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  1. MJN

    Rodent ID please

    On my garden fence. Mouse (which sort) or perish the thought Baby Rat? Thanks.
  2. MJN

    Wild flower ID

    Any ID on this? Almost like a grass, found on a river Severn walk in Monmouthshire TIA
  3. MJN

    Stoat or Weasel

    TIA. Mike.
  4. MJN

    Flycatcher Cyprus.

    Another guy was convinced that this is semi collared flycatcher. Any thoughts please.
  5. MJN

    Mack

    I'm not sure where to put this but as the purchase is Canon… I've just bought a lens and have been offered an optional Mack Guarantee. Does anyone have any experience with claiming on one of these, are they easy to deal with if you need them? Regards. Mike
  6. MJN

    Algarve Pelagics mid August

    Does anyone have any leads/contact details of a Pelagic trip from (anywhere) in the Algarve? The few that I can find seem to be three or four hour trips, which aren't really what I was after and the vendors either don't reply or aren't running them during mid August. Thanks, Mike.
  7. MJN

    Bulgarian Woodpecker

    I'd be grateful if anyone could confirm this as a Syrian Woodpecker. Taken in Bulgaria last week. Regards, Mike. http://www.pbase.com/mikenimages/image/155840045
  8. MJN

    Found

    An item of photographic equipment was left behind in a North Wales bird hide. I took it because I believed it was safer with me than to leave it behind. If it's yours or you know who owns it, please contact me. Otherwise I will drop it off at Llandudno Police station when I'm home later this week.
  9. MJN

    Elements question

    Can anyone tell me if Elements 11 is a significant improvement on Elements 7? I'm mainly interested in the NR and sharpening functions. Regards, Mike.
  10. MJN

    ID please South Goa 2010

    Just found this whilst trawling through the archives, it may boost my meagre hotel grounds list. TIA, Mike.
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