So now we are into June, is anyone else wondering where the year has gone?...and if summer will ever arrive, and stay? We come to May’s good egg post award. There have been some great contributions this month from Shane’s report of his trip to Rye Meads with the gang, to Barnsley lad’s coal tit pictures. But we have gone for Bob Philpott’s post from May bringing everyone’s attention to the plight of Buzzards. This was something that affected us all as wildlife lovers and we couldn’t have achieved the outcome we did without help from each and every one of you, there's still a lot of work to be done and we hope you will all assist in the future. What a great public response. So Bob, you are May's good egg post award but everyone pat yourselves on the back.
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In reply to seymouraves:
Congratulations Bob, well deserved.
well done to the others mentioned
In reply to sugar:
Congrats from me too! Very well deserved!
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In reply to Rockwolf:
Great stuff Bob,well deserved.
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Well done Bob a well deserved award. Shane
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In reply to doggie:
doggie said:and a very deserved mention of Shane and Ray
Thanks doggie and Marjus, without taking the limelight away from Bob I must give due credit to Aiki and Graham too for their postings as it was the "gang" after all.
Well done Bob, and thanks for the mention mods
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In reply to Barnsley lad:
So sorry Ray I should have said congratulations to you as well .
In reply to Shane:
well done ray & shane but a really good job bob you all deserve the award, if shane or ray dont get the next two, Tony
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