“What ARE These Things?!?”
A snowy egret seemed particularly shocked and bewildered over the sight of two large pink birds suddenly feeding in his area of the marsh.
It’s likely this young snowy has never seen spoonbills before and doesn’t quite know what to make of them.
Once a third spoonie joined the group, snowball realized it was probably best to walk off and observe for a while just to be sure everything was OK. 🙂
Flamboyant invaders – enough to put a chap off his breakfast!
That’s exactly right Maggie! It’s more relaxing to eat when you are familiar with all your table mates. 🙂
The good humor of your titling is always fun for me….gives some personification to these guys. Some expressions are just universal…if we humans only had head plumes to fluff so readily.
Oh I know that would be so great if we could do an instant head fluff to portray an emotion!
Out there we have to talk for the animals imagining what they might be saying or thinking. I wonder how often we are correct? 🙂
Well I guess we all ‘bristle’ in the manner of our species one way or another!!
What is the best time of the day to catch the spoonies?