Choosing to live in a flock (rather than on your own) has its advantages.
Especially if you are the “alpha” flock member.
Plus, at some point even the most suavely solo manbird may decide to settle down.
But even taking up a life of domestic bliss doesn’t mean everything gets shared.
Manly manbirds still need a place (places) to call their own.
For some, it might be in front of a particularly large rectangular glowing thing.
For others, it might be on a field swinging a metal stick at a small round object.
For still others, it might be atop their very own “wicker wheel for one.”
Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts
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