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29%
  



Nurse Ratched 12:27 Fri Mar 27
For WHO's birders
I thought you might like this video.

https://youtu.be/I7dYd-Ra8bk


It's a compilation of different birds singing. Beautiful photography. If you expand the 'title' under the video it gives a list of species and the times they pop up in the video. Most of the species are familiar to us in the UK, but there are some 'exotics' (the cranes - wow, what a noise!)

It was filmed in Belarus. The guy has a channel you can subscribe to.

Anyway, I hope you enjoy it and maybe it'll take your mind off you-know-what for a few blessed minutes.

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lowermarshhammer 3:59 Sun Jan 24
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lose = pose

lowermarshhammer 3:59 Sun Jan 24
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Lab 9.24

Goldcrests are very unafraid of.humans they just know we lose no threat.

About 10 years ago I found a dead goldcrest next to my motorbike, almost certainly it had crashed into a window somewhere between the 4th and 6th floors of where we living.

Gave it a little burial with my toddler kid at the time.

Rang up the old dear LMH to tell her and freakishly the same day she'd had a goldcrest kamikaze into a window. Fortunately after a few dazed minutes in her hands it fucked off to the tree tops.

lowermarshhammer 3:43 Sun Jan 24
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Pickle 1243
the lack of self awareness is worthy of academic research as is the fact that goldfinches in my garden go nowhere near the niger seed feeder which they are supposed to get addicted to and demolish the sunflower hearts instead.

MaryMillingtonsGhost 10:04 Sat Jan 23
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Side of Ham 12:53 Thu Jan 21

'you know this Pickle so stop being a cunt'

Good luck with this request fella.

lab 9:24 Sat Jan 23
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A few feet away from watching a goldcrest finding food on leaves , three occasions it was like a humming bird . A sparrow hawk also flew past me a couple of yards away about three foot off the ground , Silent glide looking for a kill before bedtime.

lowermarshhammer 1:44 Thu Jan 21
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Bullfinches often heard and seldom seen along the Wid vallley

lab 1:23 Thu Jan 21
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Joe Royal 12:51
Did it make a loud SPLATT?
Nurse, I saw a flock of about 30 goldies the other day. Haven’t seen a bullfinch for ...dunno...decades!

Side of Ham 12:54 Thu Jan 21
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*rarely your pet

Side of Ham 12:53 Thu Jan 21
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Kenzo, just took his dog for a run out that his dog needs to have, he deliberately went out early In the hope he would avoid confrontation with other animals but unfortunately on this occasion nature was cruel even by the fact badgers are night creatures so it should have been safe in it’s set.

I am always sad to hear nature take it’s deadly role when it seemed unnecessary but by having dogs as pets and keeping them from forming packs limits this event taking place.

Once a dog gets a sniff they are back to instinct and rarely your anymore, you know this Pickle so stop being a cunt looking to make things worse than they are because you are disliked & mocked on here, YOU built this situation by your own sick posting history.

lowermarshhammer 12:52 Thu Jan 21
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After they've finished their coarse fish lunch.

joe royal 12:51 Thu Jan 21
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A swan crash landed into our works car park yesterday afternoon, made a bit of a noise.

Two others landed and just looked at it. All three had rings on their legs.

20 mins later they had gone.

Mr Kenzo 12:49 Thu Jan 21
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Careful Surf, Pickle and his Polish mates will come over with a massive keep net and cook them up for dinner

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:48 Thu Jan 21
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There's a bird in my garden calling:

twit, twit, twit, twit

Any ideas what it might be?

Nurse Ratched 12:44 Thu Jan 21
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Yep. The comedy-squeaking-wheel song of the great tit is very noisy in my garden today. As well as the fluting song of goldfinches.

Hammer and Pickle 12:43 Thu Jan 21
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Exactly

Oh ffs

lowermarshhammer 12:43 Thu Jan 21
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Noisy great tit spotted skulking about in unusual habitat.

Nurse Ratched 12:39 Thu Jan 21
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Oh ffs.

Hammer and Pickle 12:36 Thu Jan 21
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So you condone the killing of protected species by Staff owners like you.

Wonderful. I'm sure you have some delightful friends.

Mike Oxsaw 12:30 Thu Jan 21
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Your mission, Double-O Pickle is to infiltrate WHO and get as many threads locked as you can.

Big gold star and a bag of Swan & Otter crisps for you if you succeed.

Mr Kenzo 12:25 Thu Jan 21
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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1261044/Slaughter-swans-As-carcasses-pile-crude-camps-built-river-banks-residents-frightened-visit-park-Peterborough.html

Mr Kenzo 12:23 Thu Jan 21
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Boasting ? Far from it, i've condoned it.

We got the dog as a rescue, he is brilliant with people and is the perfect pet and wouldn't swap him for anything else. If anyone is to blame it was me for not having him on a lead. And don't talk to me about protected species as your nationals kill and eat them and your digging a dog out for it, oh the irony

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