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Flora & Fauna Especially for the botanists and twitchers.

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Oh it will be fine Rosie, it will be stopped by the clean washing on the line no doubt!!
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It looks like at least one of the baby storks is getting ready to fly the nest, i have noticed it is preening it's feathers and flapping it's wings a lot .
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It looks like at least one of the baby storks is getting ready to fly the nest, i have noticed it is preening it's feathers and flapping it's wings a lot .
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It looks like at least one of the baby storks is getting ready to fly the nest, i have noticed it is preening it's feathers and flapping it's wings a lot .
I hope one of them leaves soon - it's getting very cramped in there now I popped in for a peek last night and it looks as if 'dad' now has to sleep standing up

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It looks like at least one of the baby storks is getting ready to fly the nest, i have noticed it is preening it's feathers and flapping it's wings a lot .
I hope one of them leaves soon - it's getting very cramped in there now I popped in for a peek last night and it looks as if 'dad' now has to sleep standing up
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It looks like at least one of the baby storks is getting ready to fly the nest, i have noticed it is preening it's feathers and flapping it's wings a lot .
Sparky - just a bit worried about one of the young storks - it is just sitting there looking quite sorry for itself and the mother is jumping up and down and flapping her winds and 'tapping' the young one but it is not responding much - looks very sorry for itself and doesnt look well really Hopefully it is just having a lie in
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Sparky - just a bit worried about one of the young storks - it is just sitting there looking quite sorry for itself and the mother is jumping up and down and flapping her winds and 'tapping' the young one but it is not responding much - looks very sorry for itself and doesnt look well really Hopefully it is just having a lie in
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They all seem ok now Rosie although i have noticed that one of them always seems to less active than the others .
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They all seem ok now Rosie although i have noticed that one of them always seems to less active than the others .
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They all seem ok now Rosie although i have noticed that one of them always seems to less active than the others .
Yes - just checked now and all standing
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They all seem ok now Rosie although i have noticed that one of them always seems to less active than the others .
Yes - just checked now and all standing
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I think its bad weather that's causing them to lay low. I have only seen three of them today though, has one flown the nest already, or is it an adult who has been out all day?
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I think its bad weather that's causing them to lay low. I have only seen three of them today though, has one flown the nest already, or is it an adult who has been out all day?
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Cor blimey, they must be so bored!!!!!
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Cor blimey, they must be so bored!!!!!
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