Sunday, February 12, 2006

Shock / horror.

There has been another recent sighting. It appears to have been in a sunny place that remains unnamed. Must be on the Northern hemisphere, because there's mention of the winter season.

The Redscowl in question was reported to be eating apples. Due to the fact that it was exceptionally large*, it had eaten all the apples by the time it was discovered. That, and the fact that its ruffled feathers and quirky movements made the tree owner a bit nervous, let to the sad demise of yet another rare Redscowl Bluesingsky bird.

The real horror lies in the fact that the Redscowl Bluesingsky was not only shot, but eaten to boot. Garnished with apples. Of course, all Redscowl enthusiasts reading this will share the same feeling of disgust. Let's just hope the promised recipe will never be published...

* ...the size may have been exaggerated by the reporter, who was probably looking through the zoom lens of a photo camera at the time...


Anonymous e-babe said...

Please keep me updated with future sitings - especially in Europe - I am currently compiling a book of Redscowl recipes and need more animals for recipe tests.


February 13, 2006 9:38 AM  
Blogger Redscowl said...

No I won't.

February 13, 2006 10:08 PM  

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