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LDBWS welcomes contributions to this forum from both members and non-members alike but requests that any postings follow the advice given in the Birdwatcher's Code of Conduct (see link below), particularly with regard to any information which might indicate the breeding locations of rare or locally uncommon species. To maintain an open and informative forum, LDBWS has no wish to exercise control over the content of postings but must point out that they are the responsibility of the individual contributor and that the information given and/or the views expressed are, by definition, not necessarily those of the Society.

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Visible Migration Reports Autumn 2020 - Burton In Kendal

by bryan yorke
1 12/09/2020 10:49AM
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by Dan Haywood
1 17/03/2020 07:04PM
Last Post by Dan Haywood
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Great White Egret

by pete marsh
15 28/09/2020 06:40AM
Last Post by Steve Graham
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LDBWS meetings 2019/20

by Dan Haywood
1 03/09/2019 12:00PM
Last Post by Dan Haywood
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by Steve Graham
103 23/09/2020 06:12PM
Last Post by Steve Graham
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Grey Wagtail colour ring sightings

by pete marsh
20 16/08/2020 05:51AM
Last Post by pete marsh

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by Dan Haywood
1 29/09/2020 06:53PM
Last Post by Dan Haywood

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by johnwilson
1 29/09/2020 04:33PM
Last Post by johnwilson

Lancaster Cetti's Warbler

by Dan Haywood
1 28/09/2020 09:40PM
Last Post by Dan Haywood

Arnside Estuary Birds

by john bromley
1 28/09/2020 04:08PM
Last Post by john bromley

Know End Point/Silverdale Shore

by John Webb
1 28/09/2020 11:34AM
Last Post by John Webb

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by P Crooks
1 27/09/2020 08:18PM
Last Post by P Crooks

Lune Estuary area highlights

by Dan Haywood
3 29/09/2020 08:56PM
Last Post by Dan Haywood

Leighton Moss

by johnwilson
1 27/09/2020 06:56PM
Last Post by johnwilson

Conder and Cockersands

by Ian Hartley
1 27/09/2020 06:56PM
Last Post by Ian Hartley

Holmere

by Stephen Dunstan
1 27/09/2020 02:38PM
Last Post by Stephen Dunstan

Whooper Swans

by Ronnie Irving
1 27/09/2020 12:13PM
Last Post by Ronnie Irving

Eric Morecambe & Leighton

by johnwilson
1 26/09/2020 07:02PM
Last Post by johnwilson

Ring-necked Duck

by Dan Haywood
1 26/09/2020 04:11PM
Last Post by Dan Haywood

Conder Pool

by Barrie Cooper
1 26/09/2020 04:10PM
Last Post by Barrie Cooper

Wild swans

by Brom
3 28/09/2020 03:10PM
Last Post by Steve Graham

Leighton & Eric Morecambe Complex

by johnwilson
2 26/09/2020 10:52AM
Last Post by Geoff Pain

Lune Estuary area highlights

by Dan Haywood
3 25/09/2020 09:59PM
Last Post by Dan Haywood

Curlew Sandpiper near The Promenade at Storth

by Ronnie Irving
1 24/09/2020 04:39PM
Last Post by Ronnie Irving

Aldcliffe

by Barrie Cooper
4 26/09/2020 03:49PM
Last Post by Dan Haywood

Leighton Moss

by johnwilson
1 24/09/2020 01:09PM
Last Post by johnwilson

SEPTEMBER MEMBERS MEETING featuring AGM & Quiz

by Dan Haywood
1 22/09/2020 08:49PM
Last Post by Dan Haywood

Arnside Estuary Birds

by john bromley
1 22/09/2020 04:21PM
Last Post by john bromley

Aldcliffe

by Barrie Cooper
6 23/09/2020 06:13PM
Last Post by Dan Haywood

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by Dan Haywood
1 21/09/2020 06:44PM
Last Post by Dan Haywood

Aldcliffe Marsh

by P Crooks
1 21/09/2020 06:02PM
Last Post by P Crooks

JBP

by John Webb
1 21/09/2020 04:00PM
Last Post by John Webb

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by redders
3 21/09/2020 07:00PM
Last Post by john bromley

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by pete marsh
1 21/09/2020 03:24PM
Last Post by pete marsh

Sedgwick-Natland

by Jeff Butcher
1 21/09/2020 03:08PM
Last Post by Jeff Butcher

Eric Morecambe Complex

by johnwilson
1 21/09/2020 02:55PM
Last Post by johnwilson


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