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Crossbills

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Gwen
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Crossbills

Post by Gwen » 17 Mar 2016, 20:38

Had a brief visit from a male & female crossbill this afternoon. They stayed less than a minute in the pine tree before heading to Dr Johns plantation. No time for a photo.
And not enough of a view to debate what species of crossbill, but very brightly coloured.

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