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Old 07-09-15, 07:53 PM
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Well, is there?


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I thought only us Yorkshire folk said owt or nowt, just heard from a friend there is loads
of Ring Ouzels feeding on the berries, up at one of our reservoirs, also redstarts and a Black Redstart seen in car park, so I think I will grab my camera and go have a look.
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I am in Kilnsea, East Riding until Sunday so I thought I would learn some lingo!

Pied and Spotted Flycatchers, Willow Warblers in the bag and elusive Red Breasted Flycatcher and Red Backed Shrike giving the run around!

Our first trip to the Spurn Point area and loving it.
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Hope you saw the hobbies one or two passing over Spurn this week, mind you we had one not far from me yesterday.Hope you enjoy your trip.
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I am in Kilnsea, East Riding until Sunday so I thought I would learn some lingo!

Pied and Spotted Flycatchers, Willow Warblers in the bag and elusive Red Breasted Flycatcher and Red Backed Shrike giving the run around!

Our first trip to the Spurn Point area and loving it.


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Hope you saw the hobbies one or two passing over Spurn this week, mind you we had one not far from me yesterday.Hope you enjoy your trip.
Thank you Tom, it was a most enjoyable trip!


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Blimey!
Sadly I didn't get the R B Flycatcher or R B Shrike but still had a fun time searching!

I hope to/ intend to do a short post of the trip sometime this week.
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