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Hi Will interesting theory just a line to let all.known I am still about keith
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You had as worried Keith Wink
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Hi Keith - good to hear from youBig smile!  I wish those wall lizards were Frenchy stowaways!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote AGILIS Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 Mar 2015 at 6:53pm
hi folks yes got a bit lathargic over the cold months an should have made the effort to look on some of the nicer days but been to miserable as I have been helping out some poor abadoned cat and kittens since last year and one of my favourites went missing for a week and I found her dead under a bush and will have to start bucking my ideas up
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hi Keith. nice to hear from you.

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Sorry to hear you have been feeling down Keith, come on cheer up spring is here, sort of. Smile
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Thanks Gemma, since you posted that its rained non-stop. Confused
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hmmmm yep, been pouring down here and the wind has been howling. It was nice on Friday though. Big smile
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Plenty of Podarcis out in the sunshine this week. Including this yellow chinned male from Southbourne direction.



(First Lb seen this week also.)

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Two photos of the same juvenile Pm found at Durlston Country Park today. Looks like they are still hanging on.
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