Again Greetings from Germany

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Ziegenhirte
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Ziegenhirte
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Joined: January 23rd, 2012, 7:30 am


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Ziegenhirte
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Joined: January 23rd, 2012, 7:30 am


@ gallahmom,
i just saw that here is a place to post the lokal birds. I'm sorry to post them here, so if you want to you can move them to the right place :blush: :blush: :blush:
tiellover
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No problem George! I'll leave these all here. But since our "Your Local Birds" thread is a bit underused, it would be wonderful to post further pictures there to fill it out! Your pictures are gorgeous! I recognize a lot of the birds as also present in the U.S., along with a number of European specialties.

Thanks for posting!!

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Griddy
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Thanks, Ziegenhirte, for taking these fantastic photos. I saw some of this birds (robin for example), but far away, not so close. Also your pictures of flying kakarikis ... they are fantastic.
wordybirdy
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Yes, Amazing photos and welcome to BYGC! I have a niece who lives in Berlin and my ancestors are from Germany as well...surname "Todt", very German! I look forward to meeting you here...I am in Overland Park, Kansas which is just across the state line from Kansas City, Missouri. I also hope to see more of your wildlife photos. They are very good. :yes:

Bye :wave:
MarieandChirpy
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My grandfather's parents came from Germany. My surname is Sieloff.
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