October 4, 2011

TUNNEL TUESDAY




TUNNEL TUESDAY:  TAKE A LOOK AT THEESE ONE!!!

Well hello there felines.  So I goes to my "tunnel" in the wee hours of the morn and what do I find?  There waiting for me is a Big Book on Birds!   Can you believe it felines?  I was very excited about theese one!  And it's not just any Big Book on Birds...it is the Reader's Digest Birds of Canada book!  Now theese one is a good one!  Now Neytiri and I can study 600 Species of birdies and finds out all about them.  Neytiri went straight to the page on Magpies as theese ones are my favorite bird.  They makes lots of noise and have very nice colors so I find them interesting to watch.  Do any other felines out there have any good books on birdies in their personal libraries?  And what is your favorite bird to watch?

Join me each TUESDAY felines for other magical and mysterious appearances in my "tunnel".

26 comments:

  1. Heya Cloon! We love the kookaburras!!!! They used to come visit our backyard in Sydney. Very noisy birdies. purrr...meow!

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  2. I just watch Bird TV - I've never read a book about birds!

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  3. I love your tunnel discoveries. Great book..... Enjoy the many hours of reading pleasure it will bring.

    pawhugs, Max

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  4. Cool ! Yep ! We all should learn more about da birdy so we will never miss to catch them !

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  5. Good idea to have a book, so I can identify lunch!

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  6. Does dat book say which burdie is the tastiest? I need to know the "yum" quality.

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  7. Hey Clooney! You look like you were competing with Mr Owl's stare in the 2nd picture. :)

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  8. Good morning Clooney! I just read your profile, and was wondering- do you really have a secret research lab? Ha ha! Thanks for stopping by my blog, and I'll check yours out more when I get the chance. Oh, can you really read those books??

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  9. Do each of the birdies have a yum-o-meter?? Hey, just based on the noise they make, Neytiri, go after the old magpie. They're the noisiest and always give me a headache!

    Tom
    xoxo

    pee ess: Hey, guys, seeing you with the book proves once again that cats are most literate, hehehe

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  10. We were wondering if the book offered tips on catching, which taste best, etc. too! :-)

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  11. Bedtime stories! Yay! We luf to watch the crows lounging around on our fence.

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  12. No books on birdies around here. We see cardinals, sparrows, crows and an occasional blue bird.

    That book looks like it has some good pictures in it.

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  13. that looks like a great book, even tho the bird on the front looks kind of scary to me! I like to watch finchies, that is what is outside my window most of the time.

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  14. Looks like a good read.. I dont mind which birds I watch but mum wont let me catch them.. Hugs GJ x

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  15. We don't have Magpies in Toronto but we saw some when we were skiing out west and thought they were big and beautiful!

    We get some very loud Blue Jays here and I put peanuts in the shell out on the railing of our back deck. The cats love to watch from the windows as the Jays swoop down for their treats :-)

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  16. Now it would be really exciting if you found a live bird in your tunnel next week.

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  17. We like to watch Wood Storks in our yard, because they do not come around too often. Sometimes we see the big herons and egrets catching fishies! We cackle the most at grackles though.

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  18. Now you'll be able to identify all the birdies that visit you!
    purrs
    >^,,^<
    ♥Abby♥Boo♥Ping♥Jinx♥Grace♥

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  19. Oh how cool! Book of birdies...Canadian birdies! It must be very interesting. Does the book say which birdie tastes best? :-) Magpie looks cute. I like bush warbler. They are pretty and I love their voice, too.

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  20. We see you had reading material in your tunnel today. Did you read and learn lots about birds? Hugs and nose kisses

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  21. gotta tell ya my friend. I would much rather eat 'em than watch 'em :)

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  22. That's a great book, Clooney, but we bet licking those pictures aren't quite as good as the real thing.

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  23. Is dere recipes in dere, Cloon? In case you catches a magpie? I seem to remember a story about four-and-twenny blackbirds baked inna pie? That sounds pretty tasty!

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  24. Hi ~ we LOVE those birdies!

    We has been having problems commenting but Mom has downloaded FireFox just for blogging and thinks this may help ~ who knows, if she likes it, maybe she’ll kick smelly old Internet Explorer owt!

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