Wednesday, June 20, 2007
Birds of Toronto
ifreud, those sillouettes in front of the sun are actually our favourite feathered gulls.
It's been a motto of mine for years.
PS Tony Clifton is in the house (and on the Interweb). I made a couple of alterations to punctuation, namely the British style of single quotation marks throughout for the sake of continuity, but didn't touch anything else. I think we can lay Kate to rest, unless you'd care to begin part deux. On that note, would you care to begin another collaborative piece? I'm rounding the corner of busy and about to enter the oodles-of-free-time straight.
And thanks Trevor too :-) But I must say, the birds of Toronto are actually much more diverse than my little display can show. The Leslie Spit i.e. Tommy Thompson Park is a nationally significant birding spot, the perfect resting spot before or after their migration across Lake Ontario in the spring and fall. There are hundreds of species in that park alone.
Tomcat: we're living with a tomcat now who brings us the occasional pidgeon.
Bibi: yeah, something about a swan.
Kaufman: fine motto. I'll take a look at that TTCE site in a moment.
PP: tis no crow, but a tiny black singer with a pretty voice.