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25%
  
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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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Crassus 5:36 Sun Mar 7
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https://www.miltonkeynes.co.uk/news/warning-graphic-content-are-hungry-otters-killing-swans-milton-keynes-330122

And all done for the shear fun of it all

Some kind of so called wildlife freak was damn near tossing themselves to a frenzy of delight that the bastards had reached their local canal, and a dipshit in Oxford that they had inhabited their small wildlife wetland pond

Crassus 5:31 Sun Mar 7
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Otters are the true bastards

Utter nonsense of a mismanaged re-introduction and the evil fuckers a re running wild

Everything is fair game from swans, warblers, kingfishers etc to any kind of fish from record barbel, massive carp to ornamentals in private gardens to fish farmers and garden centres

Strangely, they have not read the green cross code - plenty around my way seem to be found as road kill

Can't think why ;)

Tomshardware 1:00 Sun Mar 7
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True Mex.

Aalborg Hammer 12:44 Sun Mar 7
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A huntin',shootin' fishin' neighbour has a large fishpond with Koi carp in it.
I asked him one day "Don't you have problems with Herons?"
"Only once"

Mex Martillo 11:36 Sun Mar 7
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Tom, not sure if it works?
I talk from experience as I’ve been patiently waiting for a massive nest egg to come my way.

Tomshardware 10:14 Sun Mar 7
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I'm only messing, the heron is a patient bird, I envy it's lifestyle.

blueeyed.handsomeman 9:21 Sun Mar 7
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we were interested in signing a 19 year old PLYMOUTH striker named Paul Mariner but thats history,unlike this thread which is hysterical,

Coffee 8:39 Sun Mar 7
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The heron has a special place in gank's heart.

Like the albatross in the heart of the ancient mariner.

Mex Martillo 8:22 Sun Mar 7
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I like herons as well.
What you got against herons Tom?
Are you a fishfarmer? I heard they annoy fishfarmers.

lowermarshhammer 3:56 Sun Mar 7
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Herons are great, they are patient statuesque cunts.

lowermarshhammer 3:55 Sun Mar 7
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Herons have their ecological niche.

Humans should never impose their values on those with feathers and that includes pikey feral skanky fucked up toed pigeons.

Tomshardware 11:33 Sat Mar 6
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The heron is a wretched bird.

gph 10:14 Sat Mar 6
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Unlike parrots, albatrosses are rubbish at language.

She obviously misheard me no pause

Mex Martillo 8:17 Sat Mar 6
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gph 5:27 Sat Mar 6
I saw that as well gph, they said normal life expectancy of an albatross is 30-40 years. I guess our seventy year old albatross hen having a chick would be the equivalent of a 120 year old woman having a kid!

Tomshardware 8:09 Sat Mar 6
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I now cherish the sight or song of the chaffinch as it seems rather these last few years.

Nurse Ratched 7:57 Sat Mar 6
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Arf! @ Ur

Nurse Ratched 7:54 Sat Mar 6
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Crassus

Indeed. That was going to be my next suggestion if 'bullfinch was blown out.

Crassus 6:32 Sat Mar 6
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Nurse - do you think they could be chaffinches?
I've got them too, reckon mine are chaffs

WHU(Exeter) 6:12 Sat Mar 6
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Btw, see UR is in the news today...

gph 6:08 Sat Mar 6
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900 years' time, and she'll be the female Genghis Khan of the albatross world

WHU(Exeter) 5:57 Sat Mar 6
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Nurse, just had a look at photos of them and think you're right, the ones I saw resembled the photos of female bullfinch I've just seen. Cheers.

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