Crane Spotter
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Crane Spotter – April – When Falls and Showers are Welcome!
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This is the month of change when we say a last farewell to any lingering birds who spent the winter with us. Last month hundreds of chattering Redwings and ...

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Crane Spotter – March – Back From The Dead!
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‘Croak, croak croak!’ Hear that sound this month and you will probably be looking down into a pond of breeding frogs. But you may just need to look upwards ...

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Crane Spotter: tales from a Cranleigh birder
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The Greenfinch, that chirpy House Sparrow sized-visitor to the garden and bird table, is in trouble. I was seeing up to 140 in flocks around farms in the ...

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Crane Spotter – January – Waxwing lyrical
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If ever a bird got even non-birdwatchers interested then it is the Waxwing. Starling-sized and silky feathered, it is a fruit of harsher winters further north. ...

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Crane Spotter – December – Forget robins, the bird for Christmas is . . .
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December - Forget robins, the bird for Christmas is . . . Robins, robins everywhere. Not only real ones but others of all shapes and sizes in Cranleigh’s ...

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Crane Spotter – November – Fireworks Have Arrived
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November – fireworks have arrived The boys are back in town! Or village, if that’s what you prefer to call it. And the girls too. I’m talking of Siskins, ...

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