Bloody Foreigners.

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Bloody Foreigners.

Post by Freako » Sat Feb 09 2019 20:10

Fieldfare on a dull day.
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Post by phil.c » Sat Feb 09 2019 20:21

Lovely photo of a beautiful bird.. We have only ever seen one of those in the garden.
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Post by davelumb » Sat Feb 09 2019 20:43

Bonny birds. :thumbs:

Not seen too many round here this winter.

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Post by Steve Burke » Sat Feb 09 2019 21:38

Brilliant photo!

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Post by Steve Burke » Sat Feb 09 2019 21:38

Brilliant photo!

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Post by Freako » Sat Feb 09 2019 23:52

phil.c wrote:
Lovely photo of a beautiful bird.. We have only ever seen one of those in the garden.
Thanks Phil, quite a lot around Leicestershire at the moment.
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Post by Freako » Sat Feb 09 2019 23:52

Steve Burke wrote:
Brilliant photo!
Thanks Steve.
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Post by kenny sloan » Sun Feb 10 2019 22:34

Great photo Mick , used to see them along with Redwing hopping around the fields years ago ,but they are now scarce enough around this area .The redwing came into the garden a few years ago picking at the apples thrown out for the blackbirds in heavey snow ,stayed a few days then flew off not seen them since .

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Post by Freako » Sun Feb 10 2019 23:12

kenny sloan wrote:
Great photo Mick , used to see them along with Redwing hopping around the fields years ago ,but they are now scarce enough around this area .The redwing came into the garden a few years ago picking at the apples thrown out for the blackbirds in heavey snow ,stayed a few days then flew off not seen them since .
Thanks Kenny. Its a real shame we are losing much of the wildlife we used to have,

This year has been the lowest bird count I have ever had on my feeders, strange.
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Post by Curts » Tue Feb 12 2019 20:29

Excellent photo

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Post by Freako » Fri Feb 15 2019 19:10

Curts wrote:
Excellent photo
Thanks Mate.
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