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ClarkWGriswold

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Welll.... if it's not the two snakes eyeing each other up on the back of a crocodile, I'm guessing it's a Yellowhammer?
Missed your reply. Sorry D. And you’re spot on. A couple of stunning males at RSPB Dinas today.
 

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Julie50

Mostly in the Midlands :)
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Great - Brummies have always loved a holiday in Wales :) Been a long time since I have seen a yellow hammer mind you!
 

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