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  1. gramps

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    First time I have seen any numbers of these around, still as flighty as the Reed Warblers but they do stop occasionally. :)


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    Sedge Warbler
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  2. jbw

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    Excellent shot
     
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  4. gramps

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    Thank you :)
     
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    Nice, never seen one.
     
  6. gramps

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    Thanks ... they can be hard to spot :D
     
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    Nice to see a good image.....
     
  8. gramps

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    Thank you David :)
     
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    Nice shot,Roger.

    I did go to Slimbridge today,most time spent in the cool in Rushy. I didn't know how agressively territorial they are. They were attacking crows in flight,gulls and one had a go at two Shell ducks on the same mud bank..lol.Can't post anything as the Apple keyboard has died.Now on iPad. I can't order one online so will have to go to Cheltenham.
     
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    Sorry about your keyboard John ... hope you were able to keep a bit cool today! :)
     

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