Billingshurst

25 Jun

Today I was in Billingshurst. I spent the day seening swifts fly into their nests in St Mary’s Church.

People used to believe that swifts did not have feet. This is because you never seen a swift land on land to stand on land. The real reason you never seen swifts land on land to stand on land is because they all have loads of really awful verrucas that really hurt. Fortunately, hobbies produce Bazuka™ in their saliva. You can often seen swifts happily climbing into the mouths of hobbies for this reason.

Swift going into church to pray for less verrucas.

Swift going into church to pray for less verrucas.

Then I gone to Pulborough Brooks to seen if I could seen a barn owl. I did not seen a barn owl. Here are some things I did seen instead.

Male house sparrow.

Male house sparrow.

Juvenile great-crested woodpecker.

Juvenile great-crested woodpecker.

Female house sparrow. Note that you can't spell "female" without "fale".

Female house sparrow. Note that you can’t spell “female” without “fale”.

Dunnock.

Dunnock.

Blah.

Blah.

Not a bird. Those wings are actually ears.

Not a bird. Those wings are actually ears.

Juvenile blue tit.

Juvenile blue tit.

 

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