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Somerset Birds
The Somerset Ornithological Society is an organisation whose aims are, to further the study of birds and to assist in their preservation.
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John Hansford 15h
Cattle Egrets after work this evening. I still have to pinch myself every time I see these fabulous birds here in Somerset.
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Julian Thomas (⧖) 23h
I was due to be leading the SOS field meeting on Brean Down this Saturday but we've called it off. Weather forecast looks truly awful for looking for passerine migrants. (But good for seawatching.)
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BBC Wildlife Apr 23
Puma hunting policies in North America challenged by
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Janet Ng Apr 13
So I was getting take out and noticed this little dude hanging out at Subway. A Merlin! Look at him in all of his super urban glory!
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Taunton Peregrines. Apr 5
Lovely close-up shot of the 3 peregrine eggs from the Taunton pair of falcons! (MLM).
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Brian John Hill Feb 25
Water Pipit still Sharpham on excavation S of drove to Ham Wall. ST468392
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Brian John Hill Feb 25
146 Black-tailed Godwits Cuts Rd Athelney. Still plenty of Wigeon & Teal.
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Brian John Hill Feb 20
5 Whooper Swans still Curry Moor
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Brian John Hill Feb 20
Somerset OS Indoor Meeting Thursday 28 Feb 7.30 Ruishton Village Hall Eve Tigwell Galapagos Wildlife Free Entry & Refreshments all welcome. NOTE CORRECTED DATE
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Simon Fairweather Feb 15
3 Spoonbills at eastern end of Otterhampton Marshes at
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Brian John Hill Feb 14
Somerset OS Field Meeting Cheddar Res this Saturday. Meet Cheddar Tower carpark 9.30 am. Leaders and self. All welcome.
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Brian Gibbs Feb 11
First Purple Sandpiper of the winter at the Watchet hide tide roost this morning in amongst 30 Turnstone and 5 R. Plover
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Dan Watson Feb 10
Time for change at Cheddar Reservoir? The biodiversity of the site could be greatly improved with a few small changes. Would love to start a dialog with (and perhaps ) to look at options in the future. See here for rational:
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Ali Blaney Feb 5
Boom! Spring is here! First booming male bittern heard just now by Assistant Warden Steve, on the North of the reserve.
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John Connolly Feb 2
Kingfisher at the back of Taunton Tesco this afternoon.
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Taunton Peregrines. Jan 22
Taunton Peregrine Talk Thursday 24th Jan 2019 Ruishton Village Hall, Taunton 19.30 hrs. All welcome!
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Brian John Hill Jan 20
Short-eared Owl Great Hill Quantocks.
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Simon Fairweather Jan 20
3 Spoonbills on Western end of Otterhampton Marshes at
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Paul Jennings Jan 20
All 5 Whooper swan still present on Curry Moor towards East Ling church from Turkey Cottage bridge at 10.15
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Dave Dawe Jan 19
A count of 76 Brambling at the west side of Challick lane opposite the turning for Withycombe Farm ST047276
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