Good for the gooses, good for the Michi-gander ..or something.

falconsWhy does the guy falcon get the normal name?

Why even bother?   A new set of pigeon eaters has apparently been hatched at a government bridge. The government people tagged em so they could keep track and all that.  New AKAs as well:

“In addition to their leg bands, the peregrine chicks received names Tuesday: the females are Jasina, Dwaynette and Q, while the lone male is named Frank.”

I’ll leave it to you all to figure out which one is the gander.

You Betcha! (17)Nuh Uh.(1)

  2 comments for “Frank?

  1. Corinthian Scales
    June 21, 2015 at 6:56 am

    Oh really?

    "The very large majority of birds breeding in Michigan are using artificial structures," Sitar said. "And the birds tend to return to nest in the same type of structures they were fledged from."

    Then, four sentences later...

    Sitar said studies have found birds tend not to nest in the same area where they were hatched, but spread out across the Midwest.

    Oy vey... is paid at least $22.73 to $33.13 per hour, and the broad from Newberry cannot even keep her line of shit straight within the same paragraph. Yep. Sure as hell sounds a lot like Slick Rick's pet Cesspool of Detoilet project. All artificial. All a great big government theft and wasting of other people's money (thank RINO Weiser for that) on an unfixable, Progressive utopia, shithole.

    Who is the gander? That's easy. Every damn taxpayer in this state who hasn't demanded the legislature to have the DNR and MDOT budgets gone through with one of these, especially, this bastard's budget.

    You Betcha! (5)Nuh Uh.(0)
  2. KG One
    June 21, 2015 at 1:40 pm

    And this is why we spend too much on roads here in Michigan.

    "The bird's droppings — in addition to being unhealthy for bicyclists, pedestrians and bridge workers — coat the catwalks and bridge surfaces, leading to the aging structure's corrosion."

    You Betcha! (2)Nuh Uh.(0)

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