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Old Thursday 9th April 2015, 17:27   #16
ashley banwell
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Originally Posted by Nutcracker View Post
Can't respond on your blog post as it doesn't accept anon comments. One other possibility to bear in mind, is if a tit (either species) has been feeding on flowers or catkins with brownish pollen which could change the colour of the nasal bristles.
Not a chance, neither feed on pollen/catkins/flowers as well as this feature being present in the winter.
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