WHO Poll
Q: 2022 Summer Transfer Window - How many 1st team players will we sign before August 6th
a. None as Sullivan will wait until the last week before he gets his scattergun out the cupboard
b. A couple of freebies paraded as superstars, usual hype to follow
c. I'm more optimistic as surely they know we need to strengthen, 3-4 with decent money spent.
d. Who gives a toss as we have a great squad already, I've already ordered the new replica kit, socks and all and can't wait to wear it at our first game, down the pub of course, I bleed claret & blue

Nurse Ratched 12:27 Fri Mar 27
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I thought you might like this video.


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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J.Riddle 3:16 Tue Jun 28
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Aalborg Hammer 12:22 Tue Jun 28
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Currently ensconced on the south coast of the Isle of Wight. We're overlooking the sea across a barley field..we were delighted to see an osprey hovering over the field this evening. The local press have been touting it as a western osprey although my bird book doesn't mention it .Apparently they had a pair hatch in Poole harbour this year.That's one to tick off

arsegrapes 1:25 Sat Jun 11
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gph 1:06 Sat Jun 11
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Careful out there


Tomshardware 12:44 Fri Jun 10
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Very sad and worrying.

gph 2:46 Sun Jun 5
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Crows as intelligent as 7-yo humans?


WHU(Exeter) 7:20 Thu Jun 2
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That’s a fair point gph. I’ve known the cat in question for years now, ever since he was a kitten, he used to spend hours watching me gardening.

He’s in his later years now and more often than not off his nut on catnip, so I do respect the fact that he’s still “got it”.

Just wish he’d stick to mice…

( the robins have been back, the dunnocks haven’t :(

Tomshardware 10:43 Thu Jun 2
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Anyone see the hedgehog eating those Skylark chicks on Springwatch? Never knew they would predate birds.

gph 1:23 Thu Jun 2
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"Nature can be very cruel !!"

Strange, if humans do something similar in war, they are usually admired for their tactical astuteness.

WHU(Exeter) 7:03 Tue May 31
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Have had a pair of dunnocks visit pretty much daily for the last few weeks. Really pretty birds with a way about them.

Also get a pair of robins coming for mealy worms each day.

The neighbours cat who on average seems to take out no more than a couple birds a year, was finishing off one yesterday morning. Unidentifiable.

The thought that it’s one of the dunnocks or robins has really pissed me off.

ironsofcanada 3:28 Tue May 31
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Starlings in the eaves and robins in the garden.

Neither than welcome.

Eerie Descent 3:05 Tue May 31
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Did you set that up before or after you transitioned, Capitol They son?

Capitol Man 2:43 Tue May 31
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ted fenton 1:27 Tue May 31
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lab 4:49 Wed May 11
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Magpies do a similar thing here I'm often chasing them off.

Nature can be very cruel !!


Tomshardware 9:43 Tue May 31
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Springwatch is back on for anyone interested in nature.

lab 4:49 Wed May 11
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This morning I was at Marble Bay inGuernsey . I could hear a fuss on the high rocks over to my right , an oyster catcher was chasing a crow away , the thing was this crow I believe was a decoy . Another crow swooped on the rocks a carried off a young chick from the wading birds nest . This happened twice while I was there .

Tomshardware 3:26 Wed May 11
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Interesting stuff nurse.

Mike Oxsaw 1:27 Wed May 11
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Tuesday is late in this one, Obi.

Hammer and Pickle 12:49 Wed May 11
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It’s a basic fact belonging to the real world - not something you will be comfortable with, Twundle.

Lee Trundle 12:45 Wed May 11
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"birds cannot be toilet trained"

Zero self awareness.

Hammer and Pickle 12:43 Wed May 11
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Humans don’t share their living quarters with wild birds for a perfectly good reason - birds cannot be toilet trained and basically shit everywhere. It is insanitary and, as I discovered when researching into having a pet owl, pretty much impossible to manage indoors if you want to live like a civilised human being. So the social services will surely take an interest when the neighbours alert them about the sanitary hazard; hopefully it really all is just you slipping into the arena of the unwell as you lose sense of the difference between what is in your head and what happens in the real world.

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