Skip to comments.Lovebird crafts new paper tail feathers for herself...
Posted on 07/06/2014 4:05:16 PM PDT by Twotone
Bibi the lovebird decides she needs some new tail feathers and goes about expertly shredding paper to add them to her rump. Actually, this is typical nesting behavior and she's saving those pieces for a potential nest. Either way, it's fun to watch.
She cuts straighter with her beak than I do with a pair of scissors
Not a beer drinker
animals/birds etc are fun to watch
Would be faster if she used her thumb and a pair of scissors.
Very cute. No reason to turn on the tv.
That’s cute. What a smart bird. However, I was so sure ‘the little bird’ phrase really meant a young lady. You know, how the British men call their girls ‘Birds’.
Appreciate the link. I found the following video there to be very interesting! ... The one about the standing wheelchair replacement.
I had a lovebird some years ago, but it has since died. Great little birds. Extremely smart and animated. Make great pets.
I might add that my least favorite pet bird is the ubiquitous parakeet. In my experience they tend to be tempermental and difficult to handle. Lovebirds on the otherhand like human attention and are playful. One of the better values for your pet dollar.
I agree. I had a pair of lovebirds. Very fun and interesting. But, boy, were they loud!
I also had a cage of zebra finches that I rescued from the five and dime. Cute birds that were even louder than the love birds.
Also had a cage full of parakeets. Very messy birds. Not was bad as canaries, however.
Don’t have any avian buddies right now. I crave the quiet for some reason.
This bird doesn’t need your coffee...
Peaches doesn’t need coffee to be a hyperdestructive force of beaktastrophe set loose upon this world.
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