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And so it began:)

Posted Friday 18th September 2009 at 19:18 by karpman
Hello ane welcome to my blog:)

First of let me tell you a bit of how i come around to doing this, I have never had a drive to blog before never really had anything worth blogging about.
Untill now, a few of my friends have been birding for a long time and my boss has been a birder for many years listed 22 in the country by all accounts, But and this is big but. It has never really interested me, Being a fisherman i get to see birds and get to travel and hang about in the great...
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little owl(s)

Posted Friday 18th September 2009 at 08:30 by yukonite
west pastures gas station 17.09.09 1400
little owl sunning its self on a hawethorne tree
easily spotted in the bright afternoon sunshine.
heard another one close bye but didn't see it.
plenty pheasants about but the masses of goldfinch have moved on. id seen to many for birdtrak its hard to get 200+ in a pic.
no sign of buzzards but im going back friday,saturday maybe sunday.want a decent pic of them.
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Leave Nature To Nature

Posted Thursday 17th September 2009 at 00:59 by Francis Duggan
Have you ever seen the offspring of a cross between a sheep and goat
Of the parents in the young one you can see a bit of both
With the physical appearance of a goat and sheep strange as that may appear
Born of an act of Nature and in Nature of stranger things one does hear.

And anything in Nature is never a strange thing
A cross between a starling and a myna has a pleasant song to sing
But when humans tamper with Nature 'tis there the wrong comes...
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Jack Gleeson's Kelpie

Posted Thursday 17th September 2009 at 00:56 by Francis Duggan
Though little information on him in which to read
Jack Gleeson a young stockman founded the kelpie working breed
Of dog in Casterton in Victoria in eighteen seventy one
They rival the border collies as farm dogs next to none.

And who was this Jack Gleeson little of him I seem to know
He worked as a stockman in Casterton more than a century ago
He swapped a horse for a female pup off of the nephew of George Robertson of Warrock
Which gave rise...
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Those Cruel To Animals

Posted Thursday 17th September 2009 at 00:51 by Francis Duggan
Those cruel to animals can be cruel to people they find their pleasure on inflicting pain
For cruelty to the cruel is a power thing gratification from seeing their victims suffer they gain
Cruel people they have lost their human compassion the window to their soul shaded to light
They even are bordering on the psychotic in distinguishing on what is wrong from right,
Those cruel to animals surely are powerless people when they behave in such a cruel way
If you are...
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