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Old 24-02-2013, 08:55   #1 (permalink)
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Woody "Woodpecker".... and a pleasant "Pheasant"... trying to eat the fish through the ice...

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Both absolutely beautiful - but everyone knows pheasants are immensely stupid - so that doesn't surprise me!
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You always liked a nice bird Mo
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Dont know how people could shoot them....

Spose till you have tried one I shouldn`t say nuffink.... but he wasn`t phased by me standing by the window....

But there again all my life I have had pretty birds flocking to me...
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nice pics Mo,havent seen a woodpecker for years
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I live in central London and have a woodpecker in the garden square opposite us, you can even hear him tapping the tree trunk . I do put nut feeders out but no matter how hard I try to stop the squirrels getting them they always manage to get a free meal .
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