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Paul Riggs videos; videos from my days out with my wife heather
Topic Started: Jun 2 2017, 11:41 PM (2,720 Views)
Riggy
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Posted ImageMuntjac Deer (possible) by Paul Rigg, on Flickr

Hopefully this links to a video I took at a golf course nr Cleethorpes we wondered if this was a Muntjac Deer (video not the best has it was getting dark)

Paul and Heather
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Davebutterflyman
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Hi Paul and Heather and a very warm welcome to Nature UK.

Great piece of footage and you are spot on with your id, it is indeed a Muntjac Deer. They are great characters and we usually see quite a few when we are away in Norfolk.

Looking forward to more of your posts.
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Riggy
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Thankyou for your reply, welcome and confirmation of ID

Weevil on bridge over Buck Beck nr Cleethorpes
Posted Imageweevil by Paul Rigg, on Flickr
Reed Warbler from Buck Beck
Posted Imagereedwarbler by Paul Rigg, on Flickr
And Swallow from same location
Posted ImageSwallow by Paul Rigg, on Flickr

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AnnB
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Great video clips, I look forward to seeing more.

:welcomeNUK:
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Eric Hardy
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Hi, Paul and Heather, I liked your clips, of the Swallow and the little green insect that briefly went into reverse. As Dave said, you are right about the Muntjac, they come into our garden frequently. When yours turned it's head briefly I saw its stubby horns, so it was a male.
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sensiblenamejohn
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nice set of clips , Riggy ....welcome aboard :wave2:
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Pam M
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Hi Paul & Heather, welcome to NUK, wonderful clips. Hoping you enjoy the forum.
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Night Owl
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A nice set of clips, it was lovely to see the Swallow so close up :yes:
A very warm :@welcome: to Nature UK Paul & Heather
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Riggy
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Thankyou for all your nice comments and welcomes to the site.
Today me and Heather had a lovely trip to Harewood House to see the Red Kites.

Posted Imagered kite by Paul Rigg, on Flickr

Spent a while watching this Harlequin ladybird larvae

Posted ImageHarlequin ladybird larvae by Paul Rigg, on Flickr
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Davebutterflyman
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Some cracking little clips Paul and Heather, superbly done with the Red Kite and Reed Warbler.
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Night Owl
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:wow: 2 More great Videos Paul that's brilliant footage of the Red Kite and a great sighting too! :encore:
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Riggy
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Davebutterflyman
Jun 4 2017, 11:10 AM
Some cracking little clips Paul and Heather, superbly done with the Red Kite and Reed Warbler.


Night Owl
Jun 4 2017, 06:01 PM
:wow: 2 More great Videos Paul that's brilliant footage of the Red Kite and a great sighting too! :encore:


Thankyou (just discovered the quote thing)
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Grayling
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Hi Riggy and a warm :welcome1: to the Forum.

Lovely shots and am looking forward to more.

I loved that photo of the Swallow - such a quizzical expresion/pose - it made me :grin:
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Riggy
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Grayling
Jun 4 2017, 07:13 PM
Hi Riggy and a warm :welcome1: to the Forum.

Lovely shots and am looking forward to more.

I loved that photo of the Swallow - such a quizzical expresion/pose - it made me :grin:
Thankyou

Short video of a House Martin collecting mud
Posted Imagehouse martin by Paul Rigg, on Flickr]
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Davebutterflyman
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Lovely footage of the House Martin.
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Dovetail-Marg
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:wave: Paul, a very warm :welcomeNUK:

I've just had a catch up, brilliant little videos. :cool:

My favourite was the one of the swallow too.

Looking forward to see more, keep them coming. :encore: :)
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Riggy
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Skylark in the rain
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:wave2: hi Paul , a warm welcome to you and Heather . My fave is also the swallow , what a smashing photo :clap4:
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Davebutterflyman
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Nice footage of the Skylark.
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Davebutterflyman
Jun 7 2017, 11:42 AM
Nice footage of the Skylark.


JennyWren
Jun 7 2017, 09:05 AM
:wave2: hi Paul , a warm welcome to you and Heather . My fave is also the swallow , what a smashing photo :clap4:


Thankyou
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