Bird Deams

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Subject: Bird Deams
From: michael wood <>
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 2011 15:52:17 +1030
Hello Roger
You are not alone. I too have bird dreams, sometimes quite regularly. It seems 
to depend a lot on how often I am going birding at the time -that is real 
birding, in real time. I even started to put a list of dream birds together. 
The list was becoming so long I was losing track of what was seen and what was 
not. Mine weren't morphing like yours, however. And I don't believe I ever had 
one calling. Maybe tonight I can conjure up another..., a new bird for the 
list, and even have it calling.
Are we geeks.....?, probably. 

Roger McNeill wrote:Now that the birdsong is getting started at 3:30 AM here in 
SEQ I find myself 
having more and more frequent bird dreams...’geek’, yes I know.  Just last 
week, I had a flock of Pacific Baza sitting on my porch railing asking to be 
fed.  When I was getting ready for work...some hours later... I heard a Olive 
Oriole doing a Baza imitation...ah ha.  This morning, Wonga Pigeons were 
morphing into Brown Cuckoo-Doves, then into Brush Cuckoos into Channel-bills, 
quite psychedelic actually...then I found myself yelling at the cat and telling 
him to let the Owlet-nightjar alone as “muppet” had as much right to be on the 
lamp shade as he did at the end of the bed.  I am now debating whether or not 
to tick King Parrot for the year yard list.  King parrots are far from rare, 
but I almost never seen them in the yard and have not had one this year.  I am 
“certain” I heard one this morning...or did I?  Does anyone else dream in bird?
Full disclosure: This note intended is to start a non spam / cat 
(really...again)? thread



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