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Clean air

Postby Paul R » 16 Apr 2020, 16:30

Is it my imagination, the air seems to be a lot cleaner with the lack of vehicles on the road.also where I live is now very quiet, the amount of birds I have in the garden which I didn't realise were there.
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Re: Clean air

Postby jonhil14 » 16 Apr 2020, 16:38

no you're not wrong- the reduction in traffic is having a beneficial effect all round -porpoises being reported further up the Mersey than ever before- uni reckon lack of motor/engine noises in the river means that their sonar is more effective and they will hunt further
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Re: Clean air

Postby shacky » 16 Apr 2020, 17:33

Nature is slowly returning. After we have vacated the man made places/noise/pollution for a while. I now have two squirrels patrolling for food around our house. It would be good to get out there and take in all the natural elements, before the human race is let loose again.
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Re: Clean air

Postby Paul R » 16 Apr 2020, 18:07

There's 2 or 3 of these chaps fighting over territory.this one standing on guard.
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Re: Clean air

Postby jonhil14 » 16 Apr 2020, 18:54

shacky wrote:Nature is slowly returning. After we have vacated the man made places/noise/pollution for a while. I now have two squirrels patrolling for food around our house. It would be good to get out there and take in all the natural elements, before the human race is let loose again.

if they're the grey squirrels from the video the other day -they need shootin to protect our reds
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Re: Clean air

Postby ray » 16 Apr 2020, 18:59

mmmm, satay squirrel....
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Re: Clean air

Postby rugbydanny99 » 16 Apr 2020, 20:02

you catch it me and ray will cook it

gerrys has a smashing line of .22s
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Re: Clean air

Postby JoeRoberts » 17 Apr 2020, 21:51

I've'e noticed the night sky looks to be a lot clearer, the stars are twinkling a lot brighter :cheer:
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Re: Clean air

Postby ray » 18 Apr 2020, 07:18

i'm loving sitting outside of an evening now, even more so than usual, its nice and quite, just the sound of the birds and the smell off the coals.


stay safe gents.

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Re: Clean air

Postby ray » 18 Apr 2020, 07:33

dunno why its upside down? can't seem to correct it?


can a mod please right it. :thumb:
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