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Pinks: Reporter David Knight

There can be no greater sight and sound during the winter months in Norfolk than those of Pink-footed Geese. I look forward to seeing and hearing them every year. The crescendo of ‘wink-wink’ calls can be heard long before their

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Hawk & Owl Trust: Norwich Peregrines 2019

By Alwyn Jackson
In the recent copy of H&OT’s Peregrine magazine (Autumn/Winter 2019) Zoe Smith, Peregrine Officer, reported that 2019 was another great season for the Norwich Peregrines. A clutch of four eggs was completed in March about nine days

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Could we thank the shooting fraternity for the increase in the number of Common Buzzards

By Alwyn Jackson
I could never comprehend why, when so much energy and effort is put into ridding our countryside of alien species, a relatively small minority of people are allowed to flood our fields and woodlands with many millions

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Marsh Harrier Red B7

By Ray Gribble
While on the WVBS field trip on 29th September to Breydon Water and RSPB Strumpshaw Reserve a wing-tagged Marsh Harrier was spotted. Fortunately, Emily managed to photograph the bird so the tag could be read as B7

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The Television Dove

By Alwyn Jackson

I wonder if any other members are woken in the early hours by the call of a Collared Dove? The slightly monotonous and mournful song of this species is sometimes transcribed as a bored football fan singing:

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