Cotswold Wild Life
Number 10 in a series about a range of wild life that inhabits the Cotswolds, by Paul Davies
Tighta Lycracycla (Titus Sauras)
Younger specimens tend to have sleek very tight black plumage and some tend to travel in large groups holding up a bus for at least 20 minutes. Common in many areas of the Cotswolds especially on a Sunday in the hills around Painswick. They have a tendency to record their own torture from their protective headgear.
Call: Car! Car!
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