Lincolnshire Rare Bird and Wildlife Photo Album.

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THE MINK 51 viewsGeoff Harrod
MINK60 viewsMINK - RIVER BAINGeoff Harrod
Stoat81 viewsTrevor Gunby
MUNTJAC63 viewsGeoff Harrod
MUNTJACK49 viewsGeoff Harrod
First reported as a Minke Whale the Natural History Museum now think it is a juvenile Fin Whale163 viewsCleethorpes, photos per Bill MeekDave Bradbeer
First reported as a Minke Whale the Natural History Museum now think it is a juvenile Fin Whale122 viewsCleethorpesDave Bradbeer
Otter121 viewsOtter - River Welland - Deeping High BankRussell Hayes
Otter106 viewsOtter - River Welland - Deeping High BankRussell Hayes
Unusual friendship.199 viewsPaul Neale
Unusual friendship.155 viewsPaul Neale
Muntjac132 viewsCleethorpes Country ParkDave Bradbeer
171 viewsGeoff Harrod
Fox cub138 viewsone of threeOliver Woodman
Seal with pike202 viewsGarry Wright
Seal with pike225 viewsGarry Wright
Common Seal131 viewsPete Scott
181 viewsDeer at HawthorpeChris Grimshaw
Wood Mouse177 viewsNot sure about this one seen from the hide this morning. Can anyone confirm
the species?
Trevor Gunby
Fox141 viewsKevin Everton
Common Seal108 viewsCommon SealGeoff Harrod
Fox147 viewsCleethorpes Country ParkRichard Pipe
STOAT332 viewsGeoff Harrod
Water vole209 viewsGarry Wright
Muntjac Deer136 viewsMuntjac Deer - BardneyRussell Hayes
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The Bird Club was formed in 1979, to encourage and further an interest in the bird life, birding and birdwatching of the historic county of Lincolnshire, to collect and publish information on bird movements and bird populations, bird taxonomy, bird status, to encourage conservation of the wildlife of the county of Lincolnshire and to provide sound information on which bird conservation policies can be based.

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