What’s up, Dougy?
Wow! Andy’s batting a miller around!
Aw…. Looks like Andy isn’t having any luck on this bug hunt.
The bug’s hiding down there now. Dougy (take my word) is down there, too, but the miller’s nowhere to be found so he wanders off.
Andy’s hunt is over, too. The miller is safe for now, but mark my words, Andy’s horns are still up!
Come on Dougy, show us what you can do, mate!
The hunt continues…
Dang, dang, dang dang!
Any will get that Miller eventually. He always does…Well almost.
Andy caught one this morning, in fact!
I thought you meant they were after a can of beer too 🙂
One of my bad puns, I fear!
I thought you were having a couple cold ones, Doug! 😂
To my best knowledge, they’ll drink only water. I offered them milk once, and they wouldn’t drink it.
I think this is the miller
The miller may not be so lucky next time… 🙂
IKt’s the army cutworm moth form in the US: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Army_cutworm
Thanks for the correction, Doug! A good example of how common names for flora and fauna can be confusing.
The cutworm larva sounds very nutritious, although not so appetizing.
Yes, like “robin”, not anything alike on either side of the Atlantic. Or “blackbird”, the European one being related to the American robin.
I don’t know what a miller is …?