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Thread: Today's Wildlife Encounter

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    They love it. Although it sometimes takes a day or two for them to realise it's there. Good luck with it when you run out of fatballs.

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    Not having any mixed woodland near to the house we don't have such an exotic mix of visitors as you do. However, once word gets out about the lard it might tempt a few different birds out of the dale.

    If grey squirrels get a taste for it they can get ready!
    Visibility good except in Hill Fog

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    I disturbed a foraging Yaffle this morning whilst out with the dogs.

    First one I've seen for couple of years.
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    A flock of Siskins in an Alder tree near home. Not shy at all - which helped me identify them.

    Well done spotting a yaffle Llani. Not seen one for a few years, though hear then fairly often. Not seen a Lesser spotted for years - last one was in Bont Dolgadfan.

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    Great crested newt in the pond at our local nature reserve today. First newt of the year.

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    Yesterday, saw first little group of 5 sand martins round the reservoir.
    Don't roll with a pig in poo. You get covered in poo and the pig likes it.

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    Saw a Reed Bunting at our local nature reserve this morning (Otley). It surprised me coming to a feeder.

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    Great spotted woodpecker in woods near Wychbury Hill Fort, Worcestershire.
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    Great birds seen whilst walking the Pembrokeshire coast path. Lots of Choughs, Wheatear, Stone chat and even a Peragrine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattPo View Post
    Great birds seen whilst walking the Pembrokeshire coast path. Lots of Choughs, Wheatear, Stone chat and even a Peragrine.
    Oooooh Chough. Don't get to see them very often but my favourite member of the Crow family!
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