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The Mountain Outlet Nightjar is a fuzzy little noctornal bird. S/he lives in these places: Siyoubrig, Arfak Mountains, Vogelkop Peninsula, West Papua (Indonesia), New Guinea.
Picture from Josep del Hoyo.
These are my cockatiels Hero and Bernie. I adopted them both from different owners and they were both in a sense abused. Bernie, when I first got him a year ago was underweight and very aggressive. Hero, I got from a pet shop where his owner abandoned him. He’s bald on the top of his head and was only slightly underweight but on a seed diet because of the petstore.
Neither of them had ever really been hand trained and liked to bite. They both also suffered from something we call learned helplessness. Since I got them I’ve given them a good home where they receive more love and attention then even I do. They’re both really healthy now and love to play with all of their nice new toys and whatever they can manage to pick up.
Female yellowthroat… stuffing her cute little fat self with bugs.
gulaab: I know it’s a slim chance to post it on here, but our bird was a best friend to my family. He was a companion; he had been with us for almost 10 years. My mom was walking out the door and he flew on her head, she moved her head and he flew out the door. As we called his name, he responded but it got dark and we don’t know where he went. Our family has been looking for him since then, going to parks, pet shops, etc.
His name was Tutu. He was friendly, very social, loved to sit on shoulders/heads. He loved to say his name and whistle. His crest was one of the longest/softest I had ever seen. He probably is around the area.
He lost near 186th ST in Hialeah/Miami, FL. Even if you don’t live near there, please reblog it - you never know who may see it. Please help me and my family, we are devastated.
"My baby zebra finches are little fattieeeeeeeeees"
mustardhills: My bird, Cinnamon. We call her Beepers ‘cause she beeps.
i literally cannot with this bird