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    O/T help wild life

    Seagulls are starving , looking up and down for chips.

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    Talking of birds, it's a sign that mating season is here. Never seen so many bloody crows around our area, not usually the case in Brinsworth.

    Starlings are back and numbers growing each day and Magpies going barmy at the crows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brin View Post
    Talking of birds, it's a sign that mating season is here. Never seen so many bloody crows around our area, not usually the case in Brinsworth.

    Starlings are back and numbers growing each day and Magpies going barmy at the crows.
    I thought there were just Three Magpies in Brinsworth?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAMiller View Post
    I thought there were just Three Magpies in Brinsworth?
    There was a rumour doing the rounds not long back of closing it. Wonder how badly this closure will affect it now?

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    Two Blackbirds building nests in our back garden.
    Blue-Tits haven't come back as of yet this year.

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    One feking gigantic deer, cleared the road in two bounds near bramley dump it site.
    Been up here over 40 years. First I've seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crashbang View Post
    One feking gigantic deer, cleared the road in two bounds near bramley dump it site.
    Been up here over 40 years. First I've seen.
    Missed a chance to stock the freezer there Crash! Have them in my garden regularly helping themselves to my shrubs.

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    If id have been 5 seconds earlier it would have been in the back.

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    Do you think wildlife thinks people are dying out?

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    Seaguls do.
    Had no chips for weeks

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