WHO Poll
Q: 2019/20 With seven games to go will West Ham stay up
a. Our demise was sealed when the idiots on the Board appointed Moyes, we're down
28%
  
b. Despite the efforts of Moyes and the players, we will stay up by the smallest of margins
45%
  
c. I'm beyond caring & couldn't give two hoots either way
26%
  



Nurse Ratched 12:27 Fri Mar 27
For WHO's birders
I thought you might like this video.

https://youtu.be/I7dYd-Ra8bk


It's a compilation of different birds singing. Beautiful photography. If you expand the 'title' under the video it gives a list of species and the times they pop up in the video. Most of the species are familiar to us in the UK, but there are some 'exotics' (the cranes - wow, what a noise!)

It was filmed in Belarus. The guy has a channel you can subscribe to.

Anyway, I hope you enjoy it and maybe it'll take your mind off you-know-what for a few blessed minutes.

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Hermit Road 2:10 Wed Jul 1
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“ Look at a goose or a chicken and you are looking into the past.”

Doesn’t that go for every living creature?

gph 1:29 Wed Jul 1
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I imagine a T. rex in the colours of a blue tit, balanced on a bottle of milk.

Of course, it's quite a large bottle.

zebthecat 1:24 Wed Jul 1
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Birds are the surviving descendents of Dinosaurs and the oldest ones (Galliformes and Anatidae - chickens, geese, pheasants, swans, ducks) are very close to their ancestors.
Look at a goose or a chicken and you are looking into the past.

gph 12:59 Wed Jul 1
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It seems that T. rex had feathers.

It also had the largest eyes of any known land animal, which probably meant it had extremely keen eyesight (the other alternative is that it had excellent night vision), and it could run as fast as a human sprinter, but for much longer.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-jD7kQvyPs

Unfortunately, I've been unable to find anything about the colours of its feathers.

arsegrapes 3:17 Thu Jun 25
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https://www.facebook.com/thedodosite/videos/wild-duck-brings-his-girlfriend-back-to-meet-the-guy-who-rescued-him/1231883600483058/

Capitol Man 2:33 Thu Jun 25
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Bernd Heinrich has written some great books on bird behavior.

I’d start with Maine Woods and go onto The Mind of the Raven.

gph 2:20 Thu Jun 25
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Reading something that tells me greenfinches and great tits are everywhere, including well within the Arctic Circle.

JAC 3:02 Wed Jun 24
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Saw a couple of Kingfishers and a red kite while fishing last week. Amazing sight.

Managed to top 2 magpies in my mates garden with air rifle, awful , vicious bastards, they kill so many young chicks/eggs.

Played magpie call on YouTube and the fuckers come flying in from all directions.

Mex Martillo 2:19 Wed Jun 24
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I not sure if anyone took it in, but I felt the disapproval of WHO’s birders when I said I scared the starlings away from roosting in my pine trees and they went to my neighbours, where they made awful noise and shat everywhere. I was at my neighbours having a beer last night and I was a bit shocked that he cut down his big mature pine trees, just to get rid of the starlings!
I feel some righteous in my approach to the problem!

Mex Martillo 9:07 Sat Jun 20
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On the other hand, if Alfie proved to have used a combination of slaps that ensured immediate death in less than 1 minute as animal welfare regulations indicate and he then proceeded to make a pigeon pie that would make it acceptable behaviour.
Correct?
I think he could still meet Sold in heaven.

gank 4:07 Sat Jun 20
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Alfie, there are two ends to this story. One makes you a liar, the other one makes you a bird flu-spreading R number.

Either way, it's best you disappear sharpish boi.

Alfie 2:43 Sat Jun 20
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A pigeon attacked me today.
I had no choice but to slap it do death.

WHU(Exeter) 1:23 Sat Jun 20
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Soldo, I reckon you are nailed on for a winner at Ascot tomorrow.

Recon Mission in the 4.10...I've got a funny feeling!

Hammer and Pickle 11:46 Fri Jun 19
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You sure you’re alright Northern mate?

Northern Sold 10:58 Fri Jun 19
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After a night and day trying to coax magpie number 2 out ...stuck a towel down the back of fire and with the help of the 2 budgies coaxed the cunt out... flew round the living room a bit landed on a ornament that toppled over... managed to grab the flying feathered fuck and free the sqwacking cunt... im 100% going to heaven

Northern Sold 5:35 Thu Jun 18
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Had a bird caught in the chimney stuck behind the gas fire told missus tough shit not going to dismantle fire... then just before the first race at ascot a fucking magpie flies out the flue... scared the fucking life out of me... spent next 5 mins getting the shocked bird out of the house.... 2 hours later now hearing more fucking noises !!!

lowermarshhammer 12:39 Sat Jun 13
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GPH

About 2 years ago whilst out in the sticks I came across a car load of youth who'd got out their car after it had struck a pheasant.

Poor pheasant needed despatching, I did the job. Asked them if they wanted it, they declined, so kept it for LMH senior.

One of them cheekily asked me for a tenner when I said it would go in the pot.

gph 11:51 Fri Jun 12
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In my last but one six-a-side before lockdown, a goose flew straight into the fence surrounding the pitch.

It was clearly seriously injured.

One bloke burst out laughing, and immediately got stick from most of the others, including people in other games.

A group of people then stood around the goose as it staggered to its feet, but still looked in a bad way. They all gave off this caring vibe, but noone actually cared enough to do anything, either wring its neck to put it out of its misery, or call a vet and offer to pay for their services.

Since I too didn't care enough to do either of these things, I abstained from the caring display.

I sloped off, since it was near the end of the game, and it was clear it wasn't going to continue.

Presume the thing died, but forgot to ask at the next, and so far, final game.

arsegrapes 9:54 Fri Jun 12
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https://www.facebook.com/thedodosite/videos/1231883600483058/?vh=e

zebthecat 11:53 Mon Jun 8
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Just seen a barn owl.
Flew over the garden skimming the fences about 8 feet in front of me :)

zebthecat 11:09 Mon Jun 8
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My Jackdaws flew the nest just now, two fledgelings this time.
They fly surprisingly well but the landings are definitely crashing with style right now.

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