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dbutch



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Barr1e

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Wed 23, April 2008 5:44pm Rating: 8.00 

Great shot. I'm told it is the largest bird in the UK.



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dbutch

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Thu 24, April 2008 9:03am

I guess it it for hieght but I would of thought a Mute Swan was a biggger bird!

Thought this one looked pretty skinny actually maybe its a young one



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