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 Hi, you have arrived at my personal Blog which will cover my activities and reactions to the wildlife I meet whilst out and about, a few personal thoughts and perhaps a rant or two lol! but primarily to bring to you the photo's taken over the time out.

Hope you enjoy and comments are appreciated as ever. thank you and enjoy.




West Kirby's Greater Scaup and Others.

March 20, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
The tide was so far out it was difficult to see any water and the wind was more than a tad cold, but the Marina lake looked to be void of wildlife. Then a good size mini flock of Brent Geese hove into view, which is always very nice to catch up with A curlew, Redshank and Turnstone dropped onto one of the jetty's, there seemed to be very little els...
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Snuggled up as the first Snow storm moves across the Taw Estuary

March 04, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
At the end of the day the estuary took on a surreal look as the weak winter sun sank spreading some wonderful light over the low water of the Taw. The idea of the day was to find and photograph the Spoonbills that kept getting reported around the marshes and salting's but, could I link up with them? no! it was yesterday at so and so, or earlier...
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Fantastic Birds in less than fantastic weather.

January 30, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
So far, this winter has been particularly wet and windy, and though the temperatures are going to drop and there's the remote possibility of white stuff on the hills, we still go out and search for those species that are either visiting or have moved to lower locations. A trip to Slimbridge proved really good for the numbers game with some fine sp...
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Christmas is coming and the birds are getting scarce!!!

January 03, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
Or so the saying goes, well sort of close anyway.. having to split my time between two locations, one with no web access. Did curtail my keyboard activities. So what has been going on? I hear you say, I hope!! The end of 2017 proved to be really good with the influx of Hawfinch's across the country, and it seems most Church yards having one or more...
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High winds, high hill and high hopes!

November 01, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
The initial report of a Common Rock thrush in Wales crossed the screen of the phone in Notifications. WOW! now that is one within a couple of hours that is needed for the year and UK life list, fantastic indeed. So everyday I would check the news to see if it was still there and not gone or been predated. And then some two weeks after the initial r...
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