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Dean Eades -

Bittern
399 viewsLincsDean Eades55555
(10 votes)
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Black Tailed Godwit427 viewsTaken towards the end of July near Titans on the Humber bank. This will be included in an exhibition called "Estuary" at the Discovery Centre, Cleethorpes from 10th till 30th Sept. All welcome, free entry. Worth bringing a camera, plenty of 'tame' greylags flying around and the dunes are an SSSI.Colin Smale55555
(6 votes)
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Dean Eades -

Marbled white
275 viewsRedhill 30-06-05Dean Eades55555
(6 votes)
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Dean Eades -

Black Necked Grebe
428 viewsLincs Dean Eades55555
(5 votes)
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Emperor male221 viewsgpc55555
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Quail381 viewsgpc55555
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male Nightjar426 viewsgpc55555
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Dean Eades -

Phalarope
183 viewsCovenham Reservoir - 05.11.05Dean Eades55555
(2 votes)
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Ruff203 viewsColin Smale55555
(1 votes)
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HUMMINGBIRD HAWK-MOTH280 viewsAt Saltfleetby on September-9, 2006 feeding on Purple Loosestrife. Note the length of the proboscis and how flexible it is and also note the appendage below the abdomen. Two days previously, a Camberwell Beauty was seen at the same site but was too brief a sighting to capture an image. Barry Clarkson55555
(1 votes)
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Bittern320 viewsgpc55555
(1 votes)
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Canada Geese at Sunset242 viewsMick West55555
(1 votes)
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Dean Eades880 viewsPhoto Taken in Scotland 01-06-06 , one of 2 days good weather Dean Eades55555
(1 votes)
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Mediterranean Gull193 viewsgpc55555
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WAXWING222 viewsColin Smale55555
(1 votes)
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Mark Bibby -

Rimac
1015 viewsMark stuck in the mud again ? Dean Eades55555
(1 votes)
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Migrant Hawker144 views55555
(1 votes)
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Dean Eades -

Southern hawker
330 viewsHackthorn estate 11-07-05 Dean Eades55555
(6 votes)
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Dean Eades - Grass Snake429 viewsChambers wood 30-04-05Dean Eades55555
(7 votes)
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Dean Eades - Stoats479 viewsMessingham 08-06-06Dean Eades55555
(3 votes)
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Dean Eades -

Bairds Sandpiper
233 viewsKirkby 24-09-05Dean Eades55555
(3 votes)
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Dean Eades -

Bittern
305 viewsLincs 17-07-05Dean Eades55555
(3 votes)
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Dean Eades - Grass Snake443 viewsChambers wood 30-04-05Dean Eades55555
(5 votes)
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Dean Eades -

Migrant Hawker
157 viewsHuttoft 06-08-05Dean Eades55555
(2 votes)
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Common Blue133 views55555
(2 votes)
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