Tag Archives: RSPB

Dawn chorus days

I was up for the dawn chorus alongside a nationwide community of birdwatchers. Continue reading

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In perpetual motion

There were golden plover, Cetti’s warblers and a peregrine (among many other birds) at Otmoor on 26 January Continue reading

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Turtle dove at last

At last, on an unlikely August afternoon, I saw a turtle dove at Otmoor. Continue reading

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No turtle doves (but lots of warblers)

Although there were no turtle doves at Otmoor on 5 May, there were nine species of warbler, hobby, bittern and much else. Continue reading

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It’s April blossom now

It’s worrying that we now have May blossom in April. Continue reading

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There’s always something on Otmoor

A visit to Otmoor always produces something of interest. When I went on 6 January I saw pintail ducks and a water rail. Continue reading

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One bittern—or maybe more

I saw my first bittern at the Otmoor RSPB reserve. Continue reading

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