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B.Y. 2019. The Tortoise rules!

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PeterHG

You can show me Puffin pictures like yours all day long! I can see why they are irresistable

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xelas

Many many thanks, Dave, for those fabulous puffins photos!

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Towlersonsafari

Bravo!   @Dave Williams

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Kitsafari

stunning collection of photos, @Dave Williams and I'm all caught up with the BY threads, and so glad I kept yours for the last! I love puffins, so "too many" is still never enough. I hope I get to see at least one in person in the wild one day, soon!

 

 

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Zim Girl

Completely forgiven and would happily see more!

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Soukous

Irresistible indeed. 

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Peter Connan

And another wow from me!

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Dave Williams

267) Eurasian Jay

Another garden bird shot through the double glazing as they are very timid and fly as soon as you attempt to open a window or even appear behind one..

48297122621_c0faba9630_b.jpgEurasian Jay  Garrulus glandarius by Dave Williams, on Flickr

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Soukous

Cracking Jay Grommit.

 

The jay is certainly one of the more attractive of the corvids. I've been trying for ages to get a decent photo of one in our garden. 

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