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From 28th August to 1st September 1982, Saltholme Pool (Cleveland), was the focus of attention as the identification of the first Long-toed Stint for Britain and Ireland unravelled over several days, allowing news to reach the grapevines and many observers to travel to see this rare wader. read on
The BOURC has accepted the globally threatened Slender-billed Curlew onto the British List following the bird seen in Northumberland in 1998, described as "probably the most important record ever considered by the BBRC". read on
Key sites and species in Cleveland (8)
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Birding sites in Cleveland (93)
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