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Kingfishers


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12 1.7k 6 United Kingdom
15 Aug 2013 8:23PM

Quote:River Otter in Devon where you may also see a beaver if you are lucky.


and possibly an Otter. WinkWink I was going to mention that I have seen beaverWinkWink................but then reckoned that this thread would probably descend to deeper depths than it has already reachedTongueTongueTongue


oh damn I did mention themBlush

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Gaucho 18 2.8k 2 United Kingdom
15 Aug 2013 9:56PM
Now that's enough Scutter Wink
Goldfynche 6 306 England
15 Aug 2013 11:02PM
And so another thread descends to the gutter! Sad Whatever next? Naked ladies? Blush
Rev2 10 302 2 England
15 Aug 2013 11:18PM
Makes a change from Robins, lovely as they are.
keith selmes 16 7.4k 1 United Kingdom
15 Aug 2013 11:21PM
An expert on beavers says:
'Beavers are a brown amorphous mess. They're not Britney Spears.'
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2133819/Runaway-beaver-finally-caught-slurry-pit-year-search.html

Appropriately, he was commenting about a beaver that was living wild on the Tamar for a few years, and the Tamar and the Otter are the two rivers where I've seen kingfishers.
StrayCat 15 19.1k 3 Canada
15 Aug 2013 11:55PM
Ah, you're all a bunch of muskrats! Tongue
Shaggy85 6 6 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2013 8:45AM

Quote:River Otter in Devon where you may also see a beaver if you are lucky.


Thanks Gaucho, that's perfect!

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