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im abit rusty on my bird watching :-) whats this bird lol

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8m, 4d agoPosted 8 months, 4 days ago
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8m, 4d agoPosted 8 months, 4 days ago
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https://i.gyazo.com/60436478be7152c60a80ce5028234238.png
#2
Looks like a heron.
#3
smpotter
Looks like a heron.
could be ) seen in bury st edmunds, thought herons were more coastal birds, but bury not far from coast anyway, i thought it maybe some type of crane but too small for them.



Edited By: andybriggs03 on Nov 15, 2016 12:43: added info
#4
I agree.. def looks like a grey heron to me!
#5
There I was a little apprehensive about opening this one at work... :)
banned#6
it's a parrot on stilts
#7
andybriggs03
smpotter
Looks like a heron.
could be ) seen in bury st edmunds, thought herons were more coastal birds, but bury not far from coast anyway, i thought it maybe some type of crane but too small for them.
I'm about as inland as you can get and there are always herons around the rivers near me :|
#8
Not what I expect
#9
It's an heron, they live inland. They steel fish out of people's ponds ;).

Edited By: shauneco on Nov 15, 2016 15:05
#10
You will see Herons in Regent's park nesting
#11
shauneco
It's an heron, they live inland. They steel fish out of people's ponds ;).
Saw one fly near my fish pond, covered my pond with a thick net.
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summerof76
shauneco
It's an heron, they live inland. They steel fish out of people's ponds ;).
Saw one fly near my fish pond, covered my pond with a thick net.

I haven't got a pond ;).
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summerof76
shauneco
It's an heron, they live inland. They steel fish out of people's ponds ;).
Saw one fly near my fish pond, covered my pond with a thick net.
Is that a euphemism

Can I come fish in your "pond" with my tackle? :p

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