Is? Was. Too messy to tell, I'm afraid. But I'm sure it'd be delicious.I can you ping me at firstname.lastname@example.org?
Sorry, no, I can not say what kind of bird it was, a blackbirg (Amsel) maybe.
An unfortunate bird.
It's a dead one. Ask me another.
Young starling from me. We are in disagreement in our house over this: I scoffed at husband's sparrow suggestion.
Golden Eagle?What are the white disc thingys?Sx
no idea here, sugar, but i do like pat's answer! xoxoxxo
*not going to say 'a dead one' because already said* :-DI can't tell - poor thing .... pretty mangledly
I think it would be easier to identify if it was right way up.
Can't you check the bar code?
Mago ~ I like that word: 'Amsel'.Meri ~ very unfortunate, poor thing.Pat ~ what are the white discy things underneath it?Titus ~ I've been googling like mad and think it may be a female house sparrow. It's kind of toffee-tweed on top and grey chested.Scarlet ~ they are part of a ceramic wind chime that fell off the plum tree. I keep meaning to clean them, reaffix string and put them back.Savannah ~ she's a bit clever, that Pat, XXXXXKat ~ it is rather mangled.Weaver ~ good point!Nick ~ now there's an idea.Red ~ indeed.
Lookin' GOOD to me!!I'll be back to read more later~xoxC
I'm back Eryl. Earlier I read the part about your new photo format.............But had to run & do something for my mom. Now I realize the photo was of a bird, but I don't know what type it tis.Still laughing about the last "gardening tips"!!C
Constance ~ new test post coming up, this time with a group of photos. It doesn't seem to be working in preview, the text comes out weird, but sometimes what looks odd in preview looks fine once it's published. Here goes!
What are you going to do with the bird now?
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