Category Archives: birds and the environment

Behold

Behold the feathered choristers Whose throats are full of song Ascertaining Nature now conducts Them all along Melodic and rhapsodic Peaceful and serene Joyous thus inducing ballads that have been In our minds and in our hearts Forever and a … Continue reading

The Corvidae

Who has quirky mannerisms Dresses in the gothic look Cut and dried and so precise The Corvidea and they suffice To say are individuals everyone Non conformists in the sun An inkiness a duskiness And a true perceptive consciousness Thoughtfulness … Continue reading

Sandringham estate boycott by Norfolk school

A petition has been started From a Norfolk school where they Were encouraged to visit the Sandringham Estate To see the dogs that play A part in retrieving dead birds Shot by shooters who Are An integral part of the … Continue reading

Diversionary feeding stations

The importance of nature Of predation and prey Of human interference At the end of each day The red grouse The hen harrier And raptors around Who are killed theres no doubt Where ever they are found Life is about … Continue reading

Hen harriers and their plight on this earth

Self-seeking eco-centrics Covetous as well Whose principle of evil In my belief is hell They are manipulators Where destruction is their thing They also have a one track mind Mercenaries that bring A suspiciousness into their ploy And a criminality … Continue reading

Snobbery murders

So many untruths And downright lies Surround the grouse moors No surprise The callous way The wild souls With their lives All pay Its snobbery Its fabrication Shooters Yes a delegation The glorious twelth Or so its called Hatched concocted … Continue reading

Glue trap hunting

The mentality of the French One has to realise how mean Creation gave us song birds To enrich each vital scene To encourage and to appreciate The loyalty they possess To caroll us with their raptures And ofcourse seek, no … Continue reading

Hyoscyamus Niger

On chalk or sand It sinks its roots The taste of salt It feels and needs Its stems will thicken And branch and grasp A pale green hair strewn Malodorous ask Culpeper talked of Saturn’s Folly From Now its flowers … Continue reading

The inglorious slaughter

I am driven to say How the red grouse do pay A party of toffs The arrogant scoffs At those of us who Find it cruel what you do Its known as a sport One with little thought A pastime … Continue reading

Our wild birds

Lamentation ululation Weeping wailing we The wilder birds of England Decimated be NAtural bloody England A bunch of tossers they Decided we were obsolete And should be done away With so They issued general licenses That some of us must … Continue reading