Now, I'm not one for taking the Huff easily, but I think I was perhaps way too easy on you with Jigsaw #2 and you all seemed to get the answer without too much trouble. This one may just prove to be a tad more difficult, or maybe not. No clues this time, not even a small one.!! You may have to phone a friend for help this time. Only one piece missing from this particular jigsaw, and I seem to have placed the piece upside down....Ooops.!!
PS: I'm keeping a watchful eye on some of you...you know who you are.!! :-)
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hmmmm, you're testing us this time ! knowing this cryptic puzzle I bet its not a gull lol Hint of the head looked more like a Lapwing but the wings definitely don't ! so still working on it .....
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In reply to HAZY:
Certainly looks like wader to me,maybe Ringed Plover.
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Like Hazel I went for Lapwing based on the glimpse of the head and beak, but the wings are built for speed and maneuverability. Need more time with this.
could be a small Wader, some of them come from Kent!
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In reply to turboman:
rofl !!! been going through my birdy books, re-reading and viewing the zoomed pic - very clever Paul; now it all makes sense and becomes clear as a bell - I think !
Be one of my locals at Pegwell Bay then Terry to go with that very cunning clue that PA said he wasn't imparting???
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In reply to WendyBartter:
Oh dear, I'm beginning to wonder if I've been rumbled?? I think we're possibly only one small step from the answer.!!
In reply to Paul A:
My Tern for a Sandwich with cold turkey and mayo, not really all the turkey has gone?
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In reply to Shane:
Stone me ...just had brainwave & it's not even light yet ... changed direction again!!
I thought golden plover.
In reply to Robbo:
So do I
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