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Goldfinch. They usually arrive in pairs but had seven in the garden once. I'm hoping to see some of these during my Big Garden #Birdwatch. How about you?

Kingfisher - What a great start to 2015 to see a Kingfisher at Holywells Park Ipswich

Being an observer of life provides the detached perspective needed for inspired actions. Long Eared Owl

The song of the Wood Thrush is heaven to my ears.... when I was a child we called them rain birds because they sing loudest before a thunderstorm.

BRITISH AIRCRAFT FIRST WORLD WAR 1914-1918 (Q 68153) Sopwith Triplane. Single seat fighting scout. Serial number: N5438.

English Robin. They liked to come around whenever we were gardening, hoping we'd turn up some bugs or worms for them.

"Great Blue Heron" - Esquimalt Lagoon, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada | Anne McKinnell 2012

Wren 17.3.12 Walking in Harden woods (near Bingley) with parents, it was hopping in the trees and then flew out and right into us, it had a right shock. very sweet!