Blue to Blue

July 3, 2011 § Leave a comment

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Blue Tit Parus caeruleus (3). The only British and Irish bird with a substantial amount of blue in its plumage. Generally the commonest tit, with the same distribution as the Great Tit. Most familiar call a churring tsee tsee tsee tsit. Like most tits it nests in a hole in a tree or building and readily takes to nest boxes. 11-12cm.

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Bluebell Hyacinthoides non-scriptus (1) is a very familiar short, bulbous perennial, which produces clumps of narrow, keeled leaves and a single, long, leafless, 1-sided spike of bright-blue bell-shaped flowers, 15-20mm, with creamy anthers; April to June. Common in woods, often forming huge colonies on well-drained soils; also in the open, in upland grassland and on sea-cliffs. Spanish Bluebell Hhispanicus is the garden species, with an upright spike of larger, blue-anthered flowers.

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    Mongolian Blue Spotted Lover

Return South/Return North

Home to Home

Nest to Nuzzle

Blue Bellied, Blue Belled, Blue Ablutions, Blue Balled, Blue Spotted.

Tethered in the waves

Between the shades of Blue

Counting off the days

Until I drift to you.

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