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    I love bird feet, i find them really interesting so ive put a selection together.. i will try to add in my parrot, hes wild i promise you
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    Lol, What a selection.
    Now the Coot's feet are really some thing

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    Me too, love the feet. I like the shot of the (Goose?) feet having a paddle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladylouise62 View Post
    Me too, love the feet. I like the shot of the (Goose?) feet having a paddle.
    ohh that picture could be guess the bird cause its not a goose!!

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    I did first think 'young Swan' , but plumped for Goose, although I have to admit that I didn't put too much thought into it.... I'm lazy like that

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladylouise62 View Post
    I did first think 'young Swan' , but plumped for Goose, although I have to admit that I didn't put too much thought into it.... I'm lazy like that
    ahh lazy is good you learn so much more watching others work!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billy View Post
    ...you learn so much more watching others work!!!
    You aren't wrong - and since I want to do my part to save the earth I always try to use as little energy as possible... well, they never did specify which type of energy

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladylouise62 View Post
    You aren't wrong - and since I want to do my part to save the earth I always try to use as little energy as possible... well, they never did specify which type of energy
    love it

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