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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
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Birding sites in Durham (247)
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