Don't Forget My Birding News is Now on Twitter

Saturday, 20th December 2014

I am posting all of my birding news on Twitter now - over 500 posts so far.




 
I will keep this blog site up however and post here from time to time, linking from tweets when there's a 'lot' to say or look at.


Last Year's Brunnich's Guillemot pic for Kris

Saturday, 20th December 2014

I am only posting here on High Days and Holidays now and special occasions. 

Here's the promised Brunnich's pic. from last year Kris.




Great Black-backed Gull - new post

Tuesday, July 1st 2014

New post uploaded on my Gulls and Terns blog today.

Occasional posts will continue.

Monday, 2nd June 2014

I have decided to continue with occasional posts on this blog now that we are back on patch birding on the East Weares, Portland. Some readers will know that I have had some great birds there recently and that the informal breeding bird survey continues for its third season. My new blog http://gullsandterns.blogspot.co.uk/ continues as sightings allow. Inneviatably it will be slow in the summer months.

The Last Post

Saturday, 12th April 2014

Dear all. This is the final post for 'birdingportlanduk' as I mentioned on my tweet last night. I would like to thank all the readers for their interest and support during the last couple of years. Some of you will know that I began this project to keep myself occupied in the evenings when my wife Catherine had to go into the nursing home. Despite a few ups and downs things have settled down are going very well for us both now. I have been very much aware that birdingportlanduk has strayed off topic quite a lot over the past twelve months and it has been increasingly hard to come up with anything different from the news and information that's routinely circulated elsewhere; hence I now plan to devote my time to gulls and terns which is my current field of ornithological interest. The new blog 'gullsandterns.blogspot' will therefore continue and hopefully thrive as a result. I will of course also carry on tweeting out local news.. and try hard to keep that on a birding theme too.

Take care, and great birding. Keith.