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penduline tit - Lillians Hide

Posted by garry sharples 
garry sharples
penduline tit - Lillians Hide
November 11, 2004 04:26PM
Well that's taught me a lesson - driving past leighton Moss at 2pm, only to check my internet on returning home - missed it by 5 minutes. I was then show a picture of it on someones camera in the hide! I am now going to buy a pager!
Re: penduline tit - Lillians Hide
November 12, 2004 08:23AM
Hi Garry
I reckon that on average the pager is essential to see something about once a year, especially someone like yourself who is usually so far out of the area on your work that you dont become part of any 'known to be probably out in the field' mobile communication during midweek. If it had been a w/e I would have given you a phone call.

Then the other major use is to alert you to general trends e.g. the huge PFGoose movement over the whole of the north of England the other day or more generally, covering a longer period of time, how far have the Waxwing flocks penetrated. Is it worth checking locally? etc.

Best regards

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