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CharlieW7 4 1 United Kingdom
17 Jun 2013 11:09PM
That is a rare shot. Well done Smile

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I have waited years for this to occur,adults have been coming to my feeder but never with a juvenile, i managed to get a sequence of feeding shots also, so as you can imagine i am slightly chuffed, now my wife doesn't think i am a little mad moving things around outside our upstairs bathroom window in the hopes of a shot like this, the branch is 4 metres from the window ! awesome.
17 Jun 2013 11:24PM
What a wonderful capture,well done..Lin
mossy 3 46 1 England
18 Jun 2013 5:33AM
Your patience paid off. Grin
JuBarney Plus
5 20 3 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2013 5:12PM
Wow, lucky you, its a superb shot
18 Jun 2013 10:22PM
Fantastic shot. Well done. I am hoping that the GSW's that use my feeders will bring their youngsters soon. Cathy
silverfoxey 7 15 1 United Kingdom
29 Jun 2013 10:14AM
Even better to get two for the price of one. I bet feeding them helped to get the shot! James Smile

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