National Teal Talk Day is a day when people all across the country celebrate a bird that is closely related to the teal. They are trying to raise awareness of the importance of their conservation efforts, especially through a day of action. The bird, the teal, has a bright, yellow bill, and is also known as the Canada Goose. The bird is known for its ability to be fast, bold, and extremely sociable.
I’ve always been amazed at the way people are able to be so self-centered. I remember when I was in middle school in the 90’s and was told that my friend’s bird was on the endangered species list. I was so furious that I went to his house and demanded to see the bird. I was told by his mother that she would have to take me to the bird first. I stood outside a window for what felt like an hour, hoping that the bird would come out.
It turns out that he is actually a human, and he is just so confident in his good fortune that he didn’t even have to go to the trouble of going to the hospital to check on the bird. The bird is okay.
Just as with any other endangered animals, the bird has a lot of great qualities. He has a good eye and a nice beak. I’m even partial to him.
And his mother is a human too.
This new teal is apparently a hybrid between a teal and a white-backed duck. The name means “cute and cute,” and it also seems to mean “cute goose.
It seems like he has a good eye and a nice beak.
This is the first time I’ve ever seen a teal.
So I guess I’m pretty excited about all this national teal talk day stuff. It has really been a nice, quiet weekend. I feel a lot more positive about life lately, which makes me feel like less of a loser and more of a weirdo. I have yet to see a teal, and so I’ll be able to avoid all of these weirdo teals.
That’s a good point. National Teal Day is a day when people from around the world hold teal ceremonies, and I’ve only seen teal feathers in the past week.