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95) John 
Location:
Sr saviour
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Saturday, 3 August 2013 21:57 Write a comment

Really useful to see you including the EXIF data with (some) of your images.
94) Jonathan Smih 
Location:
Cambridgshire
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Saturday, 3 August 2013 08:28 Write a comment

A visiting birding coming to the island next Tuesday for a week. Great "latest sightings section" nice to see it so up to date.

Will be out looking for Balearic. Is there a best time to check out the bays in the evenings for the rafts? Coming from a land locked county I don't get a lot of sea watching it.

Is there somewhere to report any rare sightings to? Just incase!

Thanks very much
93) Dara 
Location:
ST Peter's valley
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Monday, 29 July 2013 23:03 Write a comment

Someone may be able to assist or be interested.

I was in St Peter's valley wood on Sunday (28/07/13 morning walking the dogs when i heard a screeching noise. At first my family and I thought it might be kids further along on the swings but as we got closer, the noise was piercing. All of a sudden a extremely large full bodied bird (with large hooked beak) took off from the woods above and to our left and flew ahead of us and then out of the woods. Any ideas what this might be?
92) Sue 
Location:
UK
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Wednesday, 24 July 2013 21:47 Write a comment

We saw a smallish raptor at Greve De Lecq, similar in shape to a harrier larger than a kestrel, with a distinctive dark band on the underside of its tail. Can anyone tell me what it was. We have searched our books and can only come up with a harrier, but not sure.

Thank you
91) bernie 
Location:
jersey
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Sunday, 26 May 2013 21:40 Write a comment

hi ,dont know if anyone can help me,about a month ago i took a buzzard that hed been hit by a bus to the animal shelter,it was then taken to a vet in st mary and has since been moved somewhere to recuperate before release,does anyone know where they might have it,i have lost contact with the guy who was going to let me know when they may release it so my son and i can go and watch it....thank you
90) Christine Emm 
Location:
Hants/Dorset (Avon Valley)
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Sunday, 5 May 2013 20:22 Write a comment

Glad to see the hirundines are with you: we are lacking all but a few here in Hampshire/East Dorset. Watching for swifts too - send them on!
89) Mark 
Location:
st ouens jersey
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Wednesday, 1 May 2013 17:22 Write a comment

Just seen sparrow hawk attacking wood pigeons in the back garden, amazing to see the speed of both!
88) Michelene 
Location:
St Clement
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Monday, 28 January 2013 21:05 Write a comment

I saw a pair of Cattle Egret near Holmgrown this afternoon. White, yellow beak and white legs
87) April 
Location:
Trinity
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Wednesday, 31 October 2012 00:17 Write a comment

Good news - the sparrows are back!

Spotted a small group of goldcrests in St Lawrence today
86) April 
Location:
Trinity
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Tuesday, 2 October 2012 22:54 Write a comment

confused

All the small birds have disappeared from our garden and that of our neighbour - green finches, gold finches and a mass of sparrows. It's eerily quiet, except for a young seagull and a ring-necked dove. Any idea as to why?
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