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Re: Local Patch Report Strumpshaw Fen

Postby seanspetbird » Mon Feb 09, 2015 10:30 pm

New post on my blog for you guys http://seanspetmonster.blogspot.co.uk/ I had an amazing day out to Titchwell today. lots of exciting birds to tell you including a starfish eating gull! I got to see my first ever red-breasted merganser and many more. I have also added a couple of drawings on today's post, check it out.
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Re: Local Patch Report Strumpshaw Fen

Postby Seth Burgess » Tue Feb 10, 2015 4:13 pm

That photo of the gull trying to eat the starfish is brilliant! How far did the bird get?
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Re: Local Patch Report Strumpshaw Fen

Postby seanspetbird » Tue Feb 10, 2015 7:42 pm

Seth Burgess wrote:That photo of the gull trying to eat the starfish is brilliant! How far did the bird get?

wasn't too far away but still near the limit of my zoom range on my bridge camera. several metres or so i guess
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Re: Local Patch Report Strumpshaw Fen

Postby seanspetbird » Wed Feb 11, 2015 4:27 pm

Brand new post up on my blog http://seanspetmonster.blogspot.co.uk/ Today at Strumpshaw, a certain big red squirrel turns up to promote his campaign and the resident black swan turns up at Reception Hide.
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Re: Local Patch Report Strumpshaw Fen

Postby seanspetbird » Fri Feb 13, 2015 9:34 pm

I just like to say thank you to BBC Wildlife Magazine for announcing me as blogger of the week. More posts to come next week.
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Re: Local Patch Report Strumpshaw Fen

Postby Seth Burgess » Mon Feb 16, 2015 8:34 am

Congratulations again! We look forward to this week's new posts.
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Re: Local Patch Report Strumpshaw Fen

Postby seanspetbird » Mon Feb 16, 2015 9:45 pm

New post on my blog http://seanspetmonster.blogspot.co.uk/ Today, I visit Great Yarmouth in search of gulls. I guide you through a few of the species and some of their behaviour. I also show you a very special colony of Mediterranean gulls. If you are finding gulls a headache to identify, then I recommend you to check out my blog.
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Re: Local Patch Report Strumpshaw Fen

Postby seanspetbird » Tue Feb 17, 2015 7:06 pm

New post on my blog http://seanspetmonster.blogspot.co.uk/2 ... rwich.html Today, I take you on a guided walk along part of the river that flows through the city of Norwich, the River Wensum. I get to show you not only wildlife but some historical buildings along the way.
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Re: Local Patch Report Strumpshaw Fen

Postby seanspetbird » Wed Feb 18, 2015 5:37 pm

New post on my blog http://seanspetmonster.blogspot.co.uk/ It is half term and lots of families came to visit a very busy Strumpshaw today. I help out with the children's trail (just for the holidays) and showed them many birds. I watch a marsh harrier skydance and back at Norwich, I find something new to my urban bird list (if I actually had one of course lol) and it is something everyone loves to see. Check the blog out to see what it could really be.
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Re: Local Patch Report Strumpshaw Fen

Postby seanspetbird » Thu Feb 19, 2015 5:23 pm

Brand new post for you all on my blog http://seanspetmonster.blogspot.co.uk/ Today, I take a walk amongst a vast snowdrop display at Walsingham Abbey while getting a bit wet.
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