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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.




Goodness what a time.

May 30, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
It has been a little while since the last entry to the Blog, and it has been a real busy period indeed, flitting around some wonderful places north and south with dare I admit it a Twitch! so between Burton Mere, Leighton Moss Strawberry Banks and north Wales it was hectic to say the least. So what on earth was achieved with this frenetic rush aro...
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A little of what you fancy

May 08, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
With the finding of the Night Heron at Venus Pool it produced a mini twitch by many a birder from as far as Ireland. Many Photographs have appeared since it re-located to the Dingle In Shrewsbury Giving many some fantastic photo opportunities. So not be left out here is one of a few from me. along with a catch up from the month so far. The Night...
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The Shropshire Quartet WOW!

April 13, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Since late Autumn last year (2016), Yellow-browed Warblers were being reported from all over the UK, even one in a garden in Condover the other side of Shrewsbury, did I go to see it? well of course! but even two trips failed to find the little blighter, So I resigned myself to a trip to Kinver to get an all too brief a view, but a view it was and...
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Rare Siberian visitor to Telford Shropshire.

April 06, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Nearly every year I make the effort to catch up with any Yellow-browed Warblers, well those within fuel allowance at least. If you consider the weight being barley more than a Goldcrest, and the distance they travel from the Siberian Taiga they deserve to be seen and admired for their endurance. 2016 saw one in Condover Shropshire which proved too...
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March the Thirty oneth! can you believe it?

March 31, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Tomorrow is the start of another new month, April first, and with the slight improvement in the weather we find Pied Flycatcher are back on station, Willow Warblers singing from the tree tops Ospreys at or on way to their preferred nesting sites across the country. how happy are the watchers out there as more new birds will be added to the year lis...
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