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    Posted: 05 Aug 2011 at 5:09pm
Out of my grazzer free tours of anywhere wet and bosh, guess who turns up again. He must be used to me now he didn't even fly away, you should see the close up I've got of his beady eye!!
 
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They're such a beautiful white bird. I can remember how exciting it was to see one and now they're common in our area.
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ah yeah suz. same goes for buzzards. i remember when sighting one of those was newsworthy!
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Oh sorry to bore you guys!
 
But they're still not all that common around my way and as for Buzzards, well you might be lucky enough to see a pair every two yaers or so.
 
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Same with the old Red Kites, five years ago we had no breeding pairs in Shrops; last year i believe we had twelve nesting pairs.
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