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2018 The Big Year – A brief summary of the first six months of the year.

A long-awaited installment from Ken’s big year… My year started with me birding mostly in the Midlands, seeing many species that are nowadays difficult to find in my home county of Anglesey such as, grey partridge, green woodpecker, willow tit, marsh tit and tree sparrow. I had a short break in Norfolk with Pete James […]

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Kicking off the year with Ken

I have been birding for close on 50 years now and with my 70th birthday coming up this year, I decided that I would take time off from everything and spend a whole year on a Grand Birding Tour of Britain. Over the years I have travelled from Lands End to John O’Groats in search […]

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And the winner is….

Well, we’re finally here. This is when I announce the results of the first naturebites birdrace! Before you go any further check out all the species seen . I’m going to list the runners-up in order of their participation, ending with the highest number of species seen in one county in six hours – the […]

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