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  • Nicos
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    ^^^ lollipops!!!!
    So lovely to see!

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  • burnie
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  • Plot70
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    My sister had a grey cockatiel like the left one in your photo.
    It screeched and then screeched again as it begged to spend a few minutes with the cover on its cage.
    They are much quieter if you give them a marble to incubate.

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  • DannyK
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    A grey heron which frequents my garden and my heron alarms.
    No idea why it keeps coming back as no fish in pond and I wouldn't restock with the heron about!
    I suppose it's the 6 foot wingspan that sets off the cockatiels.
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/103667.../shares/53iTC7
    Last edited by DannyK; 13-01-2021, 06:07 PM.

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  • annie8
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    Saw a flock of curlews yesterday on playing fields in the middle of Edinburgh. See them there quite regularly.

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  • mothhawk
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    Originally posted by burnie View Post
    A Curlew over the fields on the outskirts of our village
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    What a fantastic picture.
    I've never seen a curlew. Or a rock pipit.

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  • burnie
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    A Jay in a rather dark and cold forest
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  • burnie
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    I've had quite a few published in the Scottish Field magazine, but then I don't charge them for them lol.

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  • Nicos
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    Lovely Bernie!

    amazing how something so simple of a real life photo can be so uplifting!


    Thanks for sharing

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  • Bren In Pots
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    Lovely photo Burnie

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  • burnie
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    I can get down on the floor to sneak up on things, it's the getting up that's becoming a problem lol.

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  • Snoop Puss
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    Gorgeous photos, Burnie. And really impressive technique. Thanks for sharing.

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  • burnie
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  • Leslie Simpson
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    Originally posted by burnie View Post
    In a deep dark forest a Greater Spotted Woodpecker
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    Great. Somehow I had never even seen a woodpecker in such detail before. I saw it in the trees from a distance, but I did not even look for a photo of how the bird looks close up. But it turns out that the bird is very cute. Well done, great photo!

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  • burnie
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    A Rock Pipit
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