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What did the ghost teacher say to her class?
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Interesting Fact: Visit a pond or coastal marsh and look for an all-white bird—slightly smaller than a Great Blue Heron, with black legs and a yellow bill. It may be wading slowly or standing stock-still, peering intently at the water as it searches for fish. If you live outside of the species’ breeding range, you may still see Great Egrets in late summer as they move about widely before heading to their wintering grounds. ( https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Great_Egret )
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Great egrets! We do not regret reading that pun!
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Okay both David and I are really bad at puns but our son guarantee he’s really good at them try and collect some good puns for the future posts
Ha! I love your jokes, and you “catch” great photos. Thanks.
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