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  • Plot70
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    Brandling worms were having such a good time that they were falling out of a wheelbarrow full of horse output while I was doing a squash bed.
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  • Nicos
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    No photo from me I’m afraid but we spotted a great egret yesterday in a field nearby. ( looks like a smaller white heron )

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  • Jay22
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    Yup definitely a Great Tit! Gorgeous.

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  • Bren In Pots
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    QW, MrPots agrees with it being a Great Tit, he says they're greener with a more defined cap than a Blue tit.

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  • quanglewangle
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    I think this might be a great tit rather than a blue tit. Anyone like to confirm either way?

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  • quanglewangle
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    Only November but they have started already
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  • annie8
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    I had a woodpecker in my garden yesterday. Sorry didn’t get a photo. Had them before a couple of times but very cool.

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  • Plot70
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    I had a grumpy hedgehog the other day.
    It got nicked for pinching the bait out of a rat trap and had to wait for me to get it out again with a badly damaged ego.
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  • Plot70
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    The adult moth is just grey with little dagger shaped black markings on the wings.
    The caterpillar is far better in front of a camera. It is an under £100 camera too.

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  • Nicos
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    Double WOW!…fantastic find and fantastic photos!
    Thanks for sharing!

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  • Bren In Pots
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    Great close ups Plot, thanks.

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  • Jay22
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    Amazing photos Plot70!

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  • Plot70
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    I found a very bright day glow caterpillar in the front garden.
    It is a grey dagger moth.
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  • Nicos
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    I had to look that one up - lovely piccie again Bones!

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  • Jay22
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    Originally posted by Mr Bones View Post

    Yep, on the garden shed
    it looks as though it should be from some far off exotic land. It’s beautiful!

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