The Mystery of the dying crows……..

It would appear the mystery may have been solved

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Oh the things you think about on a Thursday lol

The Golfer has gone off on a 10 hour drive across The Western Highway to Adelaide todayMel Ad

and I wondered if he would see many Galahs eating the spilled grain on the road outside Kaniva.

A lot of them end up splattered on the roadside 🙂

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I found this funny little poem about such a Galah
It starts:

I was a little pink Galah
Just sitting on the highway tar.
Just sitting, eating on the road
Wheat that spilt from someone’s load.
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19 thoughts on “The Mystery of the dying crows……..

    • Glad you liked it Marie. I’m not sure where these things originate but as I’m a sharing person and usually get a laugh when ‘funnies’ arrive in our inbox I like to share them around as well 🙂

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    • Possibly northern hemisphere crows make that sound Andrew. Oh I remember that night in 1975? When Graham thought our Victorian ones sounded more like ‘faark’ ( not sure if thats how you’d spell it) and wasn’t backward in coming forward to tell us all during that now infamous commercial 🙂

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  1. Hee hee! Too bad about the pretty pink ones – guess they don’t have a look-out that can say truck either!

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    • We spent a few years in Adelaide during the 1990s and now you mention it River, I don’t remember seeing many either at that time. We are blessed here in Victoria with our variety of birdlife

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  2. Hopefully the Golfer doesn’t see any crows. I laughed out loud at the joke and the Boston bit was perfect. I am going to share this with my granddaughter. She could use a laugh while she recovers from surgery. Thanks for brightening my day.

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  3. Once upon a time I had a flock of about 30 guinea fowl, and I noticed there seem to be fewer of them as time went by. I thought owls or coons were getting them, and then I happened to go up to the highway one day for another reason and was shocked to see dead guineas lining the road — they had tried to fly across the highway and didn’t make it. It’s not funny the crows are being killed but crow joke is funny

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  4. You got me with that one. 🙂
    And yes, here too we are getting calls for George and Margaret. Margaret who I ask. It’s endless.

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