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Old Monday 12th May 2008, 15:42   #26
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Look forward to hearing where, exactly ...
check this thread, but it's up to Rosie what further info should be revealed I guess (especially if there's any evidence of breeding)

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Ivory-billed woodpecker, without a doubt
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Either way, this pic cannot be ID'd!!! My comment was simply to suggest to Rosie to consider the possibility next time she saw the bird fly over.

My only assumption is that the lady can tell the difference between a bird, a plane and Superman, which have been some of the other ''sensible suggestions'' on this thread
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check this thread, but it's up to Rosie what further info should be revealed I guess (especially if there's any evidence of breeding)

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Indeed. But on reading the other thread I realise that it's not in Liverpool, just near it at, I suspect, a relatively well-known location for red kites - and other wildlife ...
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Indeed. But on reading the other thread I realise that it's not in Liverpool, just near it at, I suspect, a relatively well-known location for red kites - and other wildlife ...
in which case it might be an idea to encourage eggers to go there, especially at night!

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