Day 167: Attracting a Ladybird

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In nearly every feathered species, it is the manbird who does the pursuing, and the ladybird who does the deciding.

Ladybirds are known to be quite choosy, looking for suitors with the glossiest feathers, smoothest moves, and best overall presentation.

Even the manliest manbirds can spend months (years!) working on their courtship routines before all that hard work pays off….at which point, of course, it becomes totally worth it!

Boy, I sure do hear a lot of feminine singing coming from this direction.
Boy, I sure do hear a lot of feminine singing coming from this direction.
And from over in that direction too!
And from over in that direction too!
I think now would be the perfect time to work on my courtship routine.
I think now would be the perfect time to work on my courtship routine.
Once the ladybirds get an eyeful of my moves, they will know their search is over.
Once the ladybirds get an eyeful of my moves, they will know their search is over.
Oh yeah, I got it....
Oh yeah, I got it….
Yeah, yeah, I got it.....
Yeah, yeah, I got it…..
Stand back, Mom....you don't want to get knocked over when the ladybirds storm the gate!
Stand back, Mom….you don’t want to get knocked over when the ladybirds storm the gate!

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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Published by Shannon Cutts

Cockatiel, redfoot tortoise and box turtle mama. Author, writer, pet & people blogger.

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