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you see Red Kites Where are you?

 

 

d kites from our front door and every now and then we get one flying directly over the house. A sparrowhawk once and a tawny owl just the other night.

 

---------- Post added 04-12-2012 at 12:23 ----------

 

Crookes near Bolehills

 

Great decline in small birds

Only magpies wood pigeon occasional blue tit and sparrow

No greenfinches

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I work for a living, so really dont have time to count birds.

 

Thanks for using some of your precious down time to tell us that.

 

I look in the garden while I have my breakfast - it's a very efficient method.

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Thanks for using some of your precious down time to tell us that.

I look in the garden while I have my breakfast - it's a very efficient method.

 

I thought it. You wrote it.

 

Yup. Breakfast time, when I'm cooking or washing up, various times over the weekend. You have to feel sorry for someone who hasn't got a moment to look out of a window, it's a wonder they're not dead from the stress. Or maybe they're just going for pointless post of the day.

 

Besides, if we didn't work, we wouldn't be able to afford the bird food.....

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you see Red Kites Where are you?

 

 

d kites from our front door and every now and then we get one flying directly over the house. A sparrowhawk once and a tawny owl just the other night.

 

---------- Post added 04-12-2012 at 12:23 ----------

 

Crookes near Bolehills

 

Great decline in small birds

Only magpies wood pigeon occasional blue tit and sparrow

No greenfinches

 

I'm in Leeds, near Harehills/Chapeltown

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---------- Post added 04-12-2012 at 12:23 ----------

 

Crookes near Bolehills

 

Great decline in small birds

Only magpies wood pigeon occasional blue tit and sparrow

No greenfinches

 

I'm in Leeds, near Harehills/Chapeltown

 

So why are you on a sheffield forum?

 

---------- Post added 04-12-2012 at 16:46 ----------

 

I thought it. You wrote it.

 

Yup. Breakfast time, when I'm cooking or washing up, various times over the weekend. You have to feel sorry for someone who hasn't got a moment to look out of a window, it's a wonder they're not dead from the stress. Or maybe they're just going for pointless post of the day.

 

Besides, if we didn't work, we wouldn't be able to afford the bird food.....

 

I will have time later to look at birds through my mansion window and out onto my many acres of land,in whichever country i choose to be.;)I may even choose to shoot a few.

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First fieldfare of this winter in the garden this morning. As if I needed any more proof of how cold it is out there!

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So why are you on a sheffield forum?

 

Because I lived in Sheffield for twenty years, have a house, friends and family there and often visit. Good enough for you?

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Because I lived in Sheffield for twenty years, have a house, friends and family there and often visit. Good enough for you?

 

Its just a shame you can't bother people on Leeds forum instead.

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Beautiful northern pintail on hillsboro park pond at the moment been there for about 6 weeks now

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Its just a shame you can't bother people on Leeds forum instead.

 

it's a shame you don't go and bother people on the leeds forum instead of posting tripe on here:hihi:

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