Wow! November was really the month for Short eared owls! Kentyetis’s post form October continued with some links to great photos on his website. But our November good egg post award goes to JudiM for her report on Short eared owls! I’m sure you will join us in congratulating both Kentyeti and JudiM, we’ll be back in the new year and hope you all have a very merry Christmas and a happy new year.
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In reply to doggie:
Wow Judi! Well done, and take a bow ... you are our first Double Egg.
You deserve it, and I know your excitement of the day is still with you.
Well done to Kentyetis, too.
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In reply to Sparrow:
Congratulations JudiM on your award,
Well deserved on such an exciting post,
Well done Kentyetis too
In reply to sugar:
Congratulations, Judi. As Sparrow has said you're our first double egger. The excitement when you saw the Short-eared Owls came shining through in your post so very well deserved. You might have to watch your cholesterol levels now. LOL
I missed Kentyetis post. Brilliant photos on his website.
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In reply to TeeJay:
Eggcellent, well done Kentyeti and Judi :)
Caroline in Jersey
In reply to Germain:
I would also like to eggstend my congratulations to both, especially Judi on her double!
In reply to Lolly_24:
Congratulations and very well done on doing the double Judi. :-))
Best wishes Chris
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In reply to Woodpecker:
Big congratulations on your award Judi.Well done on it being your second.
And well done to you Kentyeti too.
Surprise doesnt' cover it there are so many wonderful posts on here, I never expected this. I thought someone was having a yolk .Thank you for all your good wishes, but I will have to share it with Drexyl, without his heads up I would have missed this wonderful opportunity, the excitment of which will stay with me forever.Also Kentyeti your website is brilliant, congratulations from me too.
Of all creatures, man is the most detestable, he is the only creature that inflicts pain for sport, knowing it to be pain. ~ Mark Twain
In reply to JudiM:
Well done on your double-yolker J :)))
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Many congratulations to you Judi, Well done
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