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Obviously I am still not allowed to go out that much, so currently limited to taking pics in the garden. We get a surprising variety of wildlife considering we live on a very large housing estate.
















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we have very few red squirrels, and only in very select parts of the country (mainly due to the introduction of the grey squirrel which is not native). We are also lucky to have Red Kites, they are also limited to specific areas of the UK, they were very common but were hunted to extinction some time ago, here has been a concerted effort to reintroduce them in certain areas, ours luckily is one of them, they are beautifully majestic fliers and quite large, up to 2m wingspan
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That's nice . I think we have the same birds an animals in my area, but I have never seen red kite and we don't have that type of squirrel (but red squirrels). We have seven hens in the garden now and it's lot of fun with them. Yesterday we also got four small chickens for two of the hens. Looks as if the chickens and mothers are very happy. smile
 
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