The Examiner examiner.net 13 Jan, 2021 17:30 am

Annie Dear birds

Annie Dear birds
I went to various bird identification websites, and no matter how specific I got with the description, the results weren’t within a bull’s roar of what I was looking for.

Bright orange legs, with (I think) webbed feet, basically black and white, with a very noticeable white crown and forehead.No, no, I don’t mean those afflicted by facial tics.One year, during a particularly nasty drought, I clocked over 30 different types of birds coming to visit hoping for some food and water, both of which I provided.Occasionally I will spot a bright yellow tiny winged creature, but again, my research has availed me of no advanced knowledge as to what it could have been as it flitted across my vision.

Neither am I referring to twerkers, whose bottoms have been known to somewhat rhythmically move in an alarmingly suggestive manner to modern music.I went to various bird identification websites, and no matter how specific I got with the description, the results weren’t within a bull’s roar of what I was looking for.

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