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25 Nov
3:03pm, 25 Nov 2020
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flanker
Another barn owl incident on last night's run. I'm beginning to think they are attracted to the head torch. I just wish they'd make more noise when they swoop in to have a look :-)
25 Nov
6:26pm, 25 Nov 2020
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Rosehip
They do seem attracted by head/chest torches, flanker - as do little owls.

Coots and moorhens are so common here they don't really register
25 Nov
6:46pm, 25 Nov 2020
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flanker
The local Littlies are one of the very few things I miss from Cambridge.

(The others are “our” robin, the nailed-on hobbies and the best Bangladeshi takeaway in the country)
D2
27 Nov
1:22pm, 27 Nov 2020
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D2
Greywagtail on my roof bobby around taking insects from the tiles :)
27 Nov
5:58pm, 27 Nov 2020
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bonners
Ooo, lovely, hopefully a winter visitor that sticks around
12:29am
12:29am, 29 Nov 2020
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xt350 🇳🇿


I the Wellington Botanical Gardens yesterday and saw this Tui close by...

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