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Day 113: Roosting

Roosting is not as easy as it looks.

First, you have to find an advantageous spot – such a spot will have ample protection from the elements, a good vantage point for covert opps (such as stalking the featherless being’s victuals), and of course the comfort of a stable perch.

Plus you need to be prepared to defend your prime roosting spot from others who might also enjoy roosting there.

Finding an advantageous roost is (almost) as awesome as finding an unguarded waffle.
Finding an advantageous roost is (almost) as prime as finding an unguarded waffle.
Of course, you must also make sure to look sufficiently threatening to scare off other roosters.
Of course, you must also make sure to look sufficiently threatening to scare off other interested roosters.

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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8 thoughts on “Day 113: Roosting

  1. Sharron, my twin sister and I recently discovered your blog and are in love! We have a Pearl Cockatiel, who we have lovingly named “Birdish,” The three of us (plus our dog Zvi) live in Nashville, TN. Thank you for sharing a little bit of joy with us each day!

    1. Oh how CUTE!! I would love to see pics of Birdish (you can post on Pearl’s Love and Feathers Facebook page if you want to!). Sweet family you have – thanks for reading and sharing! πŸ™‚

  2. I enjoy this everyday. How you come up with different things everyday is amazing. I love your sweet little birdie.

  3. What an amazing set up for Pearl’s roosting. By that look on his face, he’s in heaven, but really making sure no one else tries to move in.

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