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Arrsers self taken photo collection.

anglo

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A few from the HDD,

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You haven’t got any Chinese neighbours, have you? :)
Not anymore, although he was clearly not well. First sign was him flying about in daytime, which is a bit odd. We often see them at night swooping over the pond for a drink, or catching insects in the glow of the outside light. It seemed that after he landed in the bush he couldn't fly any more. Must have injured himself on one of the branches.
 
Still in lock down and envious of the photographs being posted ... out for a short walk out of the village today and saw these ... Granny Pop Out The Beds .... on a corner as I came back in ....

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... hopefully not much longer before I can get out properly .
 

Kirkz

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Still in lock down and envious of the photographs being posted ... out for a short walk out of the village today and saw these ... Granny Pop Out The Beds .... on a corner as I came back in ....

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... hopefully not much longer before I can get out properly .
That's a new name for it to me, always called it bindweed.
 

Grownup_Rafbrat

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Book Reviewer
That's a new name for it to me, always called it bindweed.
In the garden I just inherited it's called Bloody Bindweed. Goes with the Bastard Brambles and the spungletated stinging nettles.

I so wish glyphosate was still allowed...
 
I think it's a Ringneck, mainly the black head and stripe, I cant find any images of similar slow worm images. But, I've know clue
I think you may be right. Seems their normal home is in the US, central Mexico, and southeastern Canada.
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Edit - It's actually a grass snake ooops!
 

daz

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Buggering about in the dark again

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daz

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Did you pick up the litterbug's bottle? I always seem to end up taking other peoples litter home, really pisses me off...
Went into the bin about 100 yards up the track
 
In the garden I just inherited it's called Bloody Bindweed. Goes with the Bastard Brambles and the spungletated stinging nettles.

I so wish glyphosate was still allowed...
As far as I am aware it still is allowed, however in my battle with the aforementioned trinity spawn of the garden devil it really doesn’t kill them it just weakens them for the season before reappearing next year.

I would add Hogweed and Cow Parsley to the spawn of the devil.
 

Kirkz

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As far as I am aware it still is allowed, however in my battle with the aforementioned trinity spawn of the garden devil it really doesn’t kill them it just weakens them for the season before reappearing next year.

I would add Hogweed and Cow Parsley to the spawn of the devil.
Mares tail is a fecking nightmare to get rid of.

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Rod924

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Kit Reviewer
Back on the PBW. This time from Long Preston towards Settle, where last week's were taken. Not as scenic being honest, but I could see it as a good summer (how mad is the weather this year?) walk, just under 6 miles into settle. Pint, some chips and return. Anyhoo

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BLM white believers

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Looking down onto Settle

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Are we nearly there yet Dad?

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