Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Heated Discussions

Sometimes, in order to get your way, a little yelling is in order. Like, say you want to eat a bug for example. You need to yell at it first.This ACADIAN FLYCATCHER does a fine job of that... using nothing more than a constant two-part scream.Maybe show some tongue too while you're at it? This BLUE-GRAY GNATCATCHER can also pack a nice sized yelp for such a small beast.So never judge a book by it's cover. It's especially no fun to have your neighbor yell at you. Sure, a little ribbing is okay, but sometimes all that pestering can be like harassment.I'm sure the RED-WINGED BLACKBIRD was only looking out for his wife and kids. Even still, it ain't easy being a RED-TAILED HAWK.Oh, but when the husband starts to yell at the wife about how she keeps the house up... well, that can only mean one thing: this TREE SWALLOW is sleeping outside tonight!Even still, it's nice to just let out a nice yell every so often, like this WILSON'S WARBLER.And if someone hears you, you can always hide.But when you look this good, why hide?And if you don't feel like yelling and screaming, bang on something!Have a great week!

Dan

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