What do you call a group of Cowbirds checking out an audiobook?
Bird Library now offers curbside pickup. We’ll hold your nuts for you until you arrive.
The birds are donning their red, white, and blue today. Also, tomorrow, and the next day…
“You be Peggy, and I’ll be Eliza. Ready? Go. ‘Look around, look around. How lucky we are to be alive right now.”
“Wait, I’m Peggy?”
“What did the corn say when he got complimented?
“Hey, human! That mask makes you look super handsome and considerate!”
“Pools closed, no summer camp, no bbqs, no summer concerts or festivals,
but at least you can’t cancel summer reading!”
“Time to go poop on something. And don’t worry,
if I can’t find a statue, there are plenty of deserving heads out there.”
Like my haircut? I did it myself!
“Oh, look at me. I’m a delicious little seed with a crunchy shield around me. Oh, look at that, I have infiltrated your shield. You are weak! Aw, poor baby, are you crying?”
Look what the migration dragged in. It’s a Rose-Breasted Grosbeak!
We noticed a female goldfinch eating dandelion fluff in the yard the other day.
Looks like we’re not the only ones that noticed her! This guy has been hanging out ever since.
“Her name was Lola, she was a showgirl
With yellow feathers in her hair and a dress cut down to there.”
“Why do you think they are covering their faces?
Are they hiding something? Are they growing beaks?
What if they start eating the seed they give to us?”
“I couldn’t find my hands, so I just washed everything for 20 seconds.”
Stay at Home menu
breakfast: oatmeal cookie
lunch: ice cream sandwich
dinner: 3 cheese casserole – cheesecake, cheese puffs, mac & cheese
“Ok class, smile for the camera. Say, toilet paper.”
…but I’m not even social.
“Santa, being a Mourning Dove is so depressing. I wish I could be a Turtledove for Christmas, at least I’d have a song, and not that Prince one about crying.”
“Santa, do you roast chestnuts on an open fire? Can you bring me some? It’s getting cold and Jack Frost is nipping at my nose. Ok, well, have yourself a merry little Christmas!”