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Bird Watch – See What You Missed!! by Darren Shepherd

Well, the Jubilee picnic is over and its time for the latest installment of bird watch. The bird watch event at the picnic, didn’t last very long I’m afraid, as other activities took centre stage; we’ll improve the signage next … Continue reading

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Bird Watch – Winter Visitors by Darren Shepherd

Bird life in the Park this January has been quiet, although there are still a few birds about, including some winter visitors from Scandinavia and Russia. The commonest of these visitors is the redwing (turdus iliacus),  which can be seen … Continue reading

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Bird Watch – Calling Curlews, by Darren Shepherd

Night and day, the wildlife and birds of the Park live their lives and have their ‘adventures’, and it is worthwhile taking time to slowdown to their pace and just observe. Today, 9th January, a red kite, with no wing … Continue reading

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Bird Watching in the Park

Darren Shepherd of Nethercliffe Road, is a keen ornithologist, and has left this fascinating comment on the ecology page, which deserves greater prominence. “I would like to add a few more birds to the list of those seen in the … Continue reading

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