Testwood Lakes and Pulborough Brooks

6 Oct

Today I been to Testwood Lakes and Pulborough Brooks. I ain’t telling you which of these I seen where out of spite. Soz.

Willow warbler. The name "Willow warbler" is derived from the old English for "Pillow wobbler" from his habit of stealing tooth fairy money from under the heads of sleeping children in order to pay for Panini football stickers, to which, sadly, they are all dependant.

Willow warbler. The name “Willow warbler” is derived from the old English for “Pillow wobbler” from his habit of stealing tooth fairy money from under the heads of sleeping children in order to pay for Panini football stickers, to which, sadly, they are all dependant.

A "many" of birds.

A “many” of bird.

Green woodpecker amputee. This woodpecker had to have his entire lower torso removed after a tragic yaffling accident.

Green woodpecker amputee. This woodpecker had to have his entire lower torso removed after a tragic yaffling accident.

Great tit contrarily upside-downing to show off to the lady-tits.

Great tit contrarily upside-downing to show off to the lady-tits.

Fungusiwin.

Fungusiwin.

This hole is exactly the sort of hole something might live in. (Unless it doesn't.)

This hole is exactly the sort of hole something might live in. (Unless it doesn’t.)

Dreadful little chaffinch.

Dreadful little chaffinch.

A "smudge" of "bird".

A “smudge” of “bird”.

Robin. All "Yeah, I'm a robin." I wouldn't be so proud if I were him; robins invented Rihana.

Robin. All “Yeah, I’m a robin.” I wouldn’t be so proud if I were him; robins invented Rihana.

A red kite. Like all red kites, this red kite in anti-socially far away.

A red kite. Like all red kites, this red kite in anti-socially far away.

Definitely chaffinches or something like that.

Definitely chaffinches or something like that.

Bird with wings that are clearly too small for its body.

Bird with wings that are clearly too small for its body.

Advertisements

2 Responses to “Testwood Lakes and Pulborough Brooks”

  1. Gideon Knight October 7, 2013 at 8:06 am #

    Great post, they’re Linnets -The Chaffinchy things- 🙂

    • baldmonkeyseenabird October 7, 2013 at 10:54 am #

      No such thing. And I have my fingers in my ears so I won’t hear if you type a reply.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: