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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. ...

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

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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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Some more from Cornwall.  Paradise Park in Hayle has a large collection of exotic birds - it's not that great for photography though as most of them are behind wire.

Hornbill - this is a strange creature that I thought looked more like someone dressed up in a pantomime costume than a real bird!

We think this was an Australian Magpie.


Rainbow Lorikeet


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Nice set Gareth, the 2nd bird is not an Australian Magpie - they are Black and White, pretty sure Kobione has posted photos of them, but they also have them at Chester Zoo

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Great set, I love the owl picture and the first one I think I have a bit in a socket set I use at work that would fit the hole above the beak, I always wondered what it fitted.

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A really good set of images - I like the owl best, but the lorikeet comes a close second.

The processing works a treat.


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Thanks, all.

18 hours ago, Ryewolf said:

the 2nd bird is not an Australian Magpie - they are Black and White

I think you're right, Geoff.  How about a "Spreo Starling"?


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3 minutes ago, Hatter said:

How about a "Spreo Starling"?

Yes, that looks like it and the ones I took  at Chester Zoo.

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Lovely set Gareth. As mentioned not our Magpie, ousr are only black & white, and we have a few cheeky ones atm, so I'll try to catch them as they are different to your magpies.

I'd never heard of a Spreo Starling either, what lovely colours and yes, we do have lorikeets here, but rarely on our property.

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The eagle looks like one of our Wedgetail Eagles. Magnificent. The rainbow lorikeet is Australian also. They had adapted quite well to life in cities here.

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Thanks, Dee & Cheryl.

17 hours ago, Kobione said:

we do have lorikeets here


2 hours ago, CMunzel said:

The rainbow lorikeet is Australian also

They had an area that you could go into, where the Lorikeets were flying.  You could buy cups of 'nectar' to feed them with.




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