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A few sites in N.Warks 

2 May 18

Tuesday 1st May 2018 Started the day with the short walk ‘up the hill’ at Mancetter but saw nothing of particular interest.


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Whinchat at Alvecote 

27 Apr 18

Friday 27th April 2018 A few images of a Whinchat at Alvecote pools in the rain this morning.


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More Garganey images from Alvecote 

27 Apr 18

Thursday 26th April 2018 Garganey, Alvecote Pools Garganey…


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Good movement of incoming Migrants 

22 Apr 18

Sunday 22nd April 2018 The pace has clearly picked up with the improvement in the weather.


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The flow of migrants increases 

19 Apr 18

Thursday19th April 2018 Having been held back by a cold, wet early April the arrival rate of Migrant birds is picking up.


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Migration update 

9 Apr 18

Monday 9th April 2018 Largely uneventful week.


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Still waiting for signs of Migration ! 

27 Mar 18

Monday 26th March 2018 Generally quiet week.


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Taming of the Shrew 

21 Mar 18

21st March 2018 Quiet day today, the most exciting thing I did was taking my wellies off.


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Woodlark in North Warwickshire 

18 Mar 18

Sunday 18th March 2018 When the weather is bad – get out there.


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Not much to report 

8 Mar 18

Thursday 8th March 2018 The on going search for local birds of interest continues.


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Some you win…….. 

6 Mar 18

Tuesday 6th March 2018 After a few days of nothing much happening Warwickshire birding burst into life.


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Snow Patrol 

4 Mar 18

Sunday 4th March 2018 Couple of short local walks today starting with a stroll along the River Anker from Woodford Lane.


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Birding in the snow 

1 Mar 18

Wednesday 28th February 2018 Walks in the ‘white stuff’ have not yet produced the sought after Nutcracker, in fact they have not produced many birds at all.


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Reservoir Birds. 

23 Feb 18

Monday 19th February 2018 Blogs are rather more irregular than I would like but I’ll try to catch up with the more interesting bits but not necessarily in the right order.


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More winter birding in Warwickshire 

6 Feb 18

Tuesday 6th February 2018 Despite several visits to the Hartshill Sewage outfall site there have been no further sightings of the Firecrest by yours truely.


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Horned Lark – Staines 

28 Jan 18

Sunday 28th January 2018 Couple of shots of the Horned Lark at its winter Residence at Staines Reservoirs.


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Firecrest – a winter gem 

20 Jan 18

20th January 2018 The year continues on the slow side.


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Review of 2017 – Part 2, Warwickshire mainly 

12 Jan 18

Friday 5th January 2018 A quietish year for Western P.


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That was the year that was – 2017 

30 Dec 17

Saturday 30th Dec.2017 Annual summary of Photographic Highlights of the year 2017 Bearded Tit, Warks Grasshopper Warbler, Warks.


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Staying local 

24 Dec 17

Friday 22nd December 2017 Perseverance pays off ! I’ve been visiting a couple of local sites which seem to have potential for winter birds.


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Hawfinches mainly 

7 Dec 17

Thursday 7th December 2017 The main focus of the past 2 weeks has been the continuing search for local Hawfinches with mixed success.


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Hawfinch – Burbage, Leics. 

22 Nov 17

21st November 2017 Managed to get decent views of a single Hawfinch feeding, although I did have to travel a few miles into Leicestershire to see it.


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‘That was the week that was’ 

19 Nov 17

Friday 17th November 2017 A week when things got back to normal even though Hawfinch mania was still in vogue.


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Warwickshire on a roll. 

2 Nov 17

1st November 2017 As the events at Draycote became history, the new month began with something of a bang as far as Warwickshire Birders were concerned.


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Rare visitor to Draycote Water. 

29 Oct 17

Sunday 29th October 2017 October birding has been unusually local for me this year following the annual trip to the Shetland Isles.