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RE: Buxton and area


Thurs 20th July

Marsh Harrier circling high over Dove Holes being mobbed by a Peregrine. Looked Kite-ish at first but it caught the sun at one point, showing a beigey head.


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- 94 Pink-footed Geese flying west over the moors between Buxton and Dove Holes this lunchtime

-- Edited by Rob Creek on Thursday 13th of January 2022 01:51:51 PM



-- Edited by Ian McKerchar on Thursday 13th of January 2022 02:33:42 PM

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Originally posted by Ian Boote today:

Pavilion Gardens

Grey Wagtail, Dipper, Nuthatch and 6 Tufted Ducks.



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I had a trip to Buxton and cycled all the way to bakewell and back. I feel shattered but seen some very interesting things both on the old railway route and around Buxton. Highlights includes; buzzard, kestrel, 2 sparrowhawks, redstart, a dozen spotted flycatchers totalling 3 families together feeding their juveniles (I've never seen a sight quite like it before), willow warbler and a great spotted woodpecker! Ta!

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