|Subject:||A corvid in its' clutches|
|From:||Penn Gwynne <>|
|Date:||Mon, 16 Jun 2003 21:19:34 -0700 (PDT)|
Syd Curtis <> wrote:
Anthea, you wrote: that Celia and Russell Browne wrote:
The Powerful Owl regularly observed along the River Yarra near Heidelberg, Vic. has twice in the last month been seen clutching a dead
raven. Celia in Melbourne
This cold weather - I suppose it was ravenous.
Sorry about that,
And so you should be. It's nothing to crow about.
How dare the pair of you BLACKen the name of this fine list with such bad mirth as that, tisk tisk tisk.
JAG continues talking to his 20 semi rare children.
What a prolific Mum Hilary is eh :^D>>>
Going for thee JAGular
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