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  1. Oxford to become England's first 'Swift City'

    Quote Originally Posted by WD-40 View Post
    The RSPB and its partners were granted 83,700 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for a new Oxford 'Swift City'.

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  2. Part Leucistic Blackbird

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    And he's still around, must be five or more now, looking good.
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  3. Bird Ringing at Hosehill lake, Theale. 4th July 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by rolf View Post
    Reading and Basingstoke Ringing hosted an excellent demonstration morning, being both fun and informative. Tim and colleagues provided a running commentary on the ringing, identifying key recognition points, explaining handling and ringing techniques and topped it off with the odd amusing anecdote.

    The weather was dry and mostly sunny, with perhaps a slightly higher breeze than is ideal, this prompted an excellent turnout and it was nice to see some children plainly enjoying the
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  4. Bird ringing demonstration Theale, July 4th, 2010

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    For those members of TVB local to Berkshire, the Reading and Basingstoke Ringing Group are holding a demonstration at Hosehill Lake, Theale, Just along from the Sand Martin Wall.

    I went to the Padworth Common demo last year and had a very enjoyable and informative morning, see the forum thread: http://www.thamesvalleybirds.co.uk/f...light=padworth

    If you can make it along, say so in
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  5. Crouching down behind the grass at Lavell's Lake

    Took quite a while to capture this bird the other Sunday afternoon at Lavell's Lake, my knees were locking up and it was proving difficult to hold the Bigma lens steady when mounted on the monopod for good shots, but managed a couple of reasonable ones.

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