Odd Ones Out (Just For Fun)

  • In reply to James:

    I see something else 1 o'clock of the raptor and close to it -  if that's it which doesn't look like a pink-foot !   ....  unless I should be looking for a rabbit or vole in the field lol    

    @ Jim,  you found both odd ones out ?  


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  • In reply to Paul A:

    Paul A said:

    Did you manage to get the two different odd ones out? (not including the Sheep).!!  :-)

    Sadly I have just seen this post :(


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  • In reply to James:

    Well done on the Raptor (a Common Buzzard which I seen through the scope before the Geese got up) and the other one really does stand out like a Limpet on a rock. ;-)

    Will reveal the culprits soon....(assuming that there are only two).!!

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  • In reply to Paul A:

    Hello all. New to this but in reply to Paul “nobody likes hangers on”! (I think)!

  • In reply to Michael S:

    Well done to the keen eyed among you. The two (that I know of) odd ones out were a Common Buzzard on the fence and a Barnacle Goose on the ground, both to the lower left of the photo. I had spotted the birds in the scope just before the Pink-footed Geese took off so I was very lucky to capture both of them in the photo. There were actually two Barnacle Geese but I can't find the other one in the photo.!! Once again, well done for giving it a go, after all, it's just for fun. :-)

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  • In reply to Paul A:

    Well I found the Buzzard but not the Barnacle Goose, well done Paul for a terrific photo of all those birds in flight, think I might have been found taking cover with all that action:-)

    Lot to learn

  • In reply to gaynorsl:


    Here’s the other one.. Hope the pic shows as first attempt!

  • In reply to Michael S:

    You really are having a laugh here!! Mmmm!!!

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  • In reply to Catlady:

    Well spotted, Michael. I knew that there were at least two there before they took off. :-)

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