees
East-north-east breeze at the moment too
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James Watson May 31
A nice surprise in a very quiet moth trap and an NFG one to boot!
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James Watson May 31
Replying to @axbridge_birder
Yes I was. Thanks
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James Watson May 31
Had this buzzard sp over SBR just now. Any thoughts?
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James Watson May 30
Replying to @jpawatson
Just a Common Sand from the causeway at SBR
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James Watson May 30
Yet another Red Kite, Marston Rd, Sherborne
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James Watson May 29
Lovely to have a few of these in the field beyond the garden
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James Watson May 28
Replying to @RareBirdAlertUK
Would be more like a Terence Lambert.
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James Watson May 28
Replying to @voice_rural
Bet it didn't cost 15 quid either!
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James Watson May 25
Hi Brigit, is this in a public area?
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James Watson May 25
Replying to @ianbennell75
No phalaropes since '88 and that one was a Wilson's. I'll have the whole package!
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