Friday, May 16, 2008

Safe Arrival

Even though they managed to overcome many hurdles and solve many survival-related problems during this time, f. suburbanus remains a none-too-bright species, and upon arriving at their summer home, they managed to get into one last pickle.
Still somewhat disoriented from their short but arduous journey, the trio flocked to the nearest tree and perched awkwardly in its branches, apparently unaware this is inappropriate behavior for waterfowl. It will be a few days before their peabrains adjust to their new surroundings, and they settle in a more suitable location. Such is the lot of the beautiful-but-dim.

1 comment:

Sherry said...

They probably should get it together before one of those hapless mourning doves comes back and tries to nest again.

Welcome home, flamingoes!