Wagtail Window Cleaning

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  • The wagtails form the passerine bird genus Motacilla. They are small birds with long tails which they wag frequently. Motacilla, the root of the family and genus name, means moving tail.

  • To see a wagtail in a dream, foretells that you will be the victim of unpleasant gossip, and your affairs will develop unmistakable loss.

  • A slender Eurasian and African songbird with a long tail that is frequently wagged up and down, typically living by water

  • Old World bird having a very long tail that jerks up and down as it walks

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The Crew of the Water Wagtail

The Crew of the Water Wagtail

If the crew of the Water Wagtail had known what was in store for them when they set sail from Bristol, one fine spring morning at the beginning of the sixteenth century, most of them would have remained at home -- though it is not improbable that, even with full knowledge of coming events, some of the romantic among them, and a few of the reckless, might have decided to go on.
Undoubtedly Paul Burns would have scorned to draw back, for he was a "hero of romance;" an enthusiast of the deepest dye, with an inquiring mind, a sanguine disposition, and a fervent belief in all things great and good and grand. He was also a six-footer in his socks, a horse in constitution, a Hercules in frame, with a hook nose and a hawk eye and a strong jaw -- and all the rest of it. Paul had a good brain, too, and was well educated -- as education went in those days. Yes, there can be little doubt that even though Paul Burns had been able to see into the future, he would have deliberately chosen to go on that voyage.
But who could say the same? -- Not I, reader. Not I.

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Pied Wagtail (Motacilla alba)

Pied Wagtail (Motacilla alba)

This is the first time i have seen one of these in my garden.

A delightful small, long-tailed and rather sprightly black and white bird. When not standing and frantically wagging its tail up and down it can be seen dashing about over lawns or car parks in search of food. It frequently calls when in its undulating flight and often gathers at dusk to form large roosts in city centres.

Pied Wagtail.

Pied Wagtail.

Once again, taken through our kitchen window, so the clarity is not as i would like. However, everytime i open the door to try and take a shot of this, it flies away. Maybe its time to clean my kitchen window :-/

wagtail window cleaning

wagtail window cleaning

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