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Weekend Reading List: Of a Feather

Here at Casa Feathers n Beak, reading is a flock-wide tradition. While some of us like to focus on the words on the page, while others of us prefer to focus on the crispiness of those pages, it is safe to say no book entering this household lacks for attention. So Pearl thought it would be … Continue reading Weekend Reading List: Of a Feather

Wet Bird Couture: The Black Tie

"Black tie" is a style of dress that first became popular in the 19th century. A hybrid of American and British traditions, it is to be worn only after 6 p.m., and - for most people - only in certain circumstances. Of course, if you are James Bond, you can wear black tie whenever you want … Continue reading Wet Bird Couture: The Black Tie

Day 346: Grilled Cheese Descent

As an aerodynamic feathered being who prefers to keep to the heights (both for safety's sake and also to be the first to know about breaking news below), not every dish is worth making the effort of a full scale descent. In fact, only two dishes regularly make the "must descend" dish list. The first will … Continue reading Day 346: Grilled Cheese Descent

Day 236: Indian Instincts

Everyone knows American Indians are both excellent trackers and also quite fond of accessorizing with feathers. So it just makes sense to assume that beings who come with feathers already pre-installed would have even better tracking instincts than these featherless fashion pretenders. Author: Shannon Cutts Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

Wet Bird Couture: The Bald Eagle

The "bald eagle" is, of course, the national bird of the United States. But that is probably just because the people in charge of picking a national bird hadn't seen the "cockatiel" yet. First of all, they look a lot alike - especially when wet. Second of all, cockatiels eat seed and waffles (not eels, … Continue reading Wet Bird Couture: The Bald Eagle

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