In reply to HAZY:
I can't either aitch but have sent Pauline a message so that I can download a pic for here!
2013 photos & vids here
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In reply to WendyBartter:
Hi Pauline, I use my pad almost all the time, and can attach photos from the ipad into a post. Make sure you have set the top box, in the settings and advanced options, to enhanced, and save it, click use rich formatting in the reply box, tap the white box where you want to add the photo and text, click the little TV on the top line of little icons, click browse and you should see options of where you have the photos on you iPad, pick the photo you want and it will appear in the middle box, if it is too big you can change the numbers in the two boxes above the photo, click insert. It should now be showing in the first white box, you can add text above or below the photo by tapping the box again. Good luck.
I should he said mine is an Apple ipad.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
I was delighted to receive so much help and interest and want to thank you all. I tried 2 times to catch the pigeon but it evaded me, think it has lost trust now and has disappeared.
In reply to Pauline Mangion:
That's a shame Pauline, hope it will be okay.
I am Pauline Mangion and wearing green top. thank you.
In reply to Catlady:
I did send you a message Pauline as I couldn't see Pidge pic on our FB page!
Received this pic from Pauline via Messenger
They look lovely looking birds, how did it go with the injured one?
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Well done helping Pauline with pic posting Wendy,
@ Pauline, lovely photo; hope the injured pigeon is doing better, looks like you've made friends with the birdie gang for life !
"Each kindness shown to birds or men is sure to flutter back again"
Pauline said ... **I have a happy ending to report. The injured pigeon returned with leg much improved with 2 others in his family. Tried to post a pic on the RSPB community forum but couldn’t. Here is the latest one. They visit twice a day and I have become their pop-in restaurant. Thanks to all who tried to help when I was worried about an injured pigeon. Although I just talked to it sympathetically, maybe it realised I was a potential friend and that’s why it came back!**
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