(photo by jim ridley)
WAI T I WAN TU ALL TO FEEL A LIL HAPPIE
SO THERE’ S THIESE BIRDS CALLE D FAIR Y WRENS RIGHT AND THERE’S LOTSO DIFENRE TN TYPES BUT THEY’ RE ALL PRETTY LOOOOOOOK
ANYWAY SO IN FAIRY WRENS EVE RY BIRD FINDS A MATE AND THEY RAI SE THE CHI CK S TO GETHER AND HAVE A A TERRITORY TOGETHER
BUT IT’S REALLY COMMON FOR FAIRY WRENS TO CHEAT ON EACH OTH ER AND SOMEITMES HAVE SE X WITH BIRDS WHO ARE NOT THEIR SOCIAL MATE AND SO A LOT OF TTHE TIMES THE BIRD RAISING THE CHIKS IS NOT ACTULLY THEIR GENETIC FATHER
BUT I WAS READING A STUDY AND THEY CASUALLY MENTIONED
THAT MALES FROM SEVERAL SPECIES OF FAIRY WREN HAVE BEEN OBSERVED GOING ONTO THE TERRITORIES OF OTHER MALES TO WOO THEIR LADY BIRDS
AND THEY BRING THE FEMALES LIL FLOWER PETALS AS A GIFT?????
IT’S RLY CUTE AND KIND OF SCANADLOUS BUT RL Y CUTE. NOT ALL AUSTRALIAN ANIMALS WILL HURT U SOME OF THEM WILL JUST BRIN G U A LIL FLOWER PRESENT
hello i have come to seduce you
Why don’t we… Quack open a bottle of wine?
Squeaky and Gary having a wash in the rain.
when you try your best but you dont succeeded
look at this a$$h0!3
no no no no no no no. incredible
give me a goddamn break, Lady Amherst
Collared Crow (Corvus pectoralis)
Also known as the Ring-necked Crow or the White-collared Crow, the Collared Crow is a species of crow that is native to China. Collared crows typically inhabit plains and low lying river valleys, and are fairly common in paddy fields and cultivated regions. Collared crows have a wide diet and will feed mainly on small invertebrates and grains, they will also take carrion if given the opportunity but they take notably less carrion than other species.