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  • annie8
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    Saw a great spotted woodpecker in the garden trying to get on the bird feeder. Haven’t seen one in the garden before

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  • burnie
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    I really must clean the windows again
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  • annie8
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    Originally posted by burnie View Post

    They are moving north, been seen in Perthshire north of you, I've not seen one round Angus yet though, Little Owls and Grass snakes are also now found in the borders.
    they have become daily visitors. Lovely to see them. Also had a pair of bull finches in the garden today.

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  • burnie
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    About a quarter of a mile away, it's some powerful lens I got, thing is it's so heavy I don't need to go to the gym carrying that thing around lol.

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  • Bren In Pots
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    Lovely photo Burnie

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  • Plot70
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    Originally posted by burnie View Post
    Been out in the sunshine and found this youngster on my way home
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    Oh dear it is a dear

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  • burnie
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    Been out in the sunshine and found this youngster on my way home
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  • Plot70
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    They certainly let you know if there is something that bothers them. Squabbling feral cats set them off too.

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  • Plot70
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    I spotted a sparrowhawk the other day on my plot.
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  • burnie
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    Originally posted by annie8 View Post
    Sorry no photo but I had a pair of nuthatches in the garden today. Very exciting. Never seen one before don’t think they are often seen this far north.
    They are moving north, been seen in Perthshire north of you, I've not seen one round Angus yet though, Little Owls and Grass snakes are also now found in the borders.

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  • annie8
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    Sorry no photo but I had a pair of nuthatches in the garden today. Very exciting. Never seen one before don’t think they are often seen this far north.

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  • burnie
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    An Eider duck
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  • Plot70
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    I think I will stick with my grass hoppers.
    They are much quieter but not silent.

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  • MelanieSW
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    Originally posted by Plot70 View Post
    I have heard that those birds are noisy.
    They certainly like to make themselves known
    This flock lives in the park across the road, and likes to visit the allotments when the sunflower seeds are ready.

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  • Plot70
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    I have heard that those birds are noisy.
    I would sooner settle for a grass hopper guarding one of my pumpkins.
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