Not only seagulls have two heads

Tuesday, December 1, 2020


Photo by Jan Hansen

After seeing Gloria Z Nagler's two headed seagull Jan Hansen sent in a photo of another two-headed bird - no idea what bird this is but it speaks with an Irish accent.

(Note: you really do know it's not a two-headed bird, right? Just checking)

Update: probably a jackdaw (smaller than a rook)

Jackdaw | Cág | Corvus monedula
L 32–34cm WS 68–72cm AY CB Suburban/Urban/Farmland Smaller than Rook; a very neat-looking crow. All ages: silver-grey nape and side of neck; rest of the head black; pale blue iris; body a duller silver-grey; wings and fairly short tail black; fairly short stout, straight, black beak; legs black. In flight: short primary ‘fingers’;


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