We’re getting close to the Grand Finale. This week I give you Installment #39 of my blog thread describing what to call groups of animals … See how many you can guess. Answers listed at the bottom of the page.
- Ooh, Kindle’s kindle kindles cute thoughts!
- The field raced across the field.
- The crowd crowded the bulrushes.
- The flotilla followed the flotilla.
- But of course a stripe has stripes.
- You might need a toke to imagine a tok.
- Kindle of kittens
- Field of racehorses
- Crowd of redwings
- Flotilla of swordfish
- Stripe of zebras 
- Tok of capercaillies 
NOTES:  Zebras status: Vulnerable.  The group of Old World grouse or tok makes a great track! “Their toe rows of small, elongated horn tacks provide a snowshoe effect…These so-called “courting tacks” make a clear track in the snow. The sexes can be distinguished very easily by the size of their footprints.” Wikipedia And even better, the capercaillie population is listed as Least concern.
Text © Jadi Campbell 2020. Photo redwinged blackbird courtesy All About Birds © Phil Kahler. To see Uwe’s animal photos and pics from our trips go to viewpics.de. Fun animal names from en.wiktionary.org, www.writers-free-reference.com, Mother Nature Network and www.reference.com.
Click here for my author page to learn more about me and buy my books.