Sorry to be so late. The Doctor forgot to leave the window open in his big nest, so I could not get to his computer this afternoon. Has anyone else noticed the Doctor being more forgetful lately? Oh well, forget about the Doctor’s forgetfulness for now.
Happily we are having a joyful telepathic jousting over dependability, reliability and responsibility. The Doctor debates well on these subjects.
A promise is a promise. Our ten day old baby osprey now has a name.
It is …………………………
Wait, before I tell you, I need to explain that it was Ozzie who made the final decision.
Confidentially, I favored “Storm” or “Stormy”. The Doctor liked “Skye” and “Zeus”. If anyone doubts that Zeus can be feminine, just take a look at the Doctor’s bridge teacher “Zeus”.
The human female that lives in the big nest with the Doctor wanted “Gale or Gayle”. Ozzie rejected them instantly.
“Sunny or Sonny” received more consideration but was forgotten immediately when Mrs. Mary Asbell’s kindergartner class submitted their suggestions.
As soon as Ozzie heard the name “Tweedy” he was fixated. No further discussion was possible. Ozzie put his Talons down and that was it.
I am glad too. I like the name “Tweedy”.
Congratulations to Mrs. Asbell’s Kindergarten class. They have named the bird.
Excellent!! Bridge by Zeus. That was great!
You don’t want to make a mistake when Zeus is watching.
Tweedy or Tweety?
Thank you Becky for your provocative question. You answer is soon forthcoming.
Welcome to the world, Tweedy!
“Thank you Mr. Pops. What kind of world is this”?
If you handle a baby osprey that fell into the water and put it in another osprey nest will it be ok. Or will it be kicked out the nest
The baby will be taken in and raised with her other chicks.