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Buff-breasted Sandpiper has proved a difficult bird to catch up with, having dipped at least three in Kent and Dorset in recent years. I ..read more
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Weather forecasts for Porthgwarra were looking very encouraging for Friday and Saturday. With that in mind, Brian hatched a plan to leave ..read more
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This morning we headed for Cley Marshes, with the main target being the Pectoral Sandpiper that had been present since the 3rd of August. ..read more
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The plan this morning was to spend the morning at Titchwell and try again for the Semipalmated Sandpiper. As we approached the reserve ..read more
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June had proved very productive. Iberian Chiffchaff, Black-headed Bunting, Subalpine Warbler, Lesser Grey Shrike, Black-winged Pratincole ..read more
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A leisurely Sunday morning took an unexpected turn early afternoon when reports came through that a Little Bustard had been flushed off the ..read more
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At 9.32am this morning the bird news services reported a Pratincole species present at Frampton Marsh. But with only the bird's head ..read more
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This evening we visited our usual site for Nightjars. A  full moon had been predicted and we were hoping this would encourage more ..read more
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Leaving home this morning we had three targets in mind. The first of which was the Quail at Hazelwood Common. We pulled into the small car ..read more
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Leaving home this morning at 5am, we were a little anxious, to say the least. We have not had much luck when birding up North. Dipping the ..read more

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