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Archive for July 29th, 2011

Today marked the end of this year’s war against the thrushies, which went very much like  last year’s war.

Thrushies or Pearly-Eyed Thrashers, (Margarops fuscatus), are birds commonly found here on St. John. They are described in a Wikopedia article as “aggressive and opportunistic,” and that they are.

Every year these bold, brazen thieves and I wage a war with the prize being my delicious Malika mangoes.

When it came down to the two last mangoes on the tree, the outcome was a draw: one for me, one for da t’rushie dem.

st john flora: mango

My Mango

mango for the thrushie

The Thrushie's Mango

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