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|Tuesday 31st July 2018, 18:51||#1|
Join Date: Dec 2004
Location: North Norfolk
July 2019 at Gramborough
From the 1st June, until the last day of July, there was a drought of birds as complete as that of rain.
Then, a welcome txt from SJMG saw me haring down and snapping the first autumn migrant ! Thank you.
At times, it was so close that I couldn't get all the bird in the frame. Neither of these shots was cropped.
A Conifer ID Information Collective (ACIDIC)
Avian Considerations Examined, then Rare Bird Information Communicated (ACERBIC)
Information Recall Oblast- Nature In Charge (IRONIC)
Specific Area Research Done; Observations Not Initially Confirmed (SARDONIC)
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