Wednesday, November 16

RSPB Old Moor



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  1. All of them stunning--but wow--that pheasant!! What a handsome fella!

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    1. He was trying to impress the lady, Sue but she wasn't really all that interested just kept running away from him.

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  2. Stunning! Happy Wednesday ♥

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  3. I was going to say the same thing as Sue. I don't think of ever seen one in person before.

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    1. They are quite common birds for us, Margaret. In fact my sister had a pair in her small garden only the other day.

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  4. What superb pictures. I did enjoy them, especially the grebe, is it a grebe? xxx

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    1. Yes, there are two photos of a great crested grebe, Dina. It made life difficult as it kept diving and disappearing,

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  5. Ah yes, I remember the one I released....how low they sit in the water!xxx

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    1. When they dive they seem to be underwater for ages, Dina and then they pop up somewhere completely different just like coats and diving ducks do.

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  6. The water look crystal clear! So beautiful!
    The birds look so attractive!

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    1. The area is managed for wildlife, Malar

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