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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.
Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts
8 thoughts on “Day 113: Roosting”
Your comments are so fun…
Awww – thanks! And thanks for reading my feathery baby’s blog! 🙂
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!
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! 🙂
I enjoy this everyday. How you come up with different things everyday is amazing. I love your sweet little birdie.
Thank you, Katy – I am so glad you are enjoying it! It is so fun to write (and Pearl makes it easy because he is so curious about EVERYTHING!) 🙂
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.
Yes – he is defending his “territory.” Which is funny since my whole house (excuse me, his whole house) is also his territory. 😉