Friday, September 07, 2007

In case you were wondering... was still there and still on its own the following morning (usually they fly off to an offshore island for the evening). It was also either scratching its butt or doing a Michael Jackson impression (either of which could explain its singleness):


In all seriousness I'm amazed it can flick its leg out like that, nevermind stand up whilst doing it.
By the way you may notice/have noticed a number of listing posts popping up. I'm just doing a little archiving.


John said...

Is that part of its hunting routine?

tai haku said...

I don't think so John - It was preening at the time. I think this was a bit of a post-preen morning stretch. The hunting thing seems to be a slow pirouette with the feet close together paddling all the time.