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I’ve just showed my mate and he said possible Gadwell/Wigeon hybrid but agrees with me that there’s definitely wigeon in them 👍

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                                                                                                                                Reed Bunting

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                                                                                                                            Yellowhammer

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                                                                                                                                          Bullfinch

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14 hours ago, PINNACLE said:

Got this fella today

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Cuckoo by Martin Billard, on Flickr

Cracking stuff Martin...

I’m amazed they’re in the country already, probs another 4 weeks or so before we hear and see em up North.

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32 minutes ago, zandy01 said:

Cracking stuff Martin...

I’m amazed they’re in the country already, probs another 4 weeks or so before we hear and see em up North.

Cheers. Some about last week on South Coast and a few in and around Surrey, this is a week earlier than my first last year.

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1 hour ago, zandy01 said:

Cracking stuff Martin...

I’m amazed they’re in the country already, probs another 4 weeks or so before we hear and see em up North.

an old rhyme, the cuckoo comes in april  it sings its song in may it sings another one in june and then it fly's away.

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Great shot that, not a hope in hell of seeing a cuckoo around here yet, east yorks , swallows arent around here yet, still getting cold easterlies Usually see swallows april the 4th, swifts may the 4th heres hoping.

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seen the first swallow 8th april ,5 on the 11 april (scot borders ) goose sat in the pond wood and there's a few ducklings on the tweed  

herons have got young too

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14 hours ago, CHEVINFOX said:

seen the first swallow 8th april ,5 on the 11 april (scot borders ) goose sat in the pond wood and there's a few ducklings on the tweed  

herons have got young too

Seen my first Swift or Martin today, bit too far for my eyes 😥

Cheers, D.

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On 11/04/2019 at 10:17, zandy01 said:

Cracking stuff Martin...

I’m amazed they’re in the country already, probs another 4 weeks or so before we hear and see em up North.

One photographed near Saltburn this week.....

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4 hours ago, bell said:

One photographed near Saltburn this week.....

I’ll be driving and walking the Northumberland moors next week to see if there’s any about and paying a visit to see if me old mate from last few year is back yet 👌

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