Mostly photos. Occasionally waffle.
But it looks quite happy with it :-)
He does indeed Britta! :)J
I guess we will be seeing much more of these 'baldy' types over the next month or two John. Punch ups all around.
I have already seen a few 'bust-ups' Roy, but, as you say, more will be on the way!J
Great picture, love the dribble of water.
Thanks Gillian, I managed to catch it about right.J
Hi John...Nice shot of the baldy buddy..love the water dripping !!Grace
Thanks Grace, too kind!J
Nice shot John, he almost seems to be grinning in that shot!
Thanks Jenny! He must have been having fun!J
Indeed he is - its a state that comes to many of us!I always through these were one of the crosses birds in the UK - more anger per gram than most.Cheers and thanks for linking to WBW.Stewart M - Melbourne
Thanks Stewart!They are aggressive little blighters, aren't they!? I have seen scraps break out between 3 or 4 different birds, normally males, as the females look on wondering what all the fuss is about! :)J
Great capture John, I love how you caught the water droplets coming from its beak. It has a bit of an evil look in its eye...probably planning its next squabble ;-)
Thanks Jan,Yes, there was another Coot in the vicinity, it probably went and picked on that one! J
Very nice photograph, especially with the droplets. The coots are so comical. Just love them. There's one in my post as well.
Thank you Carol and thanks for the visit and the kind comment too. I will endeavour to check out your post soon.J
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