Yesterday’s washing used a lot of pegs.
At least two pegs for each sock and three or four for each pair of underpants.
The pied currawong is a common bird in my part of Australia. Large-ish, noisy, and smart. They are quite good at getting clothes off the clothes line, presumably to make their nest more comfortable.
Although from the numbers of socks and pairs of underpants that I find in the yard and on the street, it seems they’re not all reaching their destination. Or is it that the currawongs are not nest building but just snowdropping for fun?