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Thanks for posting your magpie videos! They are so neat, sadly, we don't have any of those where I live in Canada. They sound like really old computer modems. LOL! You should teach them tricks, since they're so smart :)
Please don't stop! Magpie's are my favourite bird & your photos & clips are wonderful to look at! I also have a little Magpie family that visit me regularly...they are an absolute treasure & wonderful entertainment!
Have you heard Neko Case's "Magpie to the Morning"? I think of you and your little flock of magpies now whenever I hear it!
This is the best part of blogs: I can wake up in Seattle in the pitch-dark cold winter, and see & hear a lovely chatty magpie in the sun half the world away. Warms me right up & lightens my heart - thank you!
Oh, what a treat this is! I had never heard a magpie before. What an incredible song . . . reminds me of those children's toys that they blow into and it has a few piano keys on the side to change the note as they blow. But it sounds better than that. That's what I meant to say.I played it for my budgerigars and they seemed to answer with a new warbly kind of talk that they don't usually make. So interesting.Never hesitate to bring us something beautiful.
Your quiche is obviously the bee's knees ! Or maybe he's just thinking ....Crumbs ! You'd think she'd be able to say it too by now !
What a fun little video - and a breath of spring for us freezing in the north! And how lovely to hear your pretty voice!
That was quite captivating! At this time of year we have so little birdsong, and our magpies certainly don't sound as musical as yours. I really hope you won't make this the last video.
The photos on your blog are amazing! Very different from rainy London. Makes me long for hot summer days by the seaside!
What a cool guy! Love him...so please keep it up when the spirit moves.
You two have really hit it off by the sound of it! Gorgeous!
That was captivating! As said before we don't hear alot of bird's songs in the winter in Canada. Almost as captivating was hearing your voice!! Such a sweet gentle voice!
Suse! That is a circus act: Can you sing again? and off he goes waddle giggle gargle paddle poodle He is lovely. I'd be over feeding him for his charms!
Love this!! Thanks for posting it. Sometimes the simplest things are the best.
Oh don't stop! Please! Your magpie videos bring a smile to my lips and joy to my heart. I just love them!Thank you so much, suze, for sharing again!
Oh suse - it is just lovely... I wondered as I watched it whether the magpie is thinking to itself "How often do I have to repeat myself for her to get it..."
Suse--I'm pretty sure that Magpie is courting you. He's in love.PS-Am loving these videos of your feathered friends...don't stop!
Sulking at the blogery world. The video would not play for me... says it is 'unavailable now, try later'. Grrrr
Quite the Bird Whisperer, aren't you?I'm enjoying the vids immensely.
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