European Magpie - It's a wonderful graphic. Thanks!
Thanks for your input!
Another lovely birdie for us, Miss Karen! Thanks! :DHappy New Year to you and yours since we won't be "Braggin'" until after the new year :DYour Regular,Suzanne at WhyCuzICan
My dad always called my mom Magpie!Hugs~Annie
I love vintage prints. I am so attracted to birds and flowers.
Lovely pic, but,definately not an Australian magpie.Regards Lucy
He is beautiful. We we're brought up with the old superstition that seeing a magpie was an ill omen, which you could counter by greeting them very politely. I still say "Good Morning Your Grace" whenever I see one!
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He is handsome, isn't he??! Thanks!
Perhaps your pic doesn't do him justice but the ones I saw for the first time a couple years ago seemed much fancier. Maybe Canadian magpies are different?
Yes, a magpie. And one is very unlucky (one for sorrow, two for joy etc.) So, yes, I greet a magpie formally too, with 'Good morning Mister Magpie, how is your good wife?' Any pictures with two magpies?
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