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Post #41 - 22 May 2019, 06:54

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George versus Fox. :)
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Post #42 - 22 May 2019, 19:30

Greasy Roads » Wed May 22, 2019 7:54 am wrote:
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George versus Fox. :)


Fuck me, David Attenborough's job's safe. :rolleyes:
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Post #43 - 22 May 2019, 20:18

Potty » Wed May 22, 2019 8:30 pm wrote:
Greasy Roads » Wed May 22, 2019 7:54 am wrote:
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George versus Fox. :)


Fuck me, David Attenborough's job's safe. :rolleyes:

Fuck you, tree-hugger. :radged:
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Post #44 - 02 Jun 2019, 20:45

Some shiny buttercups today.

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Also: fuck me, but there's a lot of cattle shit about! Two grassy fields with, I dunno, 12 to 20 blobs per sq foot.
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Post #45 - 03 Jun 2019, 07:24

There's a lot of cuckoo spit where I live. 12 to 20 blobs per square foot :mellow:
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Post #46 - 19 Jul 2019, 19:24

Aberdeen red squirrel sighting is city's closest in decades. :clap:

Sadly it was crossing the A96. :(

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Post #47 - 25 Aug 2019, 19:44

There's a bat circling round and round my garden. :)
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Post #48 - 25 Aug 2019, 19:53

[1] Rabies in humans is rare but bats are the vector in more than 50% of the cases. The Centers for Disease control advise if you wake up with a bat in the room, you should undergo the series of anti-rabies shots. I understand that in the UK, you are rabies free. With climate change, this may not last.

[2] The coyotes in the neighborhood have sucessfully reared their 3 pups so we have enough to share. Want one? Anyone?
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Post #49 - 25 Aug 2019, 20:01

Father Hasil Cocteau, SJ; » Sun Aug 25, 2019 8:53 pm wrote:[1] Rabies in humans is rare but bats are the vector in more than 50% of the cases. The Centers for Disease control advise if you wake up with a bat in the room, you should undergo the series of anti-rabies shots. I understand that in the UK, you are rabies free. With climate change, this may not last.

[2] The coyotes in the neighborhood have sucessfully reared their 3 pups so we have enough to share. Want one? Anyone?

George wouldn't like one. :(
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Post #50 - 25 Aug 2019, 20:17

Greasy Roads » Sun Aug 25, 2019 8:44 pm wrote:There's a bat circling round and round my garden. :)

Better than a twat circling round and round your garden. :grin:

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Post #51 - 16 Sep 2019, 19:35

What are these please? :shrug:

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Post #52 - 16 Sep 2019, 19:36

Dandelions, you thick cunt. :rolleyes:
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Post #53 - 25 Sep 2019, 05:32

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Saw this today on a grassy plot, I think it's a bolete or a morel, a friend used to collect and cook them, she was an amateur mycologist. Can't remember which it is but it's striking.
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Post #54 - 26 Sep 2019, 18:58

I think it may well be a Dimpled Clitocybe which is considered uncommon to rare. The mycelia feed on rabbit droppings and the Dimpled C. indicates their regular presence. Nice photo....if you submit it to a Mycological journal please use my title and affiliation with BOQ - it all helps. :)
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Post #55 - 04 Oct 2019, 19:52

Went for a walk today, badger hunting, we knew they lived round here.

Sadly our Lucian let Gripper the pit-bull off his lead, so the badger ended up in a bad way. :(

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So we went to the Dog & Badger instead and got pissed. :drink:
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