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    Nice one Stan. That perch is working well.
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    Very nice shot

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    Nice one Stan
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    thanks guys

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    Excellent Stan.

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    Default Re: Kingfisher with lunch

    thanks Bill

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    I agree with Colin, that perch is working very well. So much so that I'm tempted to pop down again sometime soon.
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    Default Re: Kingfisher with lunch

    that perch is working very well. So much so that I'm tempted to pop down again sometime soon
    the perch is just about still there along with a couple of others which are being used as the river has been very high and the metal post under a foot of water. However action has declined over the past couple of weeks compared to previous and it is only the male that is being seen now

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