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I'm lovin' Dave's picture of a Black-headed Gull in Winter plumage. It just looks so soft and fluffy.
I like this but don't know what type of Goose it is, I have never seen one
Looks like a Barnacle Goose, Peggy.
Its a pretty little thing, and I'm glad to see someone other than myself posting to this thread. YAY!
I came across this beauty. Of course, with 49 pages in this thread, it may be back there somewhere. In fact, I feel like going back through this thread to see what has been posted.
This is a GREAT shot by John Edwards
A superb shot of a Great TIt by Jez Taylor. Be sure and click it to enlarge, as you'll then see the little tid-bit the Tit has in its beak.
Sue has already posted this photo, but allow me to post it again: I love owls and I think this picture is superb.
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