|To:||Birding Aus <>|
|Subject:||Those strange humans?|
|From:||Penn Gwynne <>|
|Date:||Thu, 22 Aug 2002 01:54:37 -0700 (PDT)|
At today lunchtime, whilst JAG was checking out his eyelids from the inside, I sat watching a documentary on the ABC "Life of birds" by that wonderful Chichester chap David (Pen-Gwynne tugs front macaroni forelock and bows) Attenborough.
Todays show seemed to focus on birds learning new defensive skills?
Is there a location on the web that displays all of Mr. Attenborough fine video collection with a possibility of some text search facility that also states which video has a focus on the bird learning subject?
I've been through www.google.com
and also the great Ozbeeb shop www.abcshop.com.au
But with no luck trying to find more on my pet subject matter.
Cheers to all for any possible help.
Oh yes isn't it strange when the human species eat at lunchtime two fresh jam doughnuts with copious amounts of fresh cups of tea, in a relatively fast fashion, they seem to automatically go into the feet up on the settee mode with the feet slightly above the head height? is this what causes the sharp sounds that emanate from those fast moving lips that Eggy likes to grab?
Have a good fish day, much love from Penn
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