Wet Bird Couture: The Jet Plane

Jet planes and parrots have a lot in common.

For instance, both have wings.

Both also “take off” and “land” frequently.

And both need regular maintenance to stay looking (and flying) at their best.

A freshly maintained sleek jet plane looking quite fine while airborne.
A freshly maintained sleek jet plane looking quite fine while airborne (image courtesy of Wikipedia).

In the same way, if you have wings and feathers (which of course are just eco-friendly versions of those jet propulsion packs they strap onto the wings of less attractive “manmade” flyers) you need to make sure you keep your wings, fuselage, cockpit, tail, and landing gear in pristine condition.

Introducing the “Jet Plane,” the newest must-have look from Wet Bird Couture.

Notice how the feathers of the wings, tail flaps, fuselage, cockpit, and propeller are all nicely air-drying by lifting up, up, and away from the neck line.
Notice here how the feathers of the model’s wings, tail, fuselage, cockpit, and landing gear are all nicely air-drying by lifting up, up, and away from the neck line.

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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