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The day was quite mild & dry, I took a quick trip to a local farm.

I was on the land approx 10 minutes, and had seen 3 rabbits running for cover as I approached them.

I went around the farm, checking the trees for Grey Squirrels, as I got near the Holly bush on the neighbour's land, a large female was 1/2 way up the main trunk, watching me.

A gentle squeeze of my trigger, and it was Goodnight Vienna.

She fell from the tree and landed in the tiny tributary stream below.

I went to retrieve her (I have permission on the neighbour's land too) and headed back towards the farm house.

 

I was met by Jim, and he was pleased to see the dead squirrel

"That's one less!" he commented.

He explained where he'd been seeing the rabbits most recently, although the numbers had dropped dramatically, he asked me to keep coming whenever I had the time.

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