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This is a Bird Thread
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Go eat a seed, ugly
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>>2573286
what did you just say!?
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>>2573230
WHONK WHONK WHONK
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>>2573311
I would like a cockerel but I don't know where I'll be from time to time and don't want to give one the final gift if I've came to know him.
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>>2573230
>birb
ahahahahahahahahaahhaahhahahaahahahah
XDDD le upboated
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>>2573911
Is it wise to get that close to nesting albatross? They look big-enough to put on some serious hurt.
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>>2573927

no, hence the "safety" goggles
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>>2573911
>>2573927
>>2573939
How bad could a single peck hurt? It could definitely pierce the skin, but could it fracture bone if it's a hard enough peck? If it goes trough the nose, could it kill with.. one peck...?
[spoiler]One peck birb[spoiler]
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>>2573927
Apparently can become pretty tame
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>>2574019
Those beaks are large, sharp and birds often go for whatever seems most vulnerable, repeatedly.

>>2574030
Probably because they don't see a solitary person as a threat, or at least they've not learned to make that association. I'm sure there are some that freak out because they don't know what you are.
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So i just got a cockatiel and im looking for a hepa air filter for its dander. Any suggestions? This is my first ever bird.
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Dumping birbs
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Got to see one of these beauties in real life, leucistic red kite, not my photo obvs
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>>2574666
>o_o
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Regular colouration
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Last one for now
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>>2574681
Looks like a dragon
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Anyone got that image of the guy spreading that one bird with his hands and you can see that weird skin they use for brooding?
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What is the breed of bird that is in the two panel where it’s in somebody’s hand and it smooshes into an adorable, pudgy pancake?
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Is that Louis Theroux with a massive condor?
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>>2574698
I'm reallt sad for the kakapos, it would be a real shame if they go extinct.
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>>2574690
Based barn owl, I have some that live in my tree house. Started giving them food so now they come on to my deck and are really friendly.
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>>2573778
who are you quoting?
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>>2573778
Bird thread dickhead, not birb

>>2573230
>this is a BIRD thread

Read first you dyslexic fuck
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>,Bush turkeys move in our neighborhood.
>make baby Bush Turkey.
>try to take photo.
>it keeps fleeing, while practicing digging.
>only get 1 /x/ tier photo.
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>>2575528
Post anyway
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You don't know how shitty Bigfoot photos get huh?
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Its been a long time since I visited cryptozoology.com, although I do believe if you look closely you can sort of make out the outline of a sleepy t.rex
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>>2575569
It kept positioning itself behind objects. Surprised it survived, many cats around.
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>>2575600
This is a shame, usually the problem when wild animals stray in to urban/suburban areas.
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ID on this?
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pic is from Cambodia
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how do I attain a crow-bro? should I just go some place where there are some crows regularly and start randomly feeding them?

is this bad? what do they like? I though of sunflower seeds or something, or maybe just regular bird feed?
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thicc
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>>2577296
I've always wanted to teach crows to say obscenities at people.




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