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It's Time to Feed the Birds

It's that bird feeder time of year again folks, so here are a few pics I took last year - can you identify them all?










Of course you can buy a great range of bird feeders and bird food at Greenfingers.com - and I know our feathered friends will be grateful if you do.

This visitor doesn't come to the bird feeder, but I thought I'd throw him(?) in as a bonus!

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