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Swindon Addick

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Wales
The last couple of times through the alphabet the only letter after T that we've managed is W, so I'd suggest W can be played next, and after that please do play an , Y or Z if you can, otherwise we'll be looking for an A.
 

delia todd

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Goodness thought that had gone too!!

Lesser Black-backed Gull

BF Lesser black-backed gull ABC thread.jpg

Find the list of already played birds on the first page.
 

delia todd

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I've now updated the list on the first page with the last round entries.

Also I discovered I'd not done the previous round, so that's now in too.
 

Julian Thomas

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Flamingo (take your pick which one - there are Chilean and Andean in this pic I took at Los Pozuelos in NW Argentina, possibly James's too - saw all 3 there that morning)
 

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Julian Thomas

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Can I leave it open, Delia - if someone else has a photo of either Chilean or Andean (or indeed James's), then let them use it and this pic can be assigned to cover the other then, perhaps? ;) (We're all running out of pics for most letters by now, so if I jump one way or the other I might be unwittingly doing someone else out of an option.)
 

Swindon Addick

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Great Northern Diver, aka Common Loon. An old photo of one that got lost and wound up at Farmoor reservoir, so was very slightly closer than my usual views of this species.
IMG_1551a Great Northern Diver 19 Dec 2015 Farmoor.jpg
 

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