Wet Bird Couture: The Bird of Paradise

The 6-plumed bird of paradise is a natural performer.

Or at least the manbird is.

The ladybird is more of a natural watcher.

His responsibilities include preparing the dance floor, cleaning a perch for her, providing the decorations and snacks, AND performing a spectacular dance.

Her responsibilities include showing up, watching all of this, and then deciding if she wants to have eggs with him or not.

Needless to say, especially given the relative choosiness of the feminine candidates, establishing yourself as the manliest 6-plumed manbird in the forest is no easy feat.

The very manly 6-plumed manbird of paradise....in search of a ladybird.
The very manly 6-plumed manbird of paradise….in search of a ladybird. (Image courtesy of BBC Nature)

As such, it takes a very manly, very confident manbird to pull off this signature look.

Wet Bird Couture is proud to introduce its latest must-have look, the “Bird of Paradise.”

Here, notice how the model's very manly manbird plumes provide a colorful contrast to the white feathers around the neck line.
Here, notice how the model’s very manly manbird plumes provide a colorful contrast to the white feathers ringing the neck line.

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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2 thoughts on “Wet Bird Couture: The Bird of Paradise

  1. Brigitte

    Pearl is so handsome. He seems to be petite like my Cachi. No offense, Pearl. You look as manly as a bigger tiel. 😉😘

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    1. Hi Brigitte-yes, Pearl is a “petite” manly manbird-he stays between 75-78 grams at any given time. Of course, to Pearl, if he is petite, then “petite” must be the best size to be! I’m sure Cachi would agree! 🙂

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