The left-overs. 10 birds that didn't make it onto the blog
3 years ago - By 10,000 Birds
The week between Christmas and New Year is always a good time to reflect on the year that just was. Amongst the highlights that featured in published posts, we find the drafts that never quite got finished, or didn't have enough photographic support to appear on the world wide web.
So as you finish up the cold turkey and the last of the trimmings, here are the sweepings from 2017 that didn't make it.
Red Wattled Lapwing
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