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Looks like the issues  have been resolved now folks... sorry for the inconvenience..

 Clicker and Ryewolf  ... ADMIN TEAM

Just to let Members know the gremlins in the Dark Mode are back again today and the text is white on white in some areas rendering it  invisible but this issue is being addressed as we speak ... Meanwhile there is a CHANGE MODE button top left under the TIPF logo that can change theme from dark mode to white mode to enable you to still  read it . then back to dark mode if you prefer. Will get back to you all asap. ...

Clicker and Admin team  

 

 

It appears that the issues with the Dark Mode have been resolved  now ..... thanks for your patience everyone  .

Clicker and the Admin Team

Sorry folks ...looks like some gremlins on the site  again ... we are working to resolve them as soon as possible and will post another post it to let you know when it has been fixed ..... apologies all round ... 

Clicker and the Admin team  2/5/20  at 15.45 hrs

 

 

Regarding the earlier Gremlins last week ....I waited  a bit to notify you all...in case it came back but it appears to have  been sorted ...If anyone  still has issues that they have  found are not working please let us know ...

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It's A Moorhen Jim, but not as we know it...

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A couple from Sunday at the weir in Whalley. Overall it looks like it should be a Moorhen, but everything about it's colouring (feathers, beak and eyes) are completely wrong.

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Similar to one I posted a few weeks ago, Olymike  thought it should have been darker, but as I pointed out this one was the colour as per photo....

 

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Thanks Denis, yes they're very common around here too, I don't recall seeing them so pale though.

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Juvenile Moorhens go through a lot of changes. As a youngster It had me stumped. I eventually found reference to it in a 1970's AA countryside book. Take a look here: https://www.animalphotos.me/bird5/rail-moor2.htm

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Thanks for that Chris, I must have missed this stage of their development.

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