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Old 28-03-17, 07:46 PM
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A tough one maybe but give it a go!
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Old 28-03-17, 10:51 PM
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Tough you say Judith?

I'll say.

Assuming we're looking for a bird, I can see what might be a Robin, but I certainly wouldn't put any money on that.

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Old 29-03-17, 09:49 AM
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Is it a moth?
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Old 29-03-17, 10:02 AM
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Is there a Peacock Butterfly roughly 3/4 way up from bottom of picture about in the middle ? Mind I'm that bleary eyed this morning there could be a group of Rhinos in there and I would even miss that !!
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Old 29-03-17, 05:05 PM
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Tough you say Judith?

I'll say.

Assuming we're looking for a bird, I can see what might be a Robin, but I certainly wouldn't put any money on that.

Tny
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Not a Robin.

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Is there a Peacock Butterfly roughly 3/4 way up from bottom of picture about in the middle ? Mind I'm that bleary eyed this morning there could be a group of Rhinos in there and I would even miss that !!
You are very close Pete!
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Is it an actual peacock?
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Is it an actual peacock?
Unfortunately it isn't Stuart!
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Unfortunately it isn't Stuart!
A single rhino?
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Old 30-03-17, 05:31 PM
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Meadow brown, bottom right
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Emperor dragonfly?
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