[Let's see...need some more orange around the eye. Boy, I got a lot of blue left, too. Did I miss something somewheres?]
Gizzy’s idea of a blind date means giving an eye exam.
“Hi, Here’s a photo I took of my 2 Peachface Lovebird cuties – Gizzy & Momma. I think I interrupted their kiss! Hope you think they’re as fabulous as I do.” -Anna V.
At twilight, just before Easter, when the sun is low and the bunnies are high, you may see the Mythical Bunny Bird way up in the trees, laying Easter eggs for the good girls and boys.
Via Flickr-er Anissa Wood.
If your head just winds up and goes BOING after watching this, that’s kinda where we found it.
Some of the top YT comments on the video:
“I can’t help but feel there’s actually a tiny Japanese woman trapped inside that bird.”
“Spent two years learning Japanese and this bird speaks better than i do :/”
“Yeah, but I bet this bird can’t post on YouTube on its own.”
“They say it’s a finch but I think it’s half finch, half rock star. At the California Wildlife Center.” -KB.
If not, here you go! “Japan does it again – teeny tiny parakeet Bebeh.” -Randy H.
[Now, until you learn how to fly, you’re gonna have to walk. It pays to be extra careful! Once you do learn how to fly, the skies the limit.”
A baby sandhill crane with parents. From the Planet Earth Twitter, via Meg B.
(Say like Cliff Clavin-) “Ah, Nahm, this is the Ploceus Baglafecht Reichnowi most common in Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zambia. But any elementary school kid knows that.”
Whew. Thanks, Cliff. Now let’s hear from our Sender-Inner, shall we?
“(This is also known as) a Reichenow’s Weaver that I saw in an awesome aviary while on vacation a couple weeks ago. Photos by Kate S.”
When nobody in the pet shop was looking, Ethel and Roger liked to re-enact the famous upside-down kissing scene from the first “Spider-Man” movie.
Via Mariposa Veterinary on Flickr.