“Hi C.O., I hope this photo makes the cut for the ‘Yay winglets’ alone. P.S. – Isn’t it time we had a ‘downy juniors’ tag for our not yet feathered friends?” -Douri.
[OK. Now let's take a look at those sentences. "Downy Juniors," OK, I suppose that means fuzzy young guys. There's your tag. But what does "Yay winglets" mean? Is that a UK thing? We have an email into Douri for clarification. -Ed.]
UPDATE! OK, here’s the “Winglets” thing.
“Happy body language – Winglets (you can’t call them wings) as if they were saying ‘Yay.’ Pictures taken in St. James’s Park, London, UK – the place of pigeon-eating pelicans and shamelessly greedy squirrels (recommended for anyone visiting London.)”