Mo Sheppo’s Guide to Identifying Native Texas Birds, Part 5

Most easily identified by his unusual taste in music. We think the exotic musical instrument is brought back from whatever dark, desolate place he goes north to in the winter. Oklahoma, perhaps.

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5 Responses to Mo Sheppo’s Guide to Identifying Native Texas Birds, Part 5

  1. Madiantin says:

    Sitar? That heron is groovin’.

  2. It’s a baby sitar. Do you have any idea how hard it is to find a good baby sitar?

  3. Raina says:

    Ha! nice play there…
    I spotted one of those the other day, but he was playing the washboard.

  4. gdionelli says:

    That heron needs to learn to fiddle.

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