It looks like you all have been busy through March with some great posts. We have decided to award the March Good Egg post to jamabr24 for sharing the pictures of his pond through February and March. I'm sure you will all be out creating wildlife ponds in the coming months. Some other great posts from this month have been Marjus' Weasel photos, and Shane's day out. Well Done to all of you.
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Congratulations Jamabr24, i love the development of your pond & hope to see more in the coming months.
Also well done to Marjus & Shane, all great threads
In reply to doggie:
Congratulations Jamabr and Marjus & Shane too.
In reply to pudweena:
Congrats Jamabr and well done Shane!! Thanks very much Mods for including me here too! Made my day! :-)
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In reply to Rockwolf:
Congratulations Jamabr. I missed this thread and have just read it through. Good work.
Well done Marjus and Shane for your "highly commended" posts.
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In reply to TeeJay:
Congratulations Jamabar, and well done MarJus and Shane!
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Congrates Jamabr24, O totally missed your post, but have just read it that looks a great wildlife pond and i hope you have great success with it. Well done Marjus as well with your Weasel photos and as for my post well talk about surprised, mind you made a nice start to the day for not only me but Andrew too.
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Cheers Alan, I told him of the recognition and that beaming smile came back on his face I will pass on your praise when he gets back off his paper round.
In reply to Shane:
Well done one and all
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In reply to Barnsley lad:
Congrats Jamabr, that's one great-looking pond! Also well done to Shane and MarJus.
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In reply to Lolly_24:
Thanks Ray, Aiki & Lolly, I will let Andrew know about your kind comments as he was part of the day to.
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