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Abernyte Glebe sightings

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23 Oct 2008 14:01 #104 by Harvey Carruthers
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Tuesday 22nd
Green woodpecker
Greater spotted woodpeaker

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23 Oct 2008 19:10 #107 by Gordon
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Green woodpecker? Never seen one of those in these parts before.

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24 Oct 2008 10:53 #108 by Maggie Corkhill
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They must be spreading from the sunnier southern climes of Kinnaird and Guardswell. there have always been one or two about here.

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09 Mar 2009 14:55 #161 by Gordon
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Since the beginning on March I have seen good numbers of wee yellow burdies in and around the hawthorns. Very distinctive call. I thought they were sisken but now know that they are yellow hammers! Thank you Barry :-)

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18 Mar 2009 18:27 #165 by Harvey Carruthers
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While I was up on the Glebe today (Wednesday March 18) had my first sighting of a butterfly for 2009. It was a rather fine Peacock, which was soaking up the warm sun. I also had sightings of both green and greater spotted wood pecker, robin and blackbird.

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20 Mar 2009 14:39 - 20 Mar 2009 14:41 #168 by Harvey Carruthers
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Birds seen on the Glebe today Friday March 20th a wren, hedge sparrow and a pair of yellowhammers, with a skylark singing over head.

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