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Last Bird of 2021 (1 Viewer)


Bah humbug
As per usual (and a few hours of daylight left (in the UK at least)). I expect mine may be Herring Gull or Jackdaws going to roost, we'll see.

Mike Crawley

Emeritus President at Burnage Rugby Club
Currently, it’s dark and I have a Robin singing at full volume in the garden.
Still time for a little Blackbird sub song or Tawny Owl call though


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Pinkfoot Geese, calling overhead, probably navigating via waypoints illuminated by streetlights!

delia todd

If I said the wrong thing it was a Senior Moment
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A nuthatch on the edge of town feeders I visit. Such a rarity round here too so that was great to see.


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United States

On drive home saw what we believed to be a Kestrel, but did not get positive ID (was soaring and we were driving!).
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