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Old 02-11-15, 12:02 PM
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Guesses anyone?
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Several conifers and a silver birch?

Cant see a bird though........
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Old 03-11-15, 08:22 AM
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[QUOTE=MadEye;118738]Several conifers and a silver birch?

Cant see a bird though........[/QUOTE]


Neither can I Steve!

So what else is in the pic?
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Thought I saw a red squirrel but I think its a bit of dead conifer!!
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Old 03-11-15, 10:44 PM
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Nope. As usual, I can see nothing but trees Judith.

I suspect there might be a Grey Squirrel but that's just a guess, and there seems to be a bird way up in the thickest part of the tree on the extreme left, but it's so vague as to be not worth pursuing.

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There is a light green blob in the sky, I'm going to say incoming Green Woodpecker. (Even though you hinted it was not a bird)
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Old 04-11-15, 03:27 PM
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Thought I saw a red squirrel but I think its a bit of dead conifer!!
It probably is Steve!

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Nope. As usual, I can see nothing but trees Judith.

I suspect there might be a Grey Squirrel but that's just a guess, and there seems to be a bird way up in the thickest part of the tree on the extreme left, but it's so vague as to be not worth pursuing.

Tny

You are correct with seeing trees Tony!


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There is a light green blob in the sky, I'm going to say incoming Green Woodpecker. (Even though you hinted it was not a bird)

You are soooo close Peter! It is definitely not a bird!
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A green balloon...............
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A green balloon...............
I will say same balloon, green.
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A green balloon...............
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I will say same balloon, green.
Correct Guys!

Steve get's the cigar as he was the first with the correct answer even though he looked somewhat by it all!
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