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Apparently, Bernie has leveled up from cozy and eco-friendly mittens, to a cozy and eco-friendly wofati!

(Thanks to Dave Burton for the great Allerton Abbey picture I had fun photoshopping!)
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Warm, cozy, and eco-friendly all the way!
Warm, cozy, and eco-friendly all the way!
 
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Greg Martin wrote:


True that a group of crows is called "a murder". But those are jackdaws. Much less sinister as they group in "a train".
 
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Erik van Lennep wrote:

Greg Martin wrote:


True that a group of crows is called "a murder". But those are jackdaws. Much less sinister as they group in "a train".



https://blog.happybeaks.co.uk/wild-birds/how-to-tell-corvids-apart/
 
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Thank you Erik.  I am new to Jackdaws and very much appreciate learning about them....trains....that is excellent!
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