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Jan 18th Hen Harrier Gramp's Hill...2 Whooper Swans Stadhampton...Caspian Gull Port Meadow...12th Whooper Swan 2 nr Dorchester...10th Black Redstart Harwell...9th Slavonian Grebe Farmoor Res...1st Siberian Chiffchaff Abingdon Sewage Works...



Wednesday, 24 December 2014

Clackanory and the Christmas Quiz 2014

Ho Ho Hoh No! It's that time of year again, time for Clackanory, time for more tales of birding daring do from three very well known faces on the Oxon birding scene who, have kindly given up their time to do this. First up is Otmoor stalwart Pete Barker instilling the virtues of patience whilst birding in Western Africa.  

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Christmas Quiz


Simply enter our Christmas competition for your chance to 
win a limited edition signed print of the Thrupp Scop's Owl
by Ian Lewington.


All the answers are birds that are on the Oxfordshire list. Answers and winner will be revealed in the New Year. To enter please send your answers to jasoncppk@yahoo.co.uk Good luck!

1. Demand feline consciousness
2. Historic architect
3. Entrance for a giant killer by the sound of it
4. A short fixed period of work
5. Itchy ditty
6. Communist tethered aircraft
7. I hear Sir finds himself in a storm
8. This dry humour's a head turner
9. Shoot from cover
10. Pale flower stem by the sound of it
11.Water fowl that goes like a steam train
12.Gulp down
13.Liverpool player on the side?
14.Jonathan the writer
15.Batty singer
16.Bearded stage act I hear?
17.The boy wonder
18.Chesapeake bay window
19.Newby without end
20.e.g. I map - all confused
21.Communist Party funded butcher
22.Gosh further termites by the sound of it
23.To have ones posterior pinched by the The Office management
24.Hillbilly diver
25.Vulgar rubber-necking
26.Chaffed leg?
27.Too cold to go topless?
28.Early Norman Cook
29.Food found foraging in the countryside by the sound of it?
30.One last song without words
31.Chinese civil servant
32.Second helping of chicken?
33.Royal angler
34.Labour Party election
35.Rooster in a copse
36.From the darkness came 'A growled noel'
37.Right for painting (with lots of colours)
38 The first page of a branded notebook?


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