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Thursday, 17 May 2012

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8 comments:

misty said...

maybe you should have then your redstart phots would be as crisp and sharp as slaps ;-)

tiger said...

looks like you lassooed him in Steve, need to clone out the rope !

tiger said...

looks like you lassooed him in Steve, need to clone out the rope !

Slaphead said...

Nice one cliff,let the cat out of the bag why don't you. All and sundry will be buying lassoo wire now ps don' t mention superglue though.

Slaphead said...

Nice one cliff,let the cat out of the bag why don't you. All and sundry will be buying lassoo wire now ps don' t mention superglue though.

Jeff said...

Don't jest Nige or we'll have the "Bird Police " from the Garw accusing us all of lime-sticking next in order to get good shots.

Randal M Snowdrop said...

Jeff, once they've set up their hide they hold a seance using a ouija board and a local gypsy south-sayer, all in order to raise the spirit of Percy Edwards from beyond the grave. Once contact is made ....'is there anybody there....(warble, warble)....Percy, is that you....(warble, warble)....Percy, can you do a redstart for us'....they essentially abuse the dark arts by getting Percy to warble his sweet whistles to bring in any target species they are after. I'm not sure how the BTO stand on using whistling lures from beyond the grave but it is certainly effective.

misty said...
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