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Yellow-nosed Albatross2354 viewsShame it didnt stay. To my knowledge only seen by fishermenSteve Keightley
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Belton

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2322 viewsDean Nicholson & Wife, Mathew Latham & Dean Eades
Taken near to Belton

Tower
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Bewick's Swans1910 viewsNocton Fen 05-01-05 with neck ring 809P

Dean Eades
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Drake Smew - Dean

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1825 viewsToft-newton Reservoir still Present 14-01-05
Dean Eades
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Yellow-nosed Albatross1715 viewsPhotos taken by Paul CondonSteve Keightley
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Pye's Hall c19201319 viewsPhotograph supplied by Byron from GrimsbyGraham Hardy
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1118 viewsClose encounters of the Caprimulgus kind!Colin Jennings
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Mink - River Slea.1107 viewsMink swimming in the River Slea.Graham Hardy
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Countryfile1107 viewsApart from the Long-billed Dowitcher there was the added excitement of Ellie Harrison and the team filming for Countryfile.Trevor Gunby
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'Deano' Eades1040 viewsWith his new big toy!
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Ap full winter no sign of

pre-alternate moult
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1027 viewsThe real reason that the White Tailed Eagle disappeared North - frightened by legs in AprilChris Grimshaw
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Mark Bibby -

Rimac
1024 viewsMark stuck in the mud again ? Dean Eades
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Short Eared Owl and admirers1021 viewsVernon Barker
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Matt the laughing

welsh man
1008 viewsBelton 19-02-05Dean Eades
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Colin Smale at Rimac1006 viewsGlen Abbott
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Pete Haywood992 viewsRoy Harvey
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Mandy West & Chris Packham989 viewsMick West
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Waxwings Tetney 11-12-05982 viewsPhoto Grimsby Telegraph - From left Graham Catley, Dean Eades, John Harriman plus one unidentified ? Dean Eades
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Will Bowell &

Josh Jones
961 viewsWill Bowell (left) & Josh Jones (right)..... the wandering birders!Will Bowell
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Grey

Squirrel
958 viewsGraham Hardy
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dodgy goings on956 viewsgetting the crippling close up of the Dark-breasted Barn Owl Camargue Feb 2004gpc
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This is the photo I'd like to be remembered by...956 viewsI rarely have my photo taken unless it's done sneakily lol but while celebrating my 60th birthday last year I asked a walker passing if he would take a couple of snaps with Durlston Lighthouse as a backdrop, and he obliged.John Goy
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"Owt About"954 viewsA section of the many after the American Black TernChris Grimshaw
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Graham Catley - Fallow Deer952 viewsFallow Deergpc
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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.

Joining the Bird Club is a great way to make new birdwatching friends and contacts in Lincolnshire! If you are a "beginner", but keen to become actively involved in birding, you will find that learning about your county's wild birds - how, when and where to see them - is both easier and more enjoyable when undertaken in the company of our local enthusiasts. If you're already an active birdwatcher you can add another dimension to your birding by becoming involved in our varied local activities.

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