Black-eared or Pied Wheatear - Fluke Hall

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ianball
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Black-eared or Pied Wheatear - Fluke Hall

Post by ianball » Sun Sep 01, 2019 5:53 pm

Write up of our trip to Fluke Hall to see the reported Eastern Black-eared Wheatear. I'm sure there will still be some discussion to finalise this species and not Pied Wheatear. Great views though 😀
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Leonard Poxon
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Re: Black-eared or Pied Wheatear - Fluke Hall

Post by Leonard Poxon » Sun Sep 08, 2019 11:08 pm

I went up to see it on Saturday 7th. September, a great little bird quite confiding. Some photos below:
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Re: Black-eared or Pied Wheatear - Fluke Hall

Post by peter rowlands » Fri Sep 13, 2019 10:32 pm

A superb close up shot Len.
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