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RSPBLodmoor-Great success🤗. I have counted 43 fledged Common Terns with 10+ still on the islands. And the first fledglings are now fishing for themselves(photos) just a week or so after fledging. How good is that😊😊.
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It certainly looks like it, a great find!
Help with ID please. Think it’s a Laughing Dove rare. @SightingDOR @DorsetWildlife @DorsetBirdClub @NatureUK @ChrisGPackham @TonyFurnell @BBCSpringwatch 4
Sedge Warbler in full song today #LonghamLakes @DorsetBirdClub @NatureofDorset @SightingDOR @wildlife_uk @NatureUK @Britnatureguide @BirdSpotUK @DorsetWildlife @RSPBEngland @Natures_Voice @iNatureUK @britishbirds @Nature_Spot @DominicCouzens @MartinWood14 #SX604
Truly fascinating creatures
We've been spending some time watching Nightjar behaviour with our thermal camera recently, a great bit of kit that enables further insights into their lives.This clip shows how brilliantly they can detect moths, even when high above them @DorsetBirdClub @RingersWm @harbourbirds
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