Hoopoe

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  1. Munchie

    Munchie Funster Life Member

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    The best shots I have so far.......
     

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    Read it as Whoope birds and got all giddy about our imminent trip and then the penny dropped.

    blooming feathered variety should have realised that Steph keeps you on a tighter rein than that.
     
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    Got to be on zoom. I've never managed to get anywhere near them.


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    Takes me back many years to the noise they make. I thought they were only native to the South of France. Had no idea they were up north. Having heard them calling many times have never actually seen one.
     
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    Can you eat them?
     

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