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This is a drawing we made of our friend Root. He's a wee burrow elf and he lives under the cobblestones just outside our house. You can read all about him on our website: www.thepicsees.com

This is a drawing we made of our friend Root. He's a wee burrow elf and he lives under the cobblestones just outside our house. You can read all about him on our website: www.thepicsees.com

.[believe it or not, there's a beautiful female fairy under this scary costume from an episode of supernatural...].

.[believe it or not, there's a beautiful female fairy under this scary costume from an episode of supernatural...].

.The Green Man - In the Celtic tradition he's known as Cernunnos, Lord of the Forest. He rules over the wilds and conducts The Wild Hunt.

.The Green Man - In the Celtic tradition he's known as Cernunnos, Lord of the Forest. He rules over the wilds and conducts The Wild Hunt.

No garden is alive without birds & their songs - so he has the keys to visit any time he wants - many times a day.....maybe he'll stay !!

No garden is alive without birds & their songs - so he has the keys to visit any time he wants - many times a day.....maybe he'll stay !!

The Song Thrush is also known as throstle or mavis & has brown upperparts & black-spotted cream or buff underparts. It's distinctive song, which has repeated musical phrases, has frequently been referred to in poetry. It builds a neat mud-lined cup nest in a bush or tree & lays 4 or 5 dark-spotted blue eggs. Omnivorous with the habit of using a favorite stone as an "anvil" on which to smash snails. Many old superstitions were associated with Song Thrushes such as they could speak 7…

The Song Thrush is also known as throstle or mavis & has brown upperparts & black-spotted cream or buff underparts. It's distinctive song, which has repeated musical phrases, has frequently been referred to in poetry. It builds a neat mud-lined cup nest in a bush or tree & lays 4 or 5 dark-spotted blue eggs. Omnivorous with the habit of using a favorite stone as an "anvil" on which to smash snails. Many old superstitions were associated with Song Thrushes such as they could speak 7…

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