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Steve Egglestone



General information
Name: Steve Egglestone
Location: Adopted Sandancer, but still has a passion for Jarra.
Occupation: Jobless bum at the minute
Hobbies: No hobbies really, Wildlife is my way of life.
Title: ( # of posts 664 )
Date registered 01.13.2011
Date of birth: 22. June 1964
Last online: 08.13.2014
Sex: male


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E-mail segglestone@blueyonder.co.uk



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08.09.2014
Steve Egglestone has replied to a post
Sat Aug 09, 2014 10:11 pm | jump to post

Common terns both of them sorry to say Ray. The adult is starting to show the winter plumage as a few are now on wor beach.And aye ya got Cormorant id right.

01.16.2014
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Thu Jan 16, 2014 8:53 pm | jump to post

Excellent stuff Berb!...........................................Viewed another couple of rarities to our boro the last couple of days in the form of 2 Nuthatches. These pair have been seen the last few days near the Rookery in Cleadon park(from the path above). But apparently they may have been here much longer by what I've been told. Treecreeper seen on both visits here, also a pair of G.S woodies and a Tree sparrow today. Also a male Blackbird gathering nesting material here. Cheers to Lauren...

01.13.2014
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Mon Jan 13, 2014 7:55 pm | jump to post

Be interesting to find out where this Waxwing was ringed Berb. and its history.

01.04.2014
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Sat Jan 04, 2014 7:55 pm | jump to post

Managed a shot of the new oddity in Marine park this afternoon in crap light conditions. Tufty/Scaup x Pochard. Its hanging out with the Tufties here and comes to bread.
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Sat Jan 04, 2014 12:41 am | jump to post

Quote: degsy_safc wrote in post #3013Quote: Steve Egglestone wrote in post #3012 Kicking myself for not having he camera with me on this visit.!Don't worry about it Steve - once upon a time on the 22 October 2009 (i'll never forget that bloody date) .And I got the bullet the next day..lol, for wanting away early from a job. Worth it though.!

01.03.2014
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Fri Jan 03, 2014 10:12 pm | jump to post

Interesting hybrid Tufty on Marine park this afternoon, possibly a Tufty/Pochard mix. Most of the tufty features but with a greyer back and brown colouration towards the tail...first thought was Scaup but no its not. (kicking myself for not having he camera with me on this visit.!).

12.20.2013
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Fri Dec 20, 2013 7:40 pm | jump to post

Got a email back from a member of the planning team for the POT today regarding the Kittiwakes. A tower type structure is hoped to be in place for the next breeding season if all goes well with the planning process etc. They have taken advice from the Tyne Kittiwake group, RSPB and other interested parties. Good to know there's a few fighting to save our inland colony.

12.11.2013
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Wed Dec 11, 2013 7:44 pm | jump to post

Long -tailed duck sighted again in the north end of Marsden bay along with about 10 Common scoter and a RT diver also here. 28 Ringed plover, 15+ Dunlin, 6 Sandling and a few Purple sands on Sandhaven rocks before noon today.

12.10.2013
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Tue Dec 10, 2013 8:11 pm | jump to post

Drove by Moor lane flash (large one opposite academy main entrance) at about 3.30pm. Two adult Whoopers and a imm. Also a adult Whooper on the flats.

12.08.2013
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Sun Dec 08, 2013 10:34 pm | jump to post

Report from this springs survey.http://www.durhamwt.co.uk/2013/07/survey...ter-population/



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