Saturday, July 5, 2008

Friday beaver night

We interupt the usual friday beaver post with the following photo post. To the honor of fellow blogger Pygalgia who posts boobie photos on friday (silly hobby we have here). The regular Friday beaver will return next week. We thank you for your understanding in this matter.

7 comments:

MRMacrum said...

I developed a fascination for Tits as a youngster the first time I saw and identified my first Tufted Tit. As I have not seen any Tufted Tits up here in Maine since settling here 29 years ago, I assume that unlike the Great Tits, they do not cope well with winter.

GJG said...

bnsuwyoh noooo you said the Txxs word (giggle, giggle). I don't cope well with the cold either---so moved west---we got some great ones out here---especially around Hollywood. oooh your talking about birds---never mind.

pygalgia said...

Thanks. It is a great article.

Wayne said...

Do the beaks of Great Tits grow a little in the cold? Or is that just a rumor?

Snave said...

I also think tits are great.

A couple of years ago in SE Arizona, my wife and I saw the Bridled Titmouse, which has to be one of the cutest birds I've ever seen. Same goes with the bushtits, which we used to have when we lived in Washington's Puget Sound area.

NorthCountryLiberal said...

Never saw a tit I didn't like.

RWiley said...

I though they came in pairs.