Day 256: Cockatiel Makes a Bed Nest

Cockatiel nests in pillows

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If there is one task all feathered beings excel at, it is multi-tasking.

After all, when you hire a large featherless being for your assistant, someone has to be able to multi-task. And it certainly won’t be your assistant.

Plus, being able to step back and see the bigger picture allows you to spot “win-win” situations early so you can turn them to your advantage.

Take nesting season, for example.

Let’s say you are in the market for a cozy new nest. But all that searching has also quite naturally turned your thoughts to your regularly scheduled afternoon siesta (not to be confused with your regularly scheduled morning or evening siesta).

You realize you are going to have to fit it in somehow – after all, a single, solo and suave manly manbird really needs his beauty rest to stay sharp for the ladybirds!

Then suddenly, out of the corner of your keen (and very cute) round black eye, you spot it – the perfect nest location!

Cockatiel on bed
Suddenly a posh nest appears and you are SO on it!

And one of its best features appears to be – wait for it – a cozy napping station!

Cockatiel near pillows
Just as you suspected – a cozy napping station!

Perfect. A bed-nest. You decide to take it for a test run. After all, how else can you make absolutely sure the ladybirds will really love it?

Cockatiel nests in pillows
A very manly (and very single) solo and suave manbird settles in for a restful nap….just to make sure the ladybirds will really love his new pad, of course.

Will the ladybirds love it? What do you think?

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Published by Shannon Cutts

Animal sensitive and intuitive with Animal Love Languages. Parrot, tortoise and box turtle mama. Dachshund auntie.

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