Saturday, 27 November 2010

Your card's marked C.H.A.R.L.E.S!

We recieved this message from a mysterious P. O'Nuthatch representing the mysterious CIDERBOSS gang:

CIDERBOSS (Campaign to Ignore Doting Egotist's Really Boring Old Seagulls Stories) has announced details of it's secret guerilla habitat managment war to increase the Northern Ireland bird list without the addition of split gull species. All of the below species are firsts for Northern Ireland and seen in at a secret suburban location in Lisburn, Co. Antrim - we will respond with cider-fuelled violence to anybody who says otherwise (pokes in the ribs, wedgies, Chinese burns etc.). We would categorically like to state that these birds were not seen in the Gambia a couple of years ago - we'll see how that bloke from CHARLES (Continuity Herring And Ross's Larid Eulogising Society) feels the next time he tries to string a plastic bag lookalike into a tick (a cider bottle over the head will soon sort that out)


 African Jacana



 Blue-breasted Roller



Giant Kingfisher