Tag Archives: Word of the day

The Willowwack

This strange looking bird lives in the wooded, uninhabited areas of New England:

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It is recognized by its artichoke-green beak and its spirographic eyes that glow in the dark protecting it from unwanted preditors.

Happy Weird Bird Wednesday!

I hope this silly bird gives you a smile today!

Cheers!  🙂

Sugary Sweets

Perhaps this stickybeaked bird has been dive bombing into too many sugary sweets lately?!

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Word of the day:  stickybeak (noun) Australian slang – a busybody; meddler

How many sugary treats have you consumed today? 😉  Frankly, I’m not counting…

Happy Weird Bird Wednesday!!

Hope your day is extra sweet!  Cheers!  🙂

The Kenspeckle

Knowing that a Kenspeckle bird can easily be seen or recognized…I spotted one right away from this Gelli-print – do you see it?

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Let me help you…

 

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The Kenspeckle bird is related to the Pigsney bird – no fooling!  😉

Yes, kenspeckle is a REAL word!  I found it on Dictionary.com “Word of the Day.”  You never know what you will find in the dictionary or my imagination!  LOL!

Happy Friday!  :-)))

A Dipsy-Doodle Bird

Word of the day:  Dipsy-Doodle

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Larry The Landloper

Word of the day:  Landloper – Noun – A wanderer, vagrant or adventurer

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Larry the Landloper is a land lover.  He dreams of flying but for now is content wearing his loafers while exploring the land.

May you find life as an adventure!

Happy Exploring!  😊

A Birling Bird

Word of the Day:  Birling  (noun) – A game played by Lumberjacks (or limber birds) in which each tries to balance longest on a floating log while rotating the log with the feet.

Ben won the BEST Birling Bird Prize!

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Ben had the advantage of  Pinwheel feet but the other birds were unaware!

May you find balance while rotating life’s challenges!

Happy Creating!  🙂