10 reports returned.
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Durham Bird Club
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Whitburn Bird Observatory
Alan Tilmouth reviews the latest from Buckingham Press's excellent series. read on
The recent trend of American passerines turning up in back gardens continues, this time in County Durham. read on
Alan Tilmouth on a big surprise in the Northeast. read on
A male Turkestan Shrike (Lanius (isabellinus) phoenicuroides) at Whitburn Coastal Park, Durham on 14 May gave many quick reacting north-east birders a first chance to see a male of this stunning species/race. read on
Whitburn Steel in Co. Durham has become one of the most reliable sites at which to see these lovely terns. Local birder Mark Newsome provides tips on how to maximise your chances this autumn. read on
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