John from NSW:

Dear Marty,

Just a short email to let you know we had a great time at your restaurant
last week when our friends from Inverloch dropped in for a quick bite while
showing my wife and I around the district.
You may remember we asked if you knew the collective name for a group of Owls as we couldn’t remember it (the owl was on one of your hot water bottle
covers).¬†You looked it up on Google for us and it was a “Parliament”.

Just for future reference if any other “old farts” like us do a similar
thing, here is a list of common collective nouns.

We had a great time in the village, and the food, ambiance and friendly
staff at Moo’s was most memorable.

Kind regards,

John
Epping, NSW

 

A Shrewdness of Apes

A Sounder of Boars

A Float of Crocodiles

A Murder of Crows

A Dule of Doves

A Charm of Finches

A Skulk of Foxes

A Leash of Greyhounds

A Smack of Jellyfish

A Tiding of Magpies

A Labour of Moles

A Company of Parrots

A String of Ponies

A Rhumba of Rattlesnakes

An Unkindness of Ravens

A Dray of Squirrels

A Knot of Toads

A Hover of Trout

A Bale of Turtles