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Who is this

strange story.
this turned up in the garden on monday morning, dont know where it came from. tuesday morning it had gone



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It must have flew away!

13 May, 2009

 

Strange, is it just the picture or is his eye displaced,
It could have been a Bantam caller,

13 May, 2009

 

OMG !!! How Strange Eileen :/

13 May, 2009

 

lol well ciara for one is glad its gone, she said it was freaky looking

13 May, 2009

 

LOL i know a Pussy Cat who would luv it ? My Febe just loves Cat Toys with Feathers On Eillen :)Maybe it was a Cat who took it ?:)

13 May, 2009

 

It's not unusual to see these at this time of year Irish. They are Red Headed Irish Cockerels, a relation of our own English Pink Footed Red Kite and they are on their migration route to the polar ice caps where they turn blue ready for their mating season. You may well see flocks of these during the course of the BBQ season. Especially if you keep taking the meths.
Funky. Your comment was not lost on me. You should be ashamed.

13 May, 2009

 

I reckon Ciara has a hand it !

13 May, 2009

 

It certainly looks as though its had a night on the tiles !!!!!!

13 May, 2009

 

i thought Ciara had something to do with it too Angie, but shes Innocent lol

13 May, 2009

 

lol Toto. if i see flocks of these in the garden im gona send them all your way

13 May, 2009

 

Srange one perhaps flown to another garden.

13 May, 2009

 

wish i knew Clarice as it is indeed a strange one

13 May, 2009

 

I think you need to check your bird books, Toto. This is, I think, the lower-eyed, one legged Cockerdoodle. They are quite rare, seeing as pairs can never quite see eye to eye. Pity you didn't manage to keep it, Irish, you could have got quite a lot of money for it on Ebay :)

13 May, 2009

 

well maybe if i win the lottery tonight Gee i could buy a whole flock of them

13 May, 2009

amy
Amy
 

I guess it was looking for a nesting site Eileen , saw meg and Tay and took fright ... Lol ..

13 May, 2009

 

Sorry Gee, I think you could be right.

13 May, 2009

 

lol Amy

13 May, 2009

 

Cock-a-doodle-don't! Stragnge of it to come and go like that....

13 May, 2009

lil
Lil
 

are you sure the french rugby team weren't in town ?

18 May, 2009

 

lol never thought of that Lil

19 May, 2009

 

Escaped from a box of cornflakes???

19 May, 2009

 

Things like that happen in my garden too, except with garden gnomes. Must be a homing instinct.

20 May, 2009

 

It's the fabled cheeky eyed small white banty cockerel, that has been staying with the fairies until after Easter. You see they cast a spell on this wonderful bird and he gathers all the females from miles around to lay very small eggs.......then another spell is cast and the fairies turn them into chocolate and the children love to eat them at Easter time. This bird is reknowned to have an eye for the ladies and instead of this being a tongue in cheek fairytale this cockerel has an eye on cheek for his lady hens, although he has to have a spell on his own now and again taking a holiday visiting peoples gardens for an overnight stay.

20 May, 2009

 

LOL...well,whatever it is its found the famous plantpot !!

20 May, 2009

 

Well it's a touch of the Irish and that is where the fairies live. I went on a coach trip to Ireland and we stopped by a famous place with a wood that was supposed to be where the fairies come from.

21 May, 2009

 

wonder what next will turn up in this garden lol

21 May, 2009

 

Better be careful what you wish for Irish........they may hear you........He He He......

21 May, 2009

 

lol true Linda

21 May, 2009



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