Bird realizing that Bob is not, in fact, his uncle, and now he has to reconsider everything of which he was previously sure.
Crane sadly realizing that his entire species chose to evolve impractical ornamentation for mate selection instead of intelligence.
Crane really wanted to be an actuarial model researcher.
Water take-offs are more of a challenge than water landings.
Goals are well and good, but goals should also be realistic.
As with many other species, criticism of flamingo parenting begins quite early.
Perhaps you had a bit too much to drink last night.
Or perhaps I decided to play with the colour-shifting in my image editor.
This macaw would like to point out that the last time the Earth’s temperature changed by two degrees Celsius, all the dinosaurs turned into birds.
Do you really want to see what they’ll do next?
See? I told you you can’t preen your own neck.
When the neighboring kingdom’s ruler was deposed, power taken by the evil sorcerer, she knew that only her vigilance would keep the corruption from spreading across the boarder to her native land.
They call them spoonbills, but they look more like spatulas to me.
Even in infrared, geese are not evenly distributed
TFW you get a phone call in the middle of lunch.
Flamingo trying to hide from Star Wars spoilers, but unable to subdue its curiosity.
’cause you can’t preen your own neck.
The sign by this guy said that their call sounded like a cow mooing. I thought “that’s odd”, and then thought no more of it until a kid wandered up and started mooing at the bird. Not much later, the entire flock was at the front of the cage looking at her and, eventually, mooing back.
So there. If you ever need a capuchin bird, stand outside and moo for a while.
It’s been known for a while that birds are better with 3D visualization than most humans.
But did you know they can play Slither.io in 3D?
Actually, parrots invented napkins a millenia ago.
They’re just all rebels.
See. This is why you always want to read the instructions all the way through before assembly.
Bird Tested. Photographer Approved.
About the Andean cock of the rock, Wikipedia states “The nests are often constructed from the saliva of the females mixed in with vegetable matter and mud.”
This means that nests could also be otherwise constructed. Maybe sometimes it’s not mud. Glue could work well. Maybe sometimes it’s not vegetable matter. They’re on record as occasionally eating reptiles, so maybe sometimes it’s meat. Maybe they just super glue a bunch of snakes together and lay their eggs in that.
So many possibilities.