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the local magpie comes to visit, and one of the front-garden bunnies.
(the back garden bunnies are more numerous and larger)
6th Feb 2006, 16:38   | tags:,,,

Dhamaka says:

magpies are my favourite UK birds. I love the way they look like boats in the air when they're flying

6th Feb 2006, 16:43

mat says:

It's at the very end of our garden, but that magpie is mahoosive. It's got to have at least a 3ft wingspan.

I'm a raptor man, myself. and Owls. Owls rock.

6th Feb 2006, 16:54

backwards lamb says:

oh yeah owls do indeed rock the hardest, any bird of prey is good but owls are cool

6th Feb 2006, 16:56

LalaRay says:

love wildlife!

6th Feb 2006, 16:57

Dhamaka says:

he probably eats small squirrels then :(

6th Feb 2006, 17:29

mzcrazee says:

1 for sorrow!! Magpies are bad luck

6th Feb 2006, 20:16

Dhamaka says:

as far as I'm concerned they've always been good luck for me.

besides which it doesn't go 'one for bad luck', does it...

6th Feb 2006, 22:56

anonymous says:

true.. but 1 for sorrow is still a bad thing.. HA!

7th Feb 2006, 00:47

Dhamaka says:

not necessarily. Sorrow is often the herald of new growth and good things

7th Feb 2006, 07:00

The ORIGINAL Almighty Angel says:


10th Feb 2006, 01:28