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by Brian Derbyshire
Wed Jan 16, 2008 9:26 pm
Forum: 2008 Recent Sightings Submissions
Topic: Cross Hall Lane to Healey Nab
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Cross Hall Lane to Healey Nab

Quick walk up and down revealed:- few small parties of Blue, Great with odd LL Tit plus occasional Chaffinch Blackbirds all along the lane at regular intervals - must have been 20+ overall, mainly males. Lodge at top of lane held 2m+2f Mallard and 3 Moorhen with a Cormorant flying over. Generally ve...
by Brian Derbyshire
Wed Jan 16, 2008 8:55 pm
Forum: 2008 Recent Sightings Submissions
Topic: singing birds
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Despite the wet weather it is quite mild so perhaps to the birds it feels like spring is on its way - Robins singing regularly now particularly at night by the street lamp. Also lots of male Blackbird fighting over territory and saw a Magpie nest buiilding/repairing the other day.
by Brian Derbyshire
Tue Jan 15, 2008 9:17 pm
Forum: 2008 Recent Sightings Submissions
Topic: Copthurst Lane 14th Jan 2008
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Copthurst Lane 14th Jan 2008

Forget this from previous post - its my age!!

65 Redwing + 2 Mistle Thrush in fields between canal and Copthurst lane
by Brian Derbyshire
Mon Jan 14, 2008 8:57 pm
Forum: 2008 Recent Sightings Submissions
Topic: L/L Canal, A642 Bridge to Town Lane
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L/L Canal, A642 Bridge to Town Lane

Mallard 69, Canada 15, Moorhen 10, Small Birds flocks mainly Blue & Great Tits with max of 11 LLT Tits, odd Chaffinch and H Sparrow, Blackbirds at intervals, 8m & 4f. 6 Meadow Pipits in fields by side of Old Canal Kestral hovering over Botany Bay fields Magpie nest building Weasel, ran across Copthu...
by Brian Derbyshire
Wed Jan 02, 2008 8:52 pm
Forum: 2008 Recent Sightings Submissions
Topic: New Year's Resolution!..again!!
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Views: 984

New Year's Resolution!..again!!

Many moons ago having been the editor of this esteemed publication I know how hard it is to get records - but now with this modern technology none of us should have any excuse - so I'll start as I mean to go on - so for today:- White Coppice, Greater Spotted Woodpecker, Tawny Owl, Smiths Lodge 32 Ca...

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