Lincolnshire Rare Bird and Wildlife Photo Album.

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Lesser Grey Shrike218 viewsgpc
Lanceolated Warbler (Locustella lanceolata) @ North Cotes176 viewscollected North Cotes, 18th November 1909, G. H. Caton Haigh, British Birds 3: 354-355; W. R. Ogilvie-Grant, Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club 28: 216; F. L. Blathwayt, Zoologist 1912: 61; Witherby, 1920-24; Smith & Cornwallis, 1955; Lorand & Atkin, 1989Alex Lees
Rustic Bunting Gib 9th May 1993263 viewsMale present for 3 daysNige Lound
Red-flanked Bluetail277 viewsgpc
Dusky Warbler221 viewsgpc
Gull-billed Tern221 viewsfirst-winter at Covenham Reservoir September 1972 photo Keith Atkingpc
Pine Bunting678 viewsGib Point March 1995Nige Lound
Bluethroat412 viewsGib Point. May 1993Nige Lound
Wilson's Phalarope.431 viewsPaul Neale
Black-bellied dipper.395 viewsPaul Neale
Black-Bellied Dipper.298 viewsPaul Neale
Steppe Grey Shrike.414 viewsPaul Neale
Pacific Golden Plover339 viewsgpc
Pacific Golden Plover388 viewsgpc
Pacific Golden Plover238 viewsgpc
Pacific Golden Plover246 viewsdigi-scoped in terrible heat hazegpc
Long-billed Dowitcher239 viewsgpc
Long-billed Dowitcher181 viewsgpc
Long-billed Dowitcher180 viewsgpc
Lesser Sand Plover314 viewsgpc
Lesser Sand Plover176 viewsgpc
Lesser Sand Plover227 viewsdigi-scoped gpc
GT white egrett262 viewsRobert Hardy
Old shots194 viewsabout 5 years ago at the Fitties Robert Hardy
Rose-coloured Starling427 viewsNick Clayton
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