Pier 39 – San Francisco
Who would have thought that sea-lions had so many collective nouns?
A bob of sea lions
A colony of sea lions
A crash of sea lions
A flock of sea lions
A harem of sea lions ………….. a group of females with one male
A herd of sea lions
A hurdle of sea lions
A pod of sea lions
A raft of sea lions
A rookery of sea lions
A team of sea lions
Which is your favourite?
Don’t you just go “ahhh…” when you see fluffy ducklings? This mother had her work cut out keeping tabs on her brood of five on the River Teme. They were constantly ducking and diving 🙂
In honour of Mother’s Day in Australia and New Zealand, South Africa and the USA and parts of Europe it appears, though not Poland.
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representations of this week’s challenge.
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Starling ( Sturnus Vulgaris) is one of the most common birds in Britain and is more colourful than you think. The plumage is shiny black, glossed purple or green, and spangled with white, particularly strongly so in winter.