England, 2007 (batch #3)

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An old favourite!  Let’s face it, I’m not going to get a better shot than this, am I?

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Trust me, there’s a chick in that hole!  It was a VERY vocal little birdie!

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England has three woodpecker types.  Great (and lesser) Spotted and Green WPs.

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This is the only Grey Partridge I’ve ever seen.  It’s native (the more common Red-legged is not).

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Honk if you were a Goose last night!

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Oooh!  An arty one!

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Every year my Aunt had House Martins (and I had Barn Swallows).  This year, neither returned!

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Ah, it’s nice to see some ‘Norfolk Reds’ (bricks) again!  Oh, and a Jackdaw too!

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A Kestrel (or wind-hover).  Who needs a compass when there’s a Kestrel around?

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A gull, on a mast, on a boat, on a river.  That’s Jenga I think?  OK, that’s it for tonight.

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