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Still Waters Scenery 4 years 3 months ago #889

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There was also a small flock of reed buntings picking up food spilled from the feeder.


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Still Waters Scenery 4 years 3 months ago #890

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Hi Andy. Nice to see you got a few nice pictures this afternoon, you picked a good day for it. Time to get the Rods out now though, getting a bit warmer...!!
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Still Waters Scenery 4 years 3 months ago #891

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Hi Ian, I got my rods out for the first time this year and did a couple hours on Olvers this afternoon. Result a 31lb mirror. And it's definitely warming up. Spring is here and it's great to be back on the banks.
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Still Waters Scenery 4 years 3 months ago #892

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Andy that's a nice result, saw you having a look around on the Field bank before I went to collect my van. May see you later in the week then now you've got the Spring feeling...!!
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Still Waters Scenery 3 years 11 months ago #913

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Strictly speaking this photo is not from a Pride water but one I took on the Trent near Attenborough Nature Reserve a few weeks ago. However I thought I'd post it as I've been watching a kingfisher fly over kiddy's corner on Olvers this afternoon. It circled around several times, sometimes landing on the far bank. I'm not sure if it has nested nearby. Anyway it is a thing of beauty and well worth keeping an eye out for.


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Still Waters Scenery 3 years 11 months ago #914

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Hi Andy. Yes there is Kingfishers along Olvers back-bank every year, they must have a nest there somewhere. That's a lovely photo Andy, ain't they a stunning bird. Last Monday we sat watching several Tree Creepers feeding in the trees on Pride Lake sign-swim "Just Brilliant". Ian
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