Autumnwatch & Springwatch

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  • Comment number 26. Posted by ray newton

    on 1 Nov 2013 21:20

    olliedog

    A. Tuffted duck
    B.cormorant
    C.coot

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  • Comment number 25. Posted by paganqueen

    on 1 Nov 2013 10:55

    Sorry this comment may be in the wrong place but I wanted to share something I have just seen. We have a chicken run where water collects on the roof and we regularly have mass bathing sessions, mostly sparrows and starlings. We get many other birds drinking from it too. I have seen the collared doves that nest in our garden drinking from it regularly but never seen them bath either on the roof or anywhere else.Well today the reason became clear. I saw what looked like an oddly "shaped" collared dove sitting high up in the rain. On closer inspection I realised he was having a shower. Holding his wings out and twisting his body to catch the falling water, then turning and doing the same on the other side. I and my son stood fascinated watching for some time.

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  • Comment number 24. Posted by Connor

    on 31 Oct 2013 21:25

    At the Shelliker Household we think the answers are
    A Razorbill
    B. Cormorant
    C. Little Egret

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  • Comment number 23. Posted by Mia Boyd

    on 31 Oct 2013 21:22

    A goosander or goldeneye or malard or eider duck important really confused by that one
    B comorant
    c little egret

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  • Comment number 22. Posted by Jane Alesbrook

    on 31 Oct 2013 21:21

    A. pintailed duck
    B. Cormorant
    C. Little egret

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  • Comment number 21. Posted by Vicki Galt

    on 31 Oct 2013 21:19

    1. this is really hard... looks like the top of a set of antlers!!
    2.gullimot
    3.Little egret

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  • Comment number 20. Posted by TomOSB

    on 31 Oct 2013 21:18

    A black headed gull
    B cormorant
    C grey heron

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  • Comment number 19. Posted by Simon Alpe

    on 31 Oct 2013 21:16

    common gull

    kingfisher

    moorhen

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  • Comment number 18. Posted by gandalf the white

    on 31 Oct 2013 21:15

    A. Razorbill
    B. Cormorant
    C .Little Egret

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  • Comment number 17. Posted by Ash

    on 31 Oct 2013 21:15

    A. Guillemot
    B. cormorant
    C. Little egret

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