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    Posted: 04 Dec 2015 at 7:11am
this must be the quietest ever on this forum I have known since joining is it the weather or current world news on isis or the season of xmas or lack of sightings of jeremy corbyne?   keith

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I know what you mean Keith!!!
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Well I could go out looking for newts and bore you all with them!
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Feel free Suzy, feel free!

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hi everyone. i'm still here.

almost unbelievable really but i first joined this forum 2006 and have learned virtually everything i know about herps since. 

my first post :) http://www.herpetofauna.co.uk/forum/herp-spotting_topic1763.html

i love this forum xxx

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Well Tim Tom in the interests of posting something to keep us going here's a frog from under a cover near my largest pond. The other week there were two under here. Photographed today, early afternoon. A mild blustery day. Nothing under any of my other covers. I looked last night and saw two small newtlets but they didn't photograph very well, and not seen tonight.
Not sure if it is eating that slug or not. Notice it is covered in leeches.

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cheers suz. it does look like its eating the slug. its so mild at the moment. was just checking the forecast for monday evening when i play football and its giving out 10 deg overnight. crazy! that's camping weather! 

getting a new lens and flash foe xmas so will be posting a few more pics myself hopefully.

love seeing your optics suz. especially the slowworms, and seeing how late in the year they remain active.

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on the subject of things being a bit quiet on the forum. i really think of members as friends but have never met any in person. i wonder if it's worth re-kindling the idea of a meet up in the spring?

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@Keith - I'm trying to hibernate but it's too bloody mild at the moment!
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