In reply to Paul A:
Paul A said:
Mmmm, I somehow don't think this is what I had in mind for Swan Lake!
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lol Tony, I'd almost forgotten this thread.
Mrs Black-headed Gull .... "you show me your back balance, clearly shows enough interest but your current account of shading me from the sun just doesn't add up"
post edit; here's one I took last week at Woolston ......... spring really was in the air that day lol
"Each kindness shown to birds or men is sure to flutter back again"
The annual random direction piggy-back race got off to its usual exciting start.!!
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In reply to HAZY:
I had to chuckle when I saw this post, I'd caught a pair of avocets making out,
and a few days later, black headed gulls also making out.
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In reply to TeeJay:
After many weeks of searching he eventually found one.
The rumours of small invisible Horses were true after all.!!
Honest darling, that early morning worm you sent me to catch was THISSSS big
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Ed, I thought you'd radioed ahead to clear the landing strip, how are we going to manage now
A pair of black headed gulls building their new home at Middleton Lakes recently.
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