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    Well done Stan, like the inquisitive look on it's face, you have to move fast to catch one

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    Lovely shot Stan.

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    Well taken Stan

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    thanks Paul Bill and Tom

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    Nice one Stan. Is this recent, someone told me they no longer got any Stoats or weasels
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    Super shot

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    thanks guys

    Is this recent, someone told me they no longer got any Stoats or weasels
    it was this past Sunday, there are two stoats and two weasels, what is missing are the water voles - the enclosure has been drained as apparently it was leaking

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    Lovely shot Stan, I am hoping to get a picture of one in the wild, hopefully by the end of the year(time will tell)

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    thanks Russell

    I have never seen a wild one but a few weeks ago when shooting the kingfishers a weasel popped up right in front of me but by the time i realised what it was, he was long gone

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