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Thursday, 11 February 2010

Fieldfare Sighting & Sea Eagle vote

With the return of a cm of snow/ ice/ hale, it was fitting a winter thrush, a fine Fieldfare was seen perched up in a tree in the back of the garden at 8am this morning. It was perched facing the house, the brown streaked breast sides were seen very well on this bird,  but it turned round facing left and flew off just as I was getting my camera out of the bag (in the house, typical!)

If you want to vote on whether you wish to see White- tailed Sea Eagles re-introduced into coastal Suffolk, or if you are vehemently opposed to it log onto

and vote in his poll.
This is an excellent website by a local birder who used a camera and telescope combination to take pictures of birds with fine results. Check out his excellent pictures of Black- necked Grebe, Bittern and Peregrine 

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