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Hmmm......Red squirrel?

I must say, Judith, that is a tidy clean barbecue
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I will go with chaffinch
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Old 08-11-15, 04:52 PM
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Hmmm......Red squirrel?

I must say, Judith, that is a tidy clean barbecue
Nope, not a Red Squirrel Dora! I will let you in to a secret....it is not my barbecue!


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I will go with chaffinch
Nope, not a Chaffinch Martin.
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Spotless starling!
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Spotless starling!
Nope, I wish it was and it being in the UK Stuart!

A good guess but the pic was definitely taken in the UK.
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Is there a raptor / owl sitting close to the base of one of the tree trunks?
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Old 09-11-15, 11:33 AM
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Is there a raptor / owl sitting close to the base of one of the tree trunks?
There isn't unfortunately Dora!
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Greenfinch perhaps?
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Greenfinch perhaps?
Nope, not a Greenfinch Tony.
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A last guess!! - is there a female pheasant hiding behind the dark blob?

I think we might need a clue.

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