One-Liner Wednesday: When Hawks Bathe

“Mid dust bath, the hawk paused and allowed ants to swarm over it’s feathers, releasing their anty toxic formic acid, I believe but can’t prove,  to drive parasites from the hawks plumage.” JoHanna Massey

In Response to: Linda Hill’s One Liner Wednesday.

Today’s Music: Daniel Barenboim: Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 5 in E Flat Major Op.73

24 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday: When Hawks Bathe

      1. LOL!!! Oh you just made me laugh right out loud, mostly because you are so right!!! Oh dear.
        I’ll keep my eyes on the lookout for it…
        Thank you, and to you!!
        🙂

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    1. Speaking of reading, I am praising mightily an amazing set of essays that envision just the right images, mood, and the just right length for bedtime stories.
      “The Wild Muir: Twenty-two of John Muir’s Greatest Adventures.”
      Thank you for contributing to this conversation and for stopping by. Have an excellent weekend. 🌵

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    1. Thank you my dear. And when I finished posting it Sweet Terry and I went down to Old Town Cottonwood to the Red & White garage Burger and Shake Place for chocolate milkshakes. Thought of you, as your post on this Spot was my first visit to your engaging website. XOX

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    1. Thank you Mark. This photo was taken in the very marshes in Southern New Jersey that Ray Ellis painted so vividly in the collection South by Southeast featuring he and Walter Cronkite.
      Thank you for stopping by and your kind comment.

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