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Your Wildlife Sightings!

Discussion in 'TalkCeltic Pub' started by cidermaster, May 22, 2014.

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  1. Johniebhoy.

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    Good man MR Forest, :50:, don't forget to post some pics.
     
  2. cidermaster Gold Member Gold Member

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    Let us know in here what you see in your garden Cool Boy for the Big Garden Birdwatch.:50: I will let you know what I see.
    And others in this thread let us know what you see as well:84:
     
  3. cidermaster Gold Member Gold Member

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    Great Photos Johnie,your really caught the brilliant light. Superb:50:
     
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    I apologise I’m a Luddite,but give me your address and I’ll send you a drawing :67: :50:

    I will, but if we are the only ones with 5 turkeys, an ostrich and a dodo, please forgive our ignorance :56:
     
  5. bagforlife Gold Member Gold Member

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    Fantastic pictures @Johniebhoy. Love the cormorant one's they always look prehistoric bird's to me
     
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    That's fukin' superb Johnie. I've never seen that before. It's beautiful
     
  8. Johniebhoy.

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    Thanks Pete, the light was stunning once the Sun burned off the fog a bit.

    Thanks Sioux, i'll post some more tomorrow, i took loads as i might never get the chance to see him as close again.

    Thanks John, it's my first to see this too, i never knew such things existed before today.
     
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  9. blackfish Screaming from beneath the waves...

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    Not wildlife per se, but my Saulosi is “holding” again (brooding eggs in her mouth) - yellow fish with bulge in her “chin”, with guest appearance of big Darth swimming in front of her!
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    And my Kribensis in my other tank presented me with a brood on Christmas Day!

    Watching these fish parenting is fascinating.

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    A few from Doorly park, i sat and watched the Swans for a while yesterday, they were very aggressive to each other with a bit of bullying going on from two in particular, do they pair off at this time of year? or is it for territory? there was around 15 Swans there and fights breaking out all over the place.
     
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    My first long tailed * they're usually too fast for me
     
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    Can't get over the detail of the cormorants wing's in that first picture Johnie never seen it so close before they're amazing bird's
     
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    I know it not exactly watching wildlife in the flesh however, I've been getting up early the last week or two to take my granddaughter to school (her mother is a nurse) and she encouraged me to watch The Really Wild Show on CBBC and it's been brilliant. They cast get really up close and personal to some of the most scariest, beautiful and strange animals on the planet and the camera work is fantastic. It's really well worth the watch.
     
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    Crackin pictures there Sioux, the Longtails are giddy wee things and not too easy to capture, well caught :50:

    He was at a different part of the river this morning Sioux, on a boat even closer to the bank, he didn't stir when i was taking pics, there was walkers, runners, dog walkers all passing him, didn't faze him one bit.
     
  20. Idioteque I’ll laugh until my head comes off

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    Red and blue rainbow fish catching the rays from
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