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Sunset over Saltersford Corner.

2/12/16, Holmes Chapel: 3 Siskins over our garden. 3/12/16, Holmes Chapel: Goldcrest in our garden (also on the 11th). Astbury Mere: Chiffchaff again by the lake below the car park. 125…

From A birder in Holmes Chapel

Thank you Jimbo.

On the 11th November my Dad, Jim, died after eventually losing his fight with Lymphoma (blood cancer). It has been devastating for the whole family but his funeral in St. Helens last week was a great…

From A birder in Holmes Chapel

Get by with birding.

27/9/16, Holmes Chapel: Hedgehog in our garden. Also on 1st and 2nd October. 30/9/16, Bent Farm Sand Quarry: Male Yellowhammer and 3 Red-legged Partridges at Brownlow. 3 Swallows south. 2…

From A birder in Holmes Chapel

Red sky at night, the birding is... quite good.

21/9/16, Holmes Chapel: Hedgehog in our garden (also on 25th). 22/9/16, Bent Farm Sand Quarry: Southern Hawker and Red-legged Partridge by Sandy Lane. 2 Green Sandpipers and 23 Teals.…

From A birder in Holmes Chapel

Village birding.

14/9/16, Holmes Chapel (our garden): c.35 House Martins in a tight flock circling high over our garden and alarm calling at dusk. 16/9/16, Gummer's How, Cumbria (321m): A small skein of…

From A birder in Holmes Chapel

Better for the waders.

9/9/16, Brownlow: 10 Speckled Woods and a Kestrel. Rode Heath: Raven quite low west just south of Forge Farm at 17.05. 11/9/16, Holmes Chapel (our garden): Goldcrest and Nuthatch in our…

From A birder in Holmes Chapel

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A birder in Holmes Chapel

My birding exploits mainly in Holmes Chapel but also nearby bits of Cheshire and elsewhere and probably sometimes bits of other wildlife, gardening, music, landscape history and stuff like that.


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Last Post: 31 Dec 2016
A Birding Guide By LivingWithBirds.com

A Living With Birds Blog, written by some of the team here at Livingwithbirds.com. Whether feeding your local birdlife or building a DIY bird nest with a spy camera Living with birds blog with be...


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Last Post: 27 Mar 2014
A Cornish garden

We have been living a stone's throw from the sea in a cottage, on the Lizard Peninsular Cornwall for 10 yrs. now. We love the fact that we have so much wildlife down here, the birds are in...


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A never ending circle.

A reflection on a paradise I've found here in the CharenteLimousine region of France and the birds that I share it with.


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Last Post: 06 Jan 2015
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According to Game Designer Michael Schwan, with regard to the medieval MMORPG Albion Online, he discussed some of the details of the upcoming update. And majorly focuses on adjustment as well as...


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American Goldfinch

I was walking with my wife and dog this morning at the Newcastle United football club academy when she spotted something yellow in the hawthorns. Could not immediately identify it but went through...


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Back from the Farnes

I'm not the worlds greatest birder but you really cannot beat the thrill of the sea bird colony. Suicidal kittiwakes,rows and rows of dumb founded looking guillemots,clownish puffins and artic terns...


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Beanie's Bird Blog

My eyes have only recently been opened to the wonderful world of birds in this country.  A recent career move has benefitted my appreciation and an ample garden at home has only encouraged my desire...


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Last Post: 11 Mar 2011
biggest is best

when you get to my age and wish to view wildlife it is not just about crashing through some jungle , armed with binoculars even though i still do . but there is the other approach humping something...


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Bird Binoculars & Birdwatching

In the past I have worked as a safari guide and managed a lodge in South Africa and whilst there were many of the big creatures that most people come to see around, it has always been the birds that...


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Last Post: 21 Dec 2010
Bird Food And Seeds Suppliers UK

Really Wild Bird Food Company are specialist growers and suppliers of wild bird seed in UK growing and selling bird food and bird seed, direct from Street End Farm. Our bird shop sells bird feeding...


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Bird Photos

Hi. I enjoy walking and taking photos.


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Bird watching in south Penbrookshire

Hi all, Sorry but I`m new to all this blogging !!! I am off on holiday very near to Milford Haven, Penbrookshire in a couple of week and wondered if there was any good, local places for bird...


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Last Post: 15 Jun 2012
Bird Watching in the atlas mountains

Hi my name is Denise and I built a guest house in the atlas mountains in a place called Ouzoud, and I had a guest come and stay from London who like my-self is interested in watching birds, the Atlas...


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BIrder in Battle

Hi hope this might be of interest on 8th May I spotted a Red Kite just off the A21 turning to Kilndown. Also a pair of yellow wagtails seen nesting under the bridge over the river in Tonbridge High...


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Birdin In Colombia

Colombia is the country that has more birds in the world. Of the nearly 10,000 species that inhabit our planet, Colombia is home to 20% with 1930 registered. Odretours International is recognized...


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Birding around Anuhus

My local patch is in rural mid suffolk. I am fairly close to woodland and open farmland, so we get a good variety of birds in the garden.Over 25 species recorded in our garden over the years. recent...


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Last Post: 27 Dec 2012
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I have been birdwatching for the total of 3hrs and decided I would like to take it up as a hobby, have yet to invest in some binochols yet but will do soon! is there a good way to keep a good...


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Birds of Banff Bay

Living a stone's throw from Banff Bay and the mouth of the River Deveron it is difficult to avoid noticing the increase in diversity of bird populations over the past 5 years. The trigger to start...


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Last Post: 13 May 2013
Birds of Murcia, Spain

Hello to all, My name is Paul, I have lived in the region of Murcia, Spain for over 10 years now and I'm still finding new places to visit. I am new to photograghy but enjoy it and i find it helps...


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Birds, Bits & Bobs

Top tips and my bird watching journey.


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BLACKBIRD

Hi Ive just been out in the garden and seen a white black bird. White as snow, with a yellow beak is this common.


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Last Post: 27 Apr 2012
Blackbird diary

A year in the life of a New Zealand blackbird called Crumb


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Last Post: 18 Aug 2010
British Birds

Myself,love bird watching,a member of the R.S.P.B try to be out there spotting them,never no what to expect, But my main interest is to photograph them,using a Nikon d3100 and a Nikon d40,but i...


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Colin's Bird Blog

My wife is constantly complaining about me putting my bird photographs on her facebook page so I decided to bite the bullet and join the Internet age and set up my own blog.


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Last Post: 14 Sep 2010
County Durham Birder

Out with the camera locally today and stumbled on this beautiful bird. A real privilege to encounter up close. 2photos and it was off


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Dinochaser's Twitching Highlights

Dinochaser's Twitching Highlights: Rare Birds, Action Photography, and Wild Life.


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DOFUS Touch

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Garden Bird Watcher

I enjoy watching birds from the comfort of my garden and on the road birding. I look forward to sharing my garden birding experiences with you all!


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Happy Orni

Casual amateur ornithology enthusiast with outdoor obsession


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Last Post: 22 Mar 2012
Helder Cardoso - Birding blog

Hello, In my blog you can find news about bird watching in Portugal . I am one of the lucky ones who get paid to see birds and so travel extensively within the country. In the blog I will make...


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Last Post: 23 Apr 2015
Into the Wilderness

Life is as dear to a mute creature as it is to man. Just as one wants happiness and fears pain, just as one wants to live and not die, so do other creatures - His Holiness The Dalai Lama. Wildlife...


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Last Post: 01 Dec 2015
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American kestrel seen by myself in mexborough What a beautiful bird our own kestrels look rather drab in comparison


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Kah Wai Birding Blog

Birding Journal from Sweden and Malaysia


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Last Minute Birding

Hello to anybody taking the time to read this! I’ve been birding for about 8 years, mostly in the interior of Norfolk with varying degrees of success. I would love to class my self as a 'patch...


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Last Post: 16 Jun 2010
long tailed tits

I've lived in the village of Bowburn for 12 years and have always had food out for the birds. Today I was visited by 8 long tailed tits, who were quickly moved on by our resident sparrows! I have...


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Last Post: 26 Dec 2014
Love Animals

Do our best to protect the animals.


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mikes birds in Euroland

At this moment I live in the Southwest of France and have been for some years. I also travel for periods in search of new areas for my love of bird watching, although for me a photograph means more...


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Last Post: 11 Dec 2013
mikes birds in Euroland

At this moment I live in the Southwest of France and have been for some years. I also travel for periods in search of new areas for my love of bird watching, although for me a photograph means more...


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my bird life

hello i am new to this site and i am in love with wildlife and ador all my pets i have 3 cats 4 fish and 11 frogs and every time Im eating my breakfast i always see the family of pigeons outside the...


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My Birding Stories

Hi, My name is Matthew Foakes and I come from Essex. I am a young birder at the age of 12 year of age. I hope to intrest you with my birding stories and what I have resently been up to. Hope...


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Last Post: 27 Feb 2011
Mysore Birds

I am an amateur birder and I do bird photography and birdwatching in and around the place I reside. I live in Mysore, India. my Profession is Agriculture & Plantations. I study the behavior of birds...


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Mystery bird I saw.

Hi, I have just signed up to Birdwatch, so I dont really know how to do anything on here yet. But a couple of months ago I went to RSPB Elmley Marshes, and took some photos. There is one photo I took...


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N.W. blog

i'm a sometimes birder in the north west, but keen nevertheless !!


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Last Post: 04 Nov 2010
Near "EL HONDO" Costa Blanca.

Greetings, all. New blogger, here. I'm Paddy, from Surrey, now sharing my life between my house on the Costa Blanca and my lodge near Chichester. I run a Palm tree business over here in Spain which...


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Last Post: 08 Feb 2013
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im new to this hobby, but i have found how benefical this hobby is mentally.It brings peace of mind to sit and listen to birdsong and see so many different animals. This is all new to me however, so...


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onearmedbandits wildlife pics

HELLO FELLOW PIC TAKERS HOPE YOU ARE ALL WELL .... I USED TO DO A LOT OF BIRDWATCHING AND I ENJOYED IT LOADS... BUT THERE WAS SOME THING MISSING I HAD NO PHOTOS TO LOOK AT SO I GOT A CAMERA AND MY...


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Oryx Birding Safari run by former BBC Produer

Many thanks for allowing us to share our tours with you on this international hub! Firstly a little about our talented managing director ... Fergus Beeley has been a BBC Executive in the media...


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Pallas's reed Bunting

hi if anyone is interested i have a pallss's reed bunting visiting my garden. no it's not a strongly marked male sparrow,as i first thought i checked my collins,


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persiangulfbird

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RING-NECKED PARAKEETS

A few years ago i started to list the sightings of ring-necked parakeets in my local patch, which is Romford in Essex from just a few sightings to little communal groups , Are now common from 6 birds...


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Sandbach Birds

Birds seen along the Rail Trail and Trent and Mersey Canal.


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Serin Buntings

Saw a Flock of Serin Buntings (spring visitors) today, at least 3 male amd 5 female. They have been visiting my sisters farm for quite a while now and come quite close, due to the Pheasant and wild...


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Spotting on the Isle of Cumbrae

Moved to the Island in December so far have spotted 54 different species, today the best spotted a Greater Spotted Eagle.


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Swallows

I'm fascinated as over 100 swallows and house martins gather around my house, sitting on the sunny roof, flying to the electricity lines, chattering and swooping in the warm autumn sunshine.


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Last Post: 10 Sep 2014
Tartan Birder

I am a middle aged bird watcher who has only recently started to take the hobby seriously.


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team blog

Find out what the staff at Birdwatch magazine have been up to. From patch watching to rarity hunting, year listing to lifers, we take it in turns to update you with all our birding goings on.


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Last Post: 18 Apr 2013
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Tropical Trails goes Birding

Tropical Trails is a specialist safari tour operator. We have created a new exciting birding safari for January 2015 in Tanzania. Take the time to discover it.


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Turtle Doves

Hi I am Neil Skehel, I live on a small plot in the middle of countryside in South Cambridgeshire. We are surrounded by farm land and horses and have a few sheep. We have been lucky this summer to...


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Last Post: 20 Sep 2013
Twice in two days

Hi - I am not a bird specialist but have a keen interest in wildlife - so don't know my birds that well. But was out on the bike - and in the space of two days and within a couple of miles of...


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West Sussex Coaster

I've been birding since 1972 in my home county of (West) Sussex and generally work the coastal area around Selsey Bill, Pagham Harbour and Climping Gap. I keep a birding diary and update my records...


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Last Post: 24 May 2010
we've got owls at the bottom of the garden

Our garden looks over farmland and for the second year running we have barn owls in our nest box. Last year four chicks hatched and two survived. Two eggs laid to date with hen sitting and waiting...


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What bird is this?

I am a wildlife artist and recently bought a disc from a wildlife photographer to paint from. I loved this bird and have painted it. Can anyone help by telling me what bird this is? All I know is...


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Wildlife and Words

Hello, I am a very keen birder, I am currently 20 years old, I go birding regularly with my good friend John, I love writing and I love wildlife - so I write about wildlife! My posts will include...


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Last Post: 12 Jan 2015
Wings and Words

Birds are wonderful the way they are created. We all love to fly like a bird, but nature is built us to watch and enjoy it. Only flying is not the limit of wonders related to birds. I would like to...


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Wonderful Aussie birds and wildlife

I'm a naturalist in Australia, with a love of birds, mammals, reptiles, butterflies and plants - in fact every natural living thing! My wildlife tour business gives me opportunities to enjoy...


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Last Post: 11 Dec 2013
Yellowhammers

Got a lovely family of yellow hammers in the garden this year. First time I have seen them. They are an absolute joy


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Young Birder

Hello, My name is Peter Fisher and welcome to my blog. I have been birding since February 2010 so I still have a lot to Learn.


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