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No. 1490027

Post cute birdies here/discuss your love for them.

No. 1490046

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I love sparrows.

No. 1490051

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No. 1490055

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Urutau are amazingly derpy, as such I cannot help but love them.

No. 1490056

fuck off

No. 1490057

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No. 1490065

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All because I accidentally posted a gif of two parrots instead of a sparrow? Damn. Here's a cute picture of two pigeons to make up for my mistake then.

No. 1490085

NTA but you're not funny. Please leave.

No. 1490102

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based thread

No. 1490110

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Why so hostile? If we can have threads for cat and dog love, why can't we one for birds?

No. 1490137

LIVE britbong BIRDS 24/7 very excite

No. 1490140

Maybe this will be the thread to unite all nonnies. Some people hat cats, some people hate dogs, but no one hates birds.

No. 1490149

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No. 1490153

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No. 1490154

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The day I can own one is the day I am cured of all sadness

No. 1490155

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sage for granny posting but i love sitting at my window and watching my feeders! It's truly one of life's pleasures. It's very hard to pick a favorite visitor, but nuthatches are up there! In the summer I'll occasionally get a visiting gray cat bird, and they're so nimble and magnificent. I also can't help but adore the spunky attitude of blue jays… I always get whole peanuts just for them!

What featered friends have you seen recently nonas?
What's on your to-see wish list?

No. 1490156

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I absolutely love little tiny finches!! Birds have such sweet faces

No. 1490157

I really enjoy David Bird's photos, so whimsical!

No. 1490158

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If you live near black swans, try feeding them lettuce because it's their favourite food.

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No. 1490163

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so handsome

No. 1490166

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No. 1490167

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No. 1490168

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I am glad to have an excuse to post birds

No. 1490173

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No. 1490174

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No. 1490176

I like the thread but I hate quirky anons who think they're funny but are actually annoying. You sound underage and should probably leave.

No. 1490178

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No. 1490180

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No. 1490183

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No. 1490184

Nta but it was just a gif of mice, chill.

No. 1490185

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No. 1490186

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I saw one irl when hiking!

No. 1490187

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No. 1490188

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such striking color!

No. 1490190

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No. 1490191

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No. 1490196

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No. 1490198

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I dont know much about birds I just know I can summon bluejays and robins if I play their calls over my speakerphone. Its kinda funny but sad to see their confusion. Im basically catfishing them.

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No. 1490207

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No. 1490209

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No. 1490211

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Buy some in shell raw peanuts and set them out. They're very fun to watch squabble, and they'll also weigh peanuts out in their beaks to pick the heaviest one. Worth every cent.
Some times they go bald!

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No. 1490216

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No. 1490217

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ideal life form

No. 1490218

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No. 1490221

So cute. I love penguins. And i love you nonnie….

No. 1490222

I LOVE BIRDS! I have raised and rescued birds since I was in kindergarten. Currently I have one bird, a cinnamon green cheek conure, and I just love looking at her and cuddling with her. I attached a picture

No. 1490223

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Oops, forgot pic. Here it is

No. 1490230

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NTA but you're starting to sound more annoying like that anti-hamsterchan poster.

No. 1490257

newfags need to learn that not every thread is the dumbass shit one.

No. 1490259

aw what a pretty cinnamon color

No. 1490306

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Here are more penguins for you my beloved penguinonna. They watch the lights together every night

No. 1490414

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No. 1490427

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not gatekeeping in a fucking bird thread on andrea dworkins internet. anyways have a parakeet/budgie

No. 1490430

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No. 1491079

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The Horned Grebe regularly eats some of its own feathers, enough that its stomach usually contains a matted plug of them. This plug may function as a filter or may hold fish bones in the stomach until they can be digested. The parents even feed feathers to their chicks to get the plug started early.

No. 1491089

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No. 1491091

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No. 1491095

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No. 1491120

scrolling passed my brain keeps parsing this as a nature photo, like a natural disaster of a volcano in front of a tsunami or a star collapsing or something

No. 1491129

Where are they going

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No. 1493566

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No. 1493599

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haha what the fuk

No. 1493802

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No. 1494817

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Welcome to the wet and wild world of wacky waterfowl, my friend!

No. 1494819

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No. 1494820

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No. 1494821

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No. 1494823

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No. 1494824

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No. 1494833

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No. 1494837

Hahaha what the fuck man>>1494821
these ducks make my eyes feel high

No. 1494841

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An amazing duck of fast-flowing Andean rivers and streams. Usually seen as singles or pairs resting on rocks in rushing water and not associating with other ducks. Feeds by diving in churning water and pools and is somehow able to swim up-current with no apparent exertion.

No. 1494845

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This is probably the most well known funk duck. Such a classic.

No. 1494847

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No. 1494848

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I am an absolute simp for Kakapos and would do almost anything to interact with one.

No. 1494851

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they are angelic

No. 1494854

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No. 1494858

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No. 1494860

And I love how every known Kakapo alive has a name.

No. 1494862

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Forgot the Kakapos

No. 1494864

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No. 1494865

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No. 1494875

what are their names

No. 1494883

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geeth :)

No. 1494885

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a lady and her fancy husband with a silly little dongle on his head

No. 1494902

who is this bird

No. 1494939

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Pretty pigeon.

No. 1494940

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No. 1494941

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No. 1495705

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This is one of the pelicans that lives in St James's Park, London England. To quote Atlas Obscura:

"The colony of disturbingly large, but friendly, birds include five Eastern Whites and one South American White. Pelicans were first introduced to the park in 1664, a generous gift from a Russian Ambassador. In 2013, three of the five Eastern Whites arrived as a gift from the city of Prague, joining the descendants of the original Russian flock."

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No. 1495710

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No. 1495713

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No. 1495715

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No. 1495718

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No. 1495721

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No. 1495731

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No. 1495732

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No. 1495734

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No. 1495735

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No. 1495737

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No. 1495767

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the way ducks tuck their beaks under their wings when they go to sleep is the only thing standing between me and mass murder.

No. 1495768

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Female birds may be more drab (it helps them when they’re sitting on their eggs, to camouflage) but it’s important to remember that they are the sexual selectors. They are responsible for the beauty of their male counterparts. If the male birds could mate without being colourful and beautiful, without doing an elaborate dance, they would.

No. 1495957

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No. 1495958

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No. 1495959

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No. 1495968

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I love quails

No. 1495977

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In awe

No. 1495978

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Why is pinterest so unhinged I just want pics of quails stop bodyshaming them!!!

No. 1495997

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hell yeah! The Cockoftherock is an exceptional mystical being looking bird

No. 1496020

My husbando.

No. 1496471

I love Jo Alwood's content, I feel like she's invited me on to her porch and handed me a glass of lemonade while we bird watch together… Thank you grandmother.

No. 1496480

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No. 1496482

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No. 1496485

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No. 1496487

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No. 1496489

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No. 1496561

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No. 1496634

the eye zoomed in… looks menacing and all-knowing

No. 1496873

Owls are fucking amazing.

No. 1496900

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No. 1497095

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faverolles chickens my source of happiness

No. 1497739

Bump for bunny parrot

No. 1499374

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Today I saw a cooper's hawk! so delightful.

No. 1499556

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I got to confirm my jenday conure is actually a girl because she laid an egg! She was looking kinda fat before the egg was laid so I’m glad my suspicions were correct, now I can make sure she gets extra calcium in her diet to make up for what she’s lost. She decided to lay it in her food dish kek.

No. 1499939

That's adorable anon

No. 1499975

didn’t know this bird existed

No. 1500325

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mine are brahmas. they are massive and they have feather pants (fants)

No. 1500327

Congrats nonnie. That's actually really cool, love the coin for scale

No. 1500368

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me too nonny! I was browsing for pictures, saw this lady and gasped. absolutely chic

No. 1500369

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No. 1500371

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when the chicken is also couture

No. 1500376

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My favorite are cochins. I used to take care of one exactly like this, they're so stupidly round, small and goofy

No. 1500613

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if I had a garden, I would have some of those and a lot of those fluffy, round orpingtons. Can't wait to maybe one day fulfil this dream.

No. 1500774

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I love all my visitors, but I think my favorites are the titmice. They sing the most and watching them fly away with peanuts the size of their head never stops being cute.

Most interesting bird I've gotten lately is a pileated woodpecker. I see them maybe twice a year and haven't convinced any to become regulars at my feeders yet.

No. 1501449

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No. 1501450

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No. 1501490

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Anyone else a fan of corvids?

No. 1505188

I love these. They look so silly

100%. I love when they play in the snow!

No. 1505299

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No. 1505460

I like this breed of pigeons, they are like pugs/persian cats of the bird world

No. 1505844

most fancy pigeon breeds are just straight out animal cruelty, just like pugs are

No. 1505893

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No. 1505895

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No. 1505898

File: 1677014589043.jpg (99.15 KB, 800x600, Harlequin Antbird.jpg)

No. 1505900

File: 1677014634512.jpg (190.76 KB, 924x694, White-plumed Antbird.jpg)

No. 1508458

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Anyone else collect bird-themed merchandise? Didn't know whether to post this in the consoomer thread or here but I feel like only other bird lovers would really care about this kind of stuff.

No. 1508498

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No. 1508827

It is so funny to me that these exotic looking birds are just like seagulls or pigeons to Australians. Just trash eating pests.

No. 1509328

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I love collecting little ceramic birds, bonus points if they're super round. I don't even know why, it's just a thing I started doing when I was a teenager and now I have a little army of rotund birdies. I love them

No. 1509346

Can you share some more of your collection, nonna? Do you have any figurines that have stories about how you got them?
I personally love bird planters. I have 2, 1 owl and 1 toucan. They're super cute because they're on a perch so they can swing, but they don't have much room for plants unfortunately.

No. 1509348

Oh hey I collect animal figurines too! My birds are mostly ducks and swans but I have a quartet of little fat ones

No. 1509394

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Actually the one I immediately thought of is the only non-ceramic bird in my collection lol—I have a little glass "blue bird of happiness" that I love so much because it was given to me by my parents, and it had sat on our kitchen windowsill my entire childhood. This isn't my picture, I'm not entirely sure if this is the same bird as I have no idea where or by whom mine was made (currently away from home so I can't photograph it) but this is nearly identical. It's so round!!!

No. 1509399

Sorry for doubleposting, but I just realized I should share the link in case anyone wants this adorable bird - https://www.mercari.com/us/item/m82866133866/

No. 1511631

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No. 1514816

I've been feeding crows for months and now I found 2 big pinecones in my back yard. They like me!!!

No. 1514961

treasure your gifts

No. 1514969

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I love corvids so much. Blue jays are some of my favorites

No. 1514974

File: 1677969388961.jpg (82.25 KB, 1200x1680, colorful-birds.jpg)

I was looking at mandarin ducks yesterday, and every time I see a pic of them I instinctively think it's an AI image because of how smooth and vibrant but also blurred their colors are.

No. 1514975

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there was one in NYC several years ago, dubbed "hot duck". i saw him in person, such a beauty.

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No. 1515016

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They look so smooth.

No. 1515041

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moar corvidposting

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No. 1515043

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I look at this picture every day and it keeps me going

No. 1515045

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reminds me of the image of that cat eating milk

No. 1515047

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No. 1515051

File: 1677977640504.jpg (40.91 KB, 755x596, Rock-Ptarmigan.jpg)

No. 1515055

File: 1677978059911.jpg (56.51 KB, 444x640, White-crownedPigeon2©LillianSt…)

No. 1515063

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there are so many pigeon artists on ig it makes me happy

No. 1516996

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No. 1517007

I want a parrot so bad nonnies, but I can't get one as I don't have enough place in my small apartment

No. 1517153

File: 1678198342381.jpeg (52.76 KB, 632x960, birdpocket.jpeg)

No. 1517158

i want a poster of this

No. 1519855

Look at this little tennis ball balancing on a tennis ball.

No. 1520133

File: 1678466041825.jpg (59.17 KB, 794x794, il_794xN.3487799147_27yn.jpg)

Saw some of these at my local bird store and just had to check online to see if there was one that matched my baby green cheek. No dice but the etsy shop is called birbber

No. 1521667

File: 1678608839901.jpg (48.97 KB, 720x960, pigeon water.jpg)

No. 1521668

File: 1678608901038.jpg (56.76 KB, 580x960, pigeons for tea.jpg)

No. 1522176

File: 1678657009861.jpg (35.42 KB, 434x624, parrot.jpg)

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No. 1523212

File: 1678795650312.jpg (133.33 KB, 1200x887, crested-screamer-bird-1379956.…)

No. 1523242

Goddess Pebble is back

No. 1523514

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I like it when birds just stand on animals, walk around on em and the animals are pretty chill about it.

No. 1523522

Capybara unbothered by potential poop in eye

No. 1523535

File: 1678818579565.jpg (61.63 KB, 612x408, istockphoto-868530662-612x612.…)

Muscovy Ducks
>don't quack, females trill while males huff
>woodland fowl more closely related to geese than ducks
>excellent mosquito and flying insect control
>more resistant to avian disease
>happy to see you and will wag their tail feathers much like a dog
>docile and friendly
>not as messy as typical ducks, don't require a pond
>meat tastes similar to sirloin or veal

I plan on raising these little guys next year for eggs and just general enjoyment. Likely won't eat them. They like to roost in trees and have impressive claws on their webbed toes. I love them and find them charming.

No. 1523687

You should’ve left the last point out.

No. 1523709

I thought it was interesting that they have red meat. Then again I grew up on a farm and I have slaughtered chickens, rabbits and turkeys so I suppose I'm a bit desensitized. Sorry about that. Here's a video of female muscovies trilling, absolutely precious. I have no intention of slaughtering these beautiful, sweet gals so don't worry.

No. 1523721

I saw these ducks at the park a few years ago, I thought they were chickens at first. Weirdly cool looking in person. They've never been back since that year. Wish I'd gotten a picture of them. Good luck with your Muscovy ventures anon!

No. 1523769

Thank you! I'm pretty excited and building a proper woodland habitat for them, complete with fruit trees and berries for their ranging enjoyment. Hope you encounter them again!

No. 1523856

remix time

No. 1524423

File: 1678899567707.jpg (58.47 KB, 508x677, pigeon-costume.jpg)

No. 1524424

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No. 1524426

File: 1678899761439.jpg (142.42 KB, 1406x2048, murde4berry.jpg)

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No. 1524439

File: 1678900633098.webm (1.76 MB, 640x640, 1590617312775.webm)

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File: 1678901209558.jpg (44.45 KB, 500x375, VIRA01c.jpg)

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No. 1524765

Yes! I always have to practice self restraint when I see a cute or unusual bird plush.

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No. 1544903

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No. 1544904

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No. 1544913

File: 1681083669740.jpeg (101.62 KB, 828x841, 492F2F8D-8858-43AA-B239-F18F71…)

I want to go to Australia and see them
The circumstances of them becoming bin chickens is quite sad though

No. 1545837

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No. 1551945

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No. 1559852

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No. 1559853

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No. 1564779

File: 1682972580636.jpeg (77.55 KB, 1548x1331, postal pige.jpeg)

No. 1578941

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No. 1578949

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No. 1578956

File: 1684226548137.jpg (53.76 KB, 596x603, 5e40036a64ff61a746c5a4ebd74fc8…)

>me being at peace knowing i will never be pathetic enough to selfpost on /ot/

No. 1578973

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No. 1578975

This is so cute. It made my day thanks nonnie!♡

No. 1578988

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Absolutely, nonnie

No. 1579066

she is very handsome

No. 1579068

how is she so gorgeous?

No. 1579075

she lives for the art

No. 1579078

wow, she is one not to be messed with. But I'd like to befriend her.

No. 1579084

I like the idea of a funk duck, Not exactly sure what that is but I bet he has kind opinions of others.

No. 1579752

Male birds are always so pretty

No. 1579798

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I am once again asking you to choose

No. 1579800

And what about the female birds? You are a misogynist

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No. 1579805

shut up and choose a waterfowl

No. 1579806

Swan, the other two are too plain-looking imo (I prefer other kinds of ducks and geese)

No. 1579810

Duck, goose are scary.

No. 1580094

This goose is my spirit animal

No. 1580365

not sure how different they're from each other but I like the one with the black mask.

No. 1589864

File: 1685248151076.jpg (47.13 KB, 563x518, b41484f5db7820845b6ae7eb186a32…)

Long-tailed tit

No. 1589869

File: 1685249185231.jpg (16.82 KB, 550x413, 21ac81ac6cea018f1ddfa6e177290c…)

thank god at least one of you answered correctly

No. 1589986

File: 1685270144954.jpg (86.7 KB, 973x633, fg2302_01-1.jpg)

I love shima-enagas so much, they look like a bunch of snowballs who came to life.

No. 1589987

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They also look like talking birds you'd found in old disney movies for some reason kek, they're too adorable that they feel almost animated/fake at times.

No. 1589988

Fun fact: they exist in Sweden too and we call them stjärtmes which means butt whimp.

No. 1590054

goose obviously but duckies like that one come in at a close second

No. 1590096

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No. 1590839

don't. this is a wholesome thread

No. 1591827

I'm the anon she was referring to and I found the pic quite adorable, but anon, is it actually about something horrible?

No. 1591832

ayrt, yes. Just take my word for it and forget you ever saw it.

No. 1591833

samefag, kek i realize that sounded very dramatic but what i mean to say is if you love cute birds it's not a manga chapter you will enjoy.

No. 1592059

he loved that bird… it was so tragic it was funny.

No. 1601897

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No. 1602738

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No. 1602752

my nigel has a duck and he's the cutest little (well HUGE actually) angel ever. he will pick him up and the duck nestles his face in his neck and snuggles him. so adorable. he's done it since the duck was a baby. he's obsessed with the duck its absolutely sweet.

No. 1602757

aw this reminds me of my childhood pet duck. her name was Daisy, she was such a sweetie pie.

No. 1602761

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No. 1602769

File: 1686400030793.jpg (122.68 KB, 1053x619, duckhair.jpg)

same anon but my family had a lot of ducks as a kid it was weird, we had lots of animals, guineas and chickens too and just lived in a normal house right next to downtown and one or two hat these silly little puffs on their heads, so cute. smaller than what you see in these pictures but i think it's the same thing going on, whatever causes that i guess. the oldest duck i ever had was like that, her name was Curly because before we knew if they were male or female we named 3 of them Curly, Larry, And Moe. then Curly and Larry started laying eggs. anyways Curly was cool because she had the silly little puff and would chase people down to bite them.

No. 1608901

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Why do ducks look like ducks

No. 1608904

god wanted to make a cute birdie

No. 1613842

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No. 1613845

My daughter love birds and will happy squeal and giggle at any bird she sees. I always take her to bird shows and she starts giggling and laughing and one of the bird show birds waved at her and the speaker even called it out it was so cute. For her first birthday I brought her a few bird feeders and patio chair so she can sit out and watch birds

No. 1613888

I love this picture. It's so pretty, fresh and serene. Just a cute duck in a tiny tub.

No. 1613938

god i wish that were me

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