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Northern Bobwhite74 viewsNorthern BobwhiteRussell Hayes
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Eastern? Common Tern158 viewsRichard Jackson
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Red-throated Diver?135 viewsOn tide-lineRoy Harvey
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Red-throated Diver?105 viewsOn the tide line at CleethorpesRoy Harvey
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'American Wigeon'220 viewsRoy Harvey
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'American Wigeon'186 viewsRoy Harvey
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Comments welcome on ID279 viewsHad it as a Yellow-browed on site but it doesn't quite look right.Russell Hayes
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Comments welcome on ID247 viewsRussell Hayes
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Maned Duck190 viewsOtherwise known as the Australian Wood Duck. It's anyones guess how this one came to be on the wrong side of the world in Horncastle this morning!!Trevor Gunby
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Dunnock119 viewsDunnock with growthsRussell Hayes
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ID please252 viewsnot sure id please Mick Widdowson
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Redpoll225 viewsID pleaseOliver Woodman
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Possible Great White Egret - Bardney213 viewsSeen flying high over Bardney Sugar Beet Factory in fading lightRussell Hayes
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I D Please324 viewsjust looking at photos from 3rd Oct at Donna NookRichard Pipe
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I D please -318 viewsJust looking through saturday's photos at Donna NookRichard Pipe
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Warbler sp.316 viewsWhile trying to photograph the Yellow-browed Warbler at Gib today I caught this flitting through the trees, I first assumed it was the Yellow-browed but now viewed on the computer it is a different bird.
Any thoughts?
Russell Hayes
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I.D please anyone348 viewsDonna Nook on Saturday - assume juvenile!!!Richard Pipe
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White Head Redshank181 viewsMick Widdowson
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White Head Redshank135 viewsMick Widdowson
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See through an office window?274 viewsCan anyone please ID this bird see at Prince William of Gloucester Barracks. ThanksBob Wacey
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Escapee Lady Amherst's Pheasant231 viewsGarden tick from I know not where?Pete Scott
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Foot245 viewsJohn Clarkson
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Twite or Linnet please??339 viewsCleethorpes Richard Pipe
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ID please?410 viewsSeen at Cleethorpes last week.
Is it a Wood Sandpiper?
Paul Dumpleton
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Siskin??412 viewsExtremely tame and been in the same spot for 3 days.Paul Dumpleton
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