Spoonbill

Yo to all the young dudes     Would you Adam & Trevor Eve it, I wished for an exotic on yesterday’s Phileus Fogg, when this morning as Duncan and Yours T arrived at the scrape, Alistair, who sat oggle scoping out of a hide window, pointed out that a spoonbill was flying over the scrape.  Duncan and Y’s T feverishly swung our lenses out of the hide windows and up into the bright blue sky. At first I thought it was a Little Egret, but sure enough it was a spoonbill on its way to Pegwell Bay (or thereabouts?) Nearly as good as a golden eagle (yesterday’s wish, but I’ll have to wait until Lady Q, cherry and I go to the Isle of Arran) It was a strange morning as only a little earlier I had been scraping the loaded dice off my kipper’s windscreen and now it was a clear blue apple pie! The morning got better when 2 mutes flew towards us and swept the last minute up and over the hide. For one moment I thought the large cob was going to join us in the hide!  A little while later a small flock of shelducks flew gracefully in and then started their usual bad tempered punch-up. They’re nearly as bad as the meshuguna coots. Anyways doods, here’s four Barnaby Rudge’s of the aforementioned wuzzoes    tooty patooty   x i jah de Q

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2 responses to “Spoonbill

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  2. Estelle Davinci

    Gorgeous!…clever old Dad

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