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This area of the site is for polite discussion of local birding issues, and posting notices. 
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new code of conduct for viewing rare birds

by Pete Marsh
3 16/07/2005 04:48PM
Last Post by Pete Crooks

Weather & Breeding.

by Pete Woodruff.
1 06/07/2005 07:15PM
Last Post by Pete Woodruff.

Mimicry.

by Pete Woodruff.
1 25/06/2005 03:04PM
Last Post by Pete Woodruff.

Heysham hide.

by Malcolm
4 21/06/2005 12:06PM
Last Post by Malcolm

Suppression.

by Pete Woodruff.
7 12/06/2005 06:16PM
Last Post by Pete Marsh

Bird Behavior.

by John Wilson Bateman
1 11/06/2005 04:52PM
Last Post by John Wilson Bateman

Blue and Great Tits

by Pete Marsh
7 06/06/2005 09:50AM
Last Post by Eddy Bayton

Grey Partridge

by Pete Marsh
1 03/06/2005 07:14AM
Last Post by Pete Marsh

hide-hugging

by Pete Marsh
2 01/06/2005 09:07PM
Last Post by Eddy Bayton

Shrike mystery solved?

by Eddy Bayton
3 29/05/2005 11:50AM
Last Post by Eddy Bayton

Borwick Waters (ex-Dockacres)

by Pete Marsh
1 27/05/2005 10:22PM
Last Post by Pete Marsh

Please help identify this bird

by Louise Cassidy
3 25/05/2005 12:46PM
Last Post by Pete Crooks


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