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Tom Moore
Birder , Flutterbys and Wildlife nut , Kilkenny Hurling , Irish Rugby and Man U fan.
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Tom Moore 15h
" Scotland The Brave " 🏉
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Tom Moore 15h
Replying to @GillWru
Ta Gill , great match
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Tom Moore 18h
Replying to @taffithedragan
Cheers Gina , hopefully 🏉😁
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Tom Moore 18h
Go on Ireland.....🏉🏉🏉🏉
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Tom Moore 19h
Fuck sake Johnny...🏉
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Tom Moore 20h
Come on Ireland... 🏉🏉
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Tom Moore 22h
Replying to @GillWru
As always Gill , talk to ya on the other side , if the heart holds out 😁
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Nick P. Williams Feb 23
Remarkable short video footage of two Common Buzzard (Buteo buteo) attacking and successfully stealing food from a very plucky Barn Owl (Tyto alba).
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Tom Moore Feb 23
Cheers Les , have a great weekend folks 👍
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Tom Moore Feb 23
See ya on the other side Gina 🏉🏉 I'll apologise now 😁
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Tom Moore Feb 23
Replying to @lauramoore_kk
Shelby...Tommy Shelby 😎
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Tom Moore Feb 23
Cheers E 👍
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Tom Moore Feb 23
Skylarks , Hook head , Co Wexford....
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Tom Moore Feb 23
Otter , Hook Head Co Wexford.....
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Rory Gallagher Feb 22
Rory playing his acoustic D35. "All the boys hang around her, she says she don't love no one else. All the boys hang around, she says she don't love no one else. Well, I got 20/20 vision, I can see that for myself." '20:20 Vision' from Rory's 1973 'Tattoo' album
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Tom Moore Feb 21
Yep 😁
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Rory Gallagher Feb 21
Rory playing some slide on his white 1966 Telecaster, with Wilgar Campbell on drums and Gerry McAvoy on bass, at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London, May 1971. Photo by Robert Ellis.
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Tom Moore Feb 21
Yeah it's part of a new agricultural enviornment scheme (GLAS) where fields are planted with Wildbird cover seeds including Linseed , Mustard Cornflower , poppies etc , attracts birds year-round
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Tom Moore Feb 21
Hi Bry , hope yer well. Getting big no's each winter for the past few years , they feed in the local Wild Bird cover fields by day and roost in the garden each night , havent seen a sick bird among them...
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