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118) Shayla 
Norwich - UK
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Saturday, 6 September 2014 19:04 Write a comment

I have visited Jersey 3 times now but had never been to Noirmont until Thursday last week (4th Sept 2014) - I had definitely been missing out! I just wanted to say thank you for sharing your knowledge and pointing out various birds as I am only a beginner and can feel a bit out of my depth at times! I am especially grateful for being shown the Wryneck on the ground - what a beautiful bird; a memory I will truly treasure smile so thank you very much!
117) Nicky Alcock 
St John/St Mary
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Friday, 5 September 2014 09:56 Write a comment

I love birds of prey. I have no idea what I saw the other day sitting in a field as I drove past. Large bird of prey, head and neck predominantly light colour with brown spots. Feathers darker lower down. Would love to have taken photo or stopped just for better look but he flew away when I slowed down!
116) Will Simpson 
Jersey, St John
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Friday, 22 August 2014 15:03 Write a comment

There was a raft of about 40 Balearic Shearwaters on the sea about 1/2 mile South of the Icho Tower off the South Coast at noon on 21 August 2014.
115) conductor71 
St Helier
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Sunday, 17 August 2014 01:47 Write a comment

Whilst leaving Waitrose at Vallee Des Vaux yesterday evening (Sat 16 Aug 14) I heard two seagulls going crazy. A short time later, what appeared to be a grey heron (possibly without any white on its neck) flew out of a tree in the supermarket car park, pursued by one of the gulls who briefly attacked it. The heron was last seen flying north up Vallee des Vaux, hopefully to a quieter and safer spot. So that's another sighting for you!
114) Jo Mann 
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Monday, 4 August 2014 12:00 Write a comment

Hi there - can anyone advise what birds of prey reside or visit Jersey ? I see several in the skies when I am out and about and so am looking for a book which gives the silhouette or identification guidance. Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks, Jo smile
113) Will Simpson 
Jersey, St John
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Thursday, 17 July 2014 12:15 Write a comment

I went by boat to Chausey yesterday, 16/7/2014, and on the way when not far from the NE Minquiers buoy saw two large clusters of birds sitting in the sea, each about 250 birds. On closer inspection they were mostly Balearic Shearwaters but there were quite a few Cormorants among them. Very unusual sight.
112) Jo Thorpe 
Wetlands centre SO
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Sunday, 13 July 2014 15:35 Write a comment

Nice selection of birds observed this lunch time in this lovely facility.
111) Tom Hayek 
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Wednesday, 11 June 2014 17:54 Write a comment

Sorry we only just found you with 2 days left of our Jersey holiday. Whitethroat and Dartford warbler singing at Noirmont today and located a kestrel nest on the cliffs with 4 healthy looking chicks. Watched the parents feeding for an hour.
110) Tony McCaffrey 
Currently St Helier,
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Wednesday, 21 May 2014 00:59 Write a comment

Please would you identify fascinating hovering insect like a miniature hummingbird gathering nectar through long proboscis ...curled when not in use... From flower box of bank near post office. Rough estimate of length 2 inches .. Sorry I' m old school...colour head and main body light grey, lore back narrow ring of white,tail which is quite pointed - black. Wing beat incredibly quick, perfect ' hover ability'.
I hope this is sufficient to identify.An amazing little creature..We don't encounter them on the Dorset Coast ....
109) Jacob 
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Tuesday, 20 May 2014 18:36 Write a comment

Found site from google, good job!!
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