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Old Saturday 11th December 2004, 20:10   #1
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Birding versus Bird watching.

Just a little humorous look at this topic, Birding, or is it Bird Watching. To clear this up I have put together a little slide show. For those in Billingham, you may have seen one or two of these things as a couple of the shote were taken in the NE. Also Dereila is my photo name hence the urls etc. It is my name and my wifes together DERrick shEILA = DEREILA so just give THE BIRDERS a click
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Old Saturday 11th December 2004, 20:50   #2
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A marvelous slide show Derrick and it is so very good to see you here.
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Old Saturday 11th December 2004, 21:04   #3
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[quote=Kildale]Just a little humorous look at this topic, Birding, or is it Bird Watching. To clear this up I have put together a little slide show.
Cute!!
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Old Saturday 11th December 2004, 21:29   #4
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fantastic work! - loved it!, keep em coming.
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Old Sunday 12th December 2004, 06:00   #5
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Great series of shots
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Old Sunday 12th December 2004, 12:39   #6
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Nice! I enjoyed it.
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Old Sunday 12th December 2004, 17:35   #7
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Very enjoyable.

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Old Sunday 12th December 2004, 18:01   #8
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Thank you all.

I thank you all for the posts and that you browsed through the Birders show.
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Old Sunday 12th December 2004, 18:09   #9
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Very clever, indeed! Loved the 'naturalists' tour!
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Old Sunday 12th December 2004, 18:24   #10
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Both shows were fabulous..... hope you're not out of ideas about these yet. I could get used to seeing them regularly!
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Old Sunday 12th December 2004, 18:25   #11
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Thank you Beverly

I'm glad you enjoyed the slide shows. Have a few more but a couple are gardening.
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Old Sunday 12th December 2004, 18:35   #12
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Very entertaining!

I'd love to have one of those type of mail-boxes.
Are they used throughout Canada/USA or is it just rural areas?
(i think all our mail would be 'borrowed' by some little 'so & so' if we had one though....

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Old Sunday 12th December 2004, 18:41   #13
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Mailboxes

For a show on Mailboxes try this one MAILTOWN These are taken from Nova Scotia and down to California and Arizona and places in between.
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Old Sunday 12th December 2004, 19:00   #14
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Those boxes must be very widespread then.
The White's Loon Box is best
closely followed by the Bomb box, the Plough & the Salmon.
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In the words of the late great Fred Dibnah "Did ya like that"

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Old Monday 13th December 2004, 19:34   #17
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Glad you all enjoyed my bit of Birding fun.
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Enjoyed it immensely LOL

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Old Monday 13th December 2004, 20:49   #19
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Hi Gill. Did you go on to the Naturalist on Tour at the end of The Birders? Glad you enjoyed that one anyway.
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Derrick,many thanks,highly entertaining.
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Old Monday 13th December 2004, 20:57   #21
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Grreat show. Very funny. Keep it up with Birding II.
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