What would birds say if they could talk? Like humans, that is.
Allow us a measure of anthropomorphic license as we put worlds in the beaks of these feathered friends.
Enjoy these candid moments from the avian world – words of a feather. And don’t forget to share the buzz!
Perched on a fence, this handsome male House Finch (Haemorhous mexicanus) scouts the surroundings for intruders, while his better half forages below. From California, USA.
What it if it is a Saturday morning, and there is warm golden sunshine? Some people are always wired up the wrong way, like this infuriated Barn Swallow (Hirundo rustica) seems to be shouting after someone it had tiff with!
This Malabar Starling (Sturnia blythii) is apparently boring the living daylights out of his partner, rambling on about something that is technical beyond the grasp of lesser avians.
This Male Ashy Crowned Sparrow Lark (Eremopterix griseus) seems to be having an average husband moment, under the icy stare of his wife. It’s the same everywhere, fellas !
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