Thursday’s Special: Pepezela! Yebo! i.e. Get me out of here! Yes!

Regina is a Ferruginous Buzzard that found its home on the hamlet of Vezio overhanging Varenna on the shores of Lake Como in Italy.

She spends most of her time caged in, and that’s where I found her on a late Summer afternoon screaming her lungs out and begging to be let go….  



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Pepezela! Yebo! (Zulu for Get me out of here! Yes! – listen to the attached track)

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86 thoughts on “Thursday’s Special: Pepezela! Yebo! i.e. Get me out of here! Yes!

  1. Oh, she is gorgeous and what a shame that she is caged in. You portrayed her so well Paula. Loved the music hon. Thanks for sharing. 😀 *big hugs*


    • Thank you so much Sophia. It was not easy to do it in a very poor dusk light and through the cage with crowds of people trying to peak at her and pushing me 😀


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  5. Hi Paula, I don’t want to wake you up, but I think Opalla is calling a virtual tea party 🙂 Go read her comment. I am saving the cake for you 🙂 🙂


  6. Is it a zoo cage or an animal shelter. I’ve seen hospices where wild birds of prey have been found injured or in peril, brought in and nursed back to health before being set free again.


  7. I have quite a big room for music and, yes, I am still exploring the different genres. I feel like dancing with this song. I will add this to my “Pump Up the Volume” playlist (a.k.a. playlist for working out).

    Who is the artist?


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