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Granny
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Wonderful! :peacheydance: Thank you so much. More please. :-) Granny
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Granny wrote:
Wonderful! :peacheydance: Thank you so much. More please. :-) Granny
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Incredible :good:
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We have a pavillion in our garden - some small modifications lead to great results :shock:

My wife is wonderful:

Here we provide: The Great Spotted Woodpecker

enjoy on fullscreen, it's full hd

whish we would have whireless lan there, a cam would bring much fun, we think :yahoo:
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Marvelous :yahoo: Thank you so much for sharing! Granny
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:-) Thank you so much. That was SUPER. :good: Was this filmed in your yard? When you have time I would enjoy seeing more. :clapping: Granny
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Your videos are absolutely stunning!! :clapping: :good: :yahoo:

Al.
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Oh the birds are so beautiful
...yesterday it was sooo colourful

there is no single minute, withaout a bird there
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Granny wrote:
Was this filmed in your yard?
Yes Granny, we don't have to move more than 5 meters. The big trees are behind our yard.

During the day we can see up to 20 species of birds and some mousspecies are feeding the rests that fall down.
Here is the view to our gardenpavillion. There we hide to see the birdaction without frightening the birds. So we can see rare and careful birds too - for example the hawfinch. On the right site there is the dead apricottree, with the birdfeedings.
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Here a zoom into the image to see the digicam looking through the hole
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