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Reply Aaccensemema
7:43 AM on March 11, 2018 
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Reply TimmyNiree
5:33 PM on September 10, 2017 
Reply Junior
10:57 AM on August 18, 2012 
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Reply Suebryan
1:58 PM on August 8, 2012 
Paul Yorke says...
Thinking about Peru as our next birding trip. Enjoyed your trip report

Thanks Paul. I'm glad you enjoyed the report. Peru is certainly a stunning place and we shall probably return again next year but this time to the northern section.
Reply Paul Yorke
4:15 PM on August 6, 2012 
Thinking about Peru as our next birding trip. Enjoyed your trip report
Reply Suebryan
2:02 PM on June 7, 2012 
Thanks for your kind comments Daniel. Best wishes Sue
Reply Daniel
11:18 AM on June 7, 2012 
Hello Sue, some really great photo's and your trip reports are an inspiration!
Reply Suebryan
11:21 AM on June 20, 2011 
Hi Mali
Yes I remember meeting you. I hope all goes well for your move to Norfolk as you will enjoy the birding here. Thank you for your kind comments.
Best wishes
Reply Mali Halls
8:05 AM on June 19, 2011 
Hi Sue,
Some interesting info on your site, and some good pics too. I reckon my partner and I may have met you and your partner a few years ago. We were at Sheringham watching Purple Sandpipers foraging on the concrete along the prom. We are now in the process of moving to the North Norfolk Coast, so maybe bump into you again sometime. Best wishes, Mali & Hazel, at Hastings.
Reply Suebryan
6:40 AM on March 9, 2011 
[Peter Logtmeijer]
Dear Sue,
Nice trip-report and photos, especially because we will fly next week to Adana for a birding trip to Eastern Turkey.
A small remark by one of the butterfly photos. I think that's it's not a Silver-washed Fritillary but a Cardinal, because of the red color on the underside of the fore-wing. Best regards, Peter Bussum, Netherlands

Hi Peter
Now that I have returned from my year away and have had some time, you are of course correct in that the photo of the fritillary is of course a Cardinal. Thank you for pointing this out. I hope you had a love time on your trip.
Best wishes