I Need a disabled perching sticker

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  1. Fangman

    Fangman No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Only one leg in use
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    I thought it was showing off the other day on the feeder when I posted below and made fun of it.
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    I did not realise the Blue tit had a problem - but seems to be coping well.
     
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    Are you sure it just doesn't realllly have to go to the bathroom?

    (That last pic is priceless, when it lets go. Of its grip)
     
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    The birds round her can manage that all too well!

    This little fellow has a problem - watched it for a while and it had difficulty gripping the smooth perch on the seed feeder so is going mainly to those with a mesh to hang on to. As is often the case it seems bolder - having to risk getting to the food before being pushed out by its fitter friends possibly.
     
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    We have a parrot with no feet. He gets around very well. Critters adapt better than we do it seems. BTW, thanks for sharing more great images Doctor. Great, clear and sharp as always.
     

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