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RE: Wildlife


Those caterpillar/butterfly photos are fantastic, I do know the answer to that one I will just swallow my pride and let someone else have a go, or cas they say in Norfolk, Gew!aww

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A couple of visitors to my bird feeder a Greater Spotted Woodpecker and his pal a Blue Tit sharing breakfast, and a once only visitor a Siskin. Another  unusal visitor to my patio a Brambling, as for the Bar Headed Goose I think he must have escaped from somewhere taken in a field at Loompit lake.

Best of Mates.jpgSiskin.jpgBrambling.jpgBarr Headed Goose.jpg



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Todays offerings;

No.1 Female Emperor Dragonfly just emerged from its larve.
No.2 Common Darter female
No.4 Common Darter male
No.5 The common blue Damsel Fly eating a fly it has just caught.

Female Emperor.jpgComon Darter Female.jpgComon Darter Male.jpgBlue Damselfly and Fly.jpg



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Four more as it's the weekend, all photographed close to Ipswich.

No.1 Brown Argus.
No.2 Clouded Yellow.
No.3 Comma
No.4 Essex Skipper, no it's not a moth it's a Butterfly.

Brown Argus.jpgClouded Yellow.jpgComma 2.jpgEssex Skipper.jpg



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Squirrel with food .jpg



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