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#1 09.Jun.18 21:40:45

nola
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Magpie with no tail

It's often in our garden.  It does manage to fly but looks a bit odd, quite cute really.  I'll try to get a pic


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#2 10.Jun.18 00:53:19

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Re: Magpie with no tail

It's surprising how some birds manage to survive. I often see one legged pigeons. Yet they feed and fly ok.


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#3 10.Jun.18 15:11:37

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Re: Magpie with no tail

The must end up with a really muscly leg!


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#4 18.Jun.18 18:25:04

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Re: Magpie with no tail

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#5 18.Jun.18 18:26:23

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Re: Magpie with no tail

Oh dear can you see that tiny blurred picture?


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#6 18.Jun.18 19:05:05

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Re: Magpie with no tail

nola wrote:

Oh dear can you see that tiny blurred picture?

Yes, and that bird has a feisty look about it. A "Don't mess" kind of look. I wouldn't worry if I were you. Nola .


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#7 18.Jun.18 19:58:27

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Re: Magpie with no tail

He's so cute!  I don't normally like magpies, but have become quite attached to this one


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#8 19.Jun.18 09:42:54

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At least you know he is coming back to see you Nola, wonder if they keep to their own patch?  We have a robin who visits our garden every day and we also have a Jay who sits on our fence occasionally in the evenings.  I have also noticed we are getting some sparrows not seen any of those in a while.

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#9 19.Jun.18 15:04:54

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I've wondered that Erin.  We kind of think they are 'ours' because they keep coming, but maybe they go in all the neighbours gardens too and they think they are 'theirs'


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