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PostSubject: Re: Favourite British bird?   Favourite British bird? - Page 2 Empty09/02/14, 09:02 am

He's quite pretty - nice green scarf.
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Rum Rapture wrote:
How about a vote for the capercaillie, a bird so good we had to do a project about it in primary 5.

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Ah yes, the capercaillie. I watched a David Attenborough show that covered them. Apparently they're accomplished mimics.
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I think they look pretty manly. Big chunky red eyebrows and a bushy black beard.
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Nigella Lawson

Actually seriously, the humble blue tit
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I can see one from my window now! #cute
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In fact most of British avian wildlife is awesome.
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Jimbob wrote:
Nigella Lawson

Actually seriously, the humble blue tit
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I can see one from my window now! #cute
(Loses man points)

In fact most of British avian wildlife is awesome.

It's always good when you can see a tioh for goodness sake.
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Suspect Just lucky that it wasn't a great tit. Most unfortunately named bird in Britain.
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Balladeer wrote:
Suspect Just lucky that it wasn't a great tit.  Most unfortunately named bird in Britain.

You say that like there aren't any cocks in this country.
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Blue tits are so cute and fuzzy. Love 

We used to have them nesting in the garden every year until the orchard behind our house made way for a massive, ugly building.
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Blue tits are so cute and fuzzy. Love 

We used to have them nesting in the garden every year until the orchard behind our house made way for a massive, ugly building.

I was just thinking the same thing...awwwwww.

I used to want soft toy birds when I was growing up, I always found birds adorable. I never did manage to track down this soft toy Robin that I so badly wanted. /memories
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fronkhead wrote:
Stu_the_great wrote:
Blue tits are so cute and fuzzy. Love 

We used to have them nesting in the garden every year until the orchard behind our house made way for a massive, ugly building.

I was just thinking the same thing...awwwwww.

I used to want soft toy birds when I was growing up, I always found birds adorable. I never did manage to track down this soft toy Robin that I so badly wanted. /memories

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Laughing 

I've always been fascinated by the antics of birds. I suppose it helps that they've been part of the family for almost sixteen years, too. I couldn't imagine domestic life without a pet bird.
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I have lots of soft toy birds. And other soft toys. This one was a particular favourite for a while:

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Beanie Babies! I have loads of those stashed in a box somewhere. Including this one:

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I think we both just lost all our Man Points, Stu. Laughing 
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Beer, football, DIY.
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Legend. As well as hilariously being named 'Gobbles' (which has an 'alternative' meaning up here in TCK/Jay/Jaster/Rum Land), he was the old mascot of Nintendo World Magazine's tips pages. No idea why.
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Legend. As well as hilariously being named 'Gobbles' (which has an 'alternative' meaning up here in TCK/Jay/Jaster/Rum Land), he was the old mascot of Nintendo World Magazine's tips pages. No idea why.

I had Gobbles! I... had Gobbles...
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I think we both just lost all our Man Points, Stu. Laughing 

I... I had man points to begin with?  Laughing 
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my favourite soft toy bird:
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Why does she suspiciously have her back to you?

I'm scared.
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