My ornithology and collective noun skills are clearly out of whack.
This little chap follows us around waiting for food when we take the dog for a walk in the woods.
Clear for take off…
Vegetarians step away from the blog! Just help land 9 boxes of these little critters from a trawler that arrived at MacDuff Harbour about an hour ago. Until I started this job (harbour night-watchman), I had no idea it was possible to catch prawns this size in the waters off the coast of Scotland.
They get just everywhere!
We saw a new type of chicken today whilst we were walking the dog on the beach. We know it is a chicken but we’re wondering what kind of chicken it is…
Where else would bats hang out?
Chickens who don’t realise they’re standing on high voltage cables.
They really are like little wind-up toys!
A seal watching me walk the dog today off Boyndie Beach, Banff, Scotland.
The first chicken of 2020…
2019’s last chicken!!!
Queue might just be the newest collective noun…
Twice a day the sea rolls in and covers these rocks which, it turns out, are high-rise blocks for marine wildlife. Also, something of a smorgasbord for the local sea birds when the tide rolls out…
One of the many sea chickens we see around here….
These somewhat dim chickens are clearly lining up for a group portrait but why did they choose a rock so far away?
The chickens here in Scotland seem to be well-adapted to living in the shallows where they dig up worms and other tasty morsels. Some of the Scottish chickens even fly!
A seal waves its tail in the air whilst sitting on a rock close to Banff, Scotland.
Just one of the critters who scamper up and down on the grass next to where out boat is tied up.
The red and yellow beaked mini-chicken and its mother in the background seen near our boat today.
A dangerously ferocious, highly unpredictable and hungry llama seen stalking the streets of Amsterdam yesterday. All visitors beware!
The frogs here in Holland are all fired up with the need to make love…(lucky frogs!).
A chicken hiding out on (in?) one of the lock gates nearby.
Another in the Chicken series….(please look elsewhere on this blog for examples of other chickens)…