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Comment number 3. At 20:32 28th Oct 2011, essexboom wrote: while you're talking eels are there any burbot left in Britain's freshwaters?
Comment number 1. At 20:25 28th Oct 2011, Slater wrote: Dear Autumnwatch
Comment number 6. At 20:37 28th Oct 2011, jemma fowler wrote: I watch the deer rutting in richmond park every year, and i have allways notice that it sounds like the fallow deer are sneezing when they are gathered all together. are they sneezing, if so why?
Is this sighting likely to be correct?
Autumnwatch 28 October
Comment number 5. At 20:36 28th Oct 2011, Dani Akrigg wrote: Can anybody tell me what these jelly blobs are that I'm finding on the fells?
My wife and I recently visited Norfolk and The Stiffkey Saltmarsh reserve, what a special place that is!! and what a place to be in October
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Comment number 4. At 20:33 28th Oct 2011, Alex Berryman wrote: Hi Team,
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Great, great programme
There's a picture on flickr here of one I came across on the moor nearby., Dani
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Comment number 2. At 20:29 28th Oct 2011, PikerArran wrote: Can you tell me why my garden Women Canada Goose Mystique Parka Black Outlet Ireland sparrows were trying yo get into my neighbours swallow nest. It was very amusing+interesting to watch, it went on for 15mins
Comment number 7. At 20:37 28th Oct 2011, Matthew Clayman wrote: Hi, I have always wanted to know that if Electric eels are as they say Electric, why don't they electrocute them self in the water!!! Because as most people know, water and electric don't mix!
However on this first visit we saw at a distance what I think was Marsh Harrier, it was yellow legged and it looked larger than the Common Buzzard we see regularly.