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  1. cockrobin
    05-11-10 02:39 PM - permalink
    cockrobin
    Fine chaz. thanks for asking im doing fine now im finding my way round the site a bit better now.
  2. yosmite
    26-10-10 12:51 PM - permalink
    yosmite
    Hi Chaz,
    You do have some lovely images in your albums, especially like the birds and the badger and foxes.
  3. Debsie
    20-09-10 06:19 PM - permalink
    Debsie
    Just wanted to say thank you again for the advice before we left, it came in really useful. I loved watching the Red squirrels, they were really quite comical, although a squirrel swimming would have to be a first for me. I know what you mean about the pigeons flying. We always knew something was about by the way all the other birds reacted, we just couldn't always spot what was making the fuss! Now I have to make the big decision of where to go on my next holiday!!! Regards Debbie
  4. Debsie
    29-08-10 03:54 PM - permalink
    Debsie
    Thank you for the nice comment on my Redkite. That one was taken at a feeding farm in Wales with about 300 of them, so I have several really good photo's. But I think my favourite one is when I was driving along a small road and saw a crow attacking one. I jumped out of the car to watch and as always had my camera on the back seat, when it turned and came straight over our us, so it's head on.
  5. chaz g harrison
    26-07-10 07:52 AM - permalink
    chaz g harrison
    I have done Westleton but the visit I referred to was Dunwich Heath, which overlooks Minsmere (views of distant marsh harriers).
    Chaz
  6. Debsie
    25-07-10 06:59 PM - permalink
    Debsie
    Hi Chaz, Yes I've done Minsmere several times as it's only 35 min from where I live and I've been to Dunwich as well, but haven't ever had any luck there. But this place was Westleton nature reserve which I didn't even know existed, is this where you went? found a link to it on the internet Natural England - Westleton Heath NNR
    Weather permitting I'll be popping back next week and spending a bit more time there.
  7. Bonsaidad
    23-07-10 08:26 PM - permalink
    Bonsaidad
    Thanks Chaz for this info, now i can alter my file to have the correct name of this insect.



    Paul
  8. Bonsaidad
    05-07-10 10:36 PM - permalink
    Bonsaidad
    The ideal site for ID of British animals etc is ispot.org.uk, i use them quite regular for ID.


    Paul
  9. Bonsaidad
    05-07-10 10:33 PM - permalink
    Bonsaidad
    Thanks Chaz, i love photographing these birds, you never know what they will get up to next.


    Paul
  10. Bonsaidad
    05-07-10 10:32 PM - permalink
    Bonsaidad
    These have a watch out posted for when i am putting food out, as soon as i do, they are down straight away.


    Paul

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Posted 05-07-10 at 04:01 PM by chaz g harrison Comments 0
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Went yesterday,
Sunny and warm to start
overcast later
hoping for hobbies and dartfords - but no show
a thin count - 17 species
highlights
a raven, flying over heath and calling
several redstarts in the woodland edges
stonechats (including a very shy juvenile) and linnets in the heather and bracken
pair of willow warblers
Called in at Lower Test Marshes on the way back
water level of scrape worrying low
six green...

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