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  1. wildflower

    having a swim!

    Surprised a toad whilst mowing the lawn in the wild area - lovely eater of slugs and snails, may he prosper.
    Surprised a toad whilst mowing the lawn in the wild area - lovely eater of slugs and snails, may he prosper.
    Surprised a toad whilst mowing the lawn in the wild area - lovely eater of slugs and snails, may he prosper.
    Surprised a toad whilst mowing the lawn in the wild area - lovely eater of slugs and snails, may he prosper.
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  2. Fran

    Gardener's Friend

    I find they even like the dried dog food that you can buy, its much easier than that meat type, and along with a bowl of water, they enjoy it. Trouble is it brings in cats from miles around, and...
    I find they even like the dried dog food that you can buy, its much easier than that meat type, and along with a bowl of water, they enjoy it. Trouble is it brings in cats from miles around, and I suppose it could encourage rats.
    I find they even like the dried dog food that you can buy, its much easier than that meat type, and along with a bowl of water, they enjoy it. Trouble is it brings in cats from miles around, and I suppose it could encourage rats.
    I find they even like the dried dog food that you can buy, its much easier than that meat type, and along with a bowl of water, they enjoy it. Trouble is it brings in cats from miles around, and...
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  3. Marley Farley

    What Bugs.....!!!!!!!!

    Grasshoppers - the Meadow Grasshopper is green and brown while the Field Grasshopper(as in your photo is all brown) They are mainly vegetarian and eat grass.
    Grasshoppers - the Meadow Grasshopper is green and brown while the Field Grasshopper(as in your photo is all brown) They are mainly vegetarian and eat grass.
    Grasshoppers - the Meadow Grasshopper is green and brown while the Field Grasshopper(as in your photo is all brown) They are mainly vegetarian and eat grass.
    Grasshoppers - the Meadow Grasshopper is green and brown while the Field Grasshopper(as in your photo is all brown) They are mainly vegetarian and eat grass.
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  4. wildflower

    murder at lunchtime!!

    No way :D I feed the birds, and they feed him. I do like raptors - especially in flight.
    No way :D I feed the birds, and they feed him. I do like raptors - especially in flight.
    No way :D I feed the birds, and they feed him. I do like raptors - especially in flight.
    No way :D I feed the birds, and they feed him. I do like raptors - especially in flight.
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  5. Hornbeam

    Birds and wildlife gardening

    Very nice site. Lots of common sense advice to be found
    Very nice site. Lots of common sense advice to be found
    Very nice site. Lots of common sense advice to be found
    Very nice site. Lots of common sense advice to be found
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  6. Palustris

    Bunkerbee

    A fine pair of bee's Top shots Mr P.
    A fine pair of bee's Top shots Mr P.
    A fine pair of bee's Top shots Mr P.
    A fine pair of bee's Top shots Mr P.
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  7. jay

    Any twitchers here?

    :D Lol, yes but they don't mate in my garden! I just wanted to know out of interest, I love watching them. The big brave things came for lunch while I was sunbathing yesterday, lol!!
    :D Lol, yes but they don't mate in my garden! I just wanted to know out of interest, I love watching them. The big brave things came for lunch while I was sunbathing yesterday, lol!!
    :D Lol, yes but they don't mate in my garden! I just wanted to know out of interest, I love watching them. The big brave things came for lunch while I was sunbathing yesterday, lol!!
    :D Lol, yes but they don't mate in my garden! I just wanted to know out of interest, I love watching them. The big brave things came for lunch while I was sunbathing yesterday, lol!!
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  8. Poppy33

    Marsh Frogs

    We are about 30 miles from Romney Marsh, apparently the first marsh frogs came to the south east in 1935 and within a few years they had spread into Sussex. They do mate later than our own native...
    We are about 30 miles from Romney Marsh, apparently the first marsh frogs came to the south east in 1935 and within a few years they had spread into Sussex. They do mate later than our own native frog.
    We are about 30 miles from Romney Marsh, apparently the first marsh frogs came to the south east in 1935 and within a few years they had spread into Sussex. They do mate later than our own native frog.
    We are about 30 miles from Romney Marsh, apparently the first marsh frogs came to the south east in 1935 and within a few years they had spread into Sussex. They do mate later than our own native...
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  9. DAG

    Unusual Creature

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  10. Nik

    Five nestlings going cheep!

    Thought they would be long - I always worry in case I scare mum away. Love the idea of ivy - I let it go a bit rampant in one corner of my garden up a white lilac - its close to the house, but...
    Thought they would be long - I always worry in case I scare mum away. Love the idea of ivy - I let it go a bit rampant in one corner of my garden up a white lilac - its close to the house, but still gets a fair few nesters. The tits have the nest boxes at the bottom of my woodland garden. I know...
    Thought they would be long - I always worry in case I scare mum away. Love the idea of ivy - I let it go a bit rampant in one corner of my garden up a white lilac - its close to the house, but still gets a fair few nesters. The tits have the nest...
    Thought they would be long - I always worry in case I scare mum away. Love the idea of ivy - I let it go a bit rampant in one corner of my garden up a white lilac - its close to the house, but...
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  11. Fran

    Chance Encounter

    Coming up the A75 ( Carlilse to Stranraer ) one night on my way home just after Newtownstewart saw two small deer grazing on the edge of the road. Dont know who was the more suprized but really...
    Coming up the A75 ( Carlilse to Stranraer ) one night on my way home just after Newtownstewart saw two small deer grazing on the edge of the road. Dont know who was the more suprized but really glad that they stayed on the grass till I got past them ! [ 28. May 2006, 03:11 PM: Message edited...
    Coming up the A75 ( Carlilse to Stranraer ) one night on my way home just after Newtownstewart saw two small deer grazing on the edge of the road. Dont know who was the more suprized but really glad that they stayed on the grass till I got past...
    Coming up the A75 ( Carlilse to Stranraer ) one night on my way home just after Newtownstewart saw two small deer grazing on the edge of the road. Dont know who was the more suprized but really...
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  12. strongylodon

    Golden Babes

    Here's another recently born slow worm only 3ins long, the others have disappeared.
    Here's another recently born slow worm only 3ins long, the others have disappeared.
    Here's another recently born slow worm only 3ins long, the others have disappeared.
    Here's another recently born slow worm only 3ins long, the others have disappeared.
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  13. Liz

    Where the Badgers live!

    This is the path where I regularly take the dogs. It's well used by the village walkers: The badgers dig right up to it: Heres another hole: And another set of burrows under an old dead...
    This is the path where I regularly take the dogs. It's well used by the village walkers: The badgers dig right up to it: Heres another hole: And another set of burrows under an old dead tree: If you follow this path away from the village, about 100yards from the first hole is a busy...
    This is the path where I regularly take the dogs. It's well used by the village walkers: The badgers dig right up to it: Heres another hole: And another set of burrows under an old dead tree: If you follow this path away from the...
    This is the path where I regularly take the dogs. It's well used by the village walkers: The badgers dig right up to it: Heres another hole: And another set of burrows under an old dead...
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