Wet Bird Couture Presents: The Eastern Kingbird

The Eastern Kingbird (aka Tyrannus tyrannous) gets its name honestly.

For starters, it favors formal feathers even for daily wear – the kind .007 would be proud to be seen in.

Its song has been likened to the sound an electric fence makes when it zaps interlopers.

And potential predators are treated to unannounced dive-bombing of a sort that can knock them off their feet – literally.

An Eastern kingbird displays its formal feathers (image courtesy of Audubon).
An Eastern kingbird displays its impeccable Bond-esque formal feathers while defending its turf from interlopers. (image courtesy of Audubon)

Of course, only the most singular of couture super(bird)models could pull off this rare mix of mojo and moxie.

Which is why Wet Bird Couture is so proud to present its latest must-have look, the “Eastern Kingbird.”

Here, notice how not one formal feather is out of place from the tip of the model's crest down to his manly (and cute) pink feet.
Here, notice how not one formal feather is out of place from the tip of the model’s crest down to his mojo- and moxie-filled (cute) pink feet.

With love (& lots of feathers),

Shannon & Pearl

FebVIPFans2016

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