bird

A bird's eye view of a life in flight.

  • Eli Guardiola
    Published about a month ago
    "Polly is want a Bump?"

    "Polly is want a Bump?"

    In 2010, Colombian police were tipped off about a suspected cartel hideout in the city of Barranquilla, Colombia. As the police prepared for this undercover raid, they had miscalculated one tiny detail when attempting to seize the criminals by surprise.
  • James Schmidt
    Published 2 months ago
    Mets fan names bird after Yoenis Cespedes

    Mets fan names bird after Yoenis Cespedes

    Angelina Heather Rizzo, 28, of Islandia New York, bought “Yoenis Birdspedes” aka, Yoenni, from Pet Supplies Plus in Central Islip on May 1st, 2018. Yoenis was quickly given the name “Yoenis Birdspedes” by Rizzo after popular New York Mets outfielder Yoenis Cespedes.
  • Jackson McCain
    Published 2 months ago
    The Owl

    The Owl

    Photography is an art all within itself. I love to stop and snap pictures of things that are "out of the ordinary." On this special day, I was off to work on a beautiful cool country morning. Living in a small picturesque town where everyone knows everyone. A regular small town, USA.
  • Jen G
    Published 2 months ago
    Bird's Eye View.

    Bird's Eye View.

    Capturing the environment is a true love of mine. To focus on and create a lasting image of a moment in nature provides not only a thrill, but a sense of purpose in my life.
  • Packrat Poet
    Published 4 months ago
    Bad Bird

    Bad Bird

    Much to my finger's dismay
  • Donna Ryan
    Published 4 months ago
    10 Questions for Beginning Birdwatchers

    10 Questions for Beginning Birdwatchers

    If you want to get involved in birdwatching, you can make it more interesting by knowing some facts about birds. Test your bird knowledge by answering the following questions.
  • Azaris Morales
    Published 4 months ago
    Diary of a Working Housewife (Part 10)

    Diary of a Working Housewife (Part 10)

    On April 12, 2020, I received to my private rescue, two beautiful Indian Ringneck baby birds with a condition called "spraddle legs". Spraddle-legs or splay-legs is a condition that happens when birds are still immature. It occurs when abnormal lateral forces on the legs and feet cause the long bones (femurs) and sockets of the upper leg (acetabula) to distort and bend outward or sideways. Both legs are usually affected by this condition. This can be caused by the mom sitting too hard or too long on them or not enough bedding in the nest box. In the case of these two baby birds, this condition was the result of not having enough bedding.
  • Beverly Erickson
    Published 4 months ago
    Todi Cockatoo

    Todi Cockatoo

    How can I describe the feeling I have for my beloved pet. I met her in a pet store in 1976. She lived at Mr. Friendly Pet Shop in South Bend, Indiana. She was not for sale as was the owner’s pet. She stood on a t- stand in the center of the store and greeting customers as they would enter the store. I would pet her as I walked by with my 4 year old daughter. As I watched the parrot’s eyes spark and she bounced on her perch. She would remember me every time I walked in the store. Some times she would shout “Hi there Love!” Cockatoos are noted to be good talkers and their clown like activity. I was so impressed with her and could not get her out of my mind.
  • Dan Asher
    Published 4 months ago
    Heidi the Hummingbird

    Heidi the Hummingbird

    Heidi the Hummingbird: Heidi Saves A Bumble Bee
  • Dan Asher
    Published 4 months ago
    Dottie the Duck

    Dottie the Duck

    Dottie the Duck: The Winter Ahead
  • Patrick Kuklinski
    Published 6 months ago
    Collecting Feathers - the Legal Way

    Collecting Feathers - the Legal Way

    Collecting feathers is, for many, a fun pastime we’ve held onto since childhood. A bright bluejay feather or elegant woodpecker primary makes an interesting ornament that catches the eye. But unfortunately, what many aren’t aware of is that it isn’t that simple. Simply taking home a pretty feather can be highly illegal - but not in all cases. So what feathers can you keep, and which are best to leave be?
  • Patrick Kuklinski
    Published 6 months ago
    Why Pigeons, Not Parrots, Are The Ideal Avian Companions

    Why Pigeons, Not Parrots, Are The Ideal Avian Companions

    As a society, we don’t appreciate pigeons much. They’re known for being dirty, annoying, and covering everything from sidewalks to national monuments with their feces. Pigeons haven’t had a great public image — to most, they are dumb and disease ridden birds. But in reality, this couldn’t be further from the truth. References to domestic pigeons are found both in Egyptian hieroglyphs and Mesopotamian cuneiform tablets. Pigeons have been bred for thousands of years to work at our sides — many giving their lives to aid us as messengers of war. And yet, they are far from most people’s preferred avian pet — a parrot of various species, despite how little captivity suits them.