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Friday Wet Bird Couture: The “Sea Hedgehog”

The sea hedgehog is a leisurely being. It is very fond of resting. When not resting, it also enjoys feeding and making more sea hedgehogs. The sea hedgehog may look slow and delicious, but it is equipped with its own inbuilt handy self-defense system.....sharp spines. Some sea hedgehogs really go the extra mile with poisonous … Continue reading Friday Wet Bird Couture: The “Sea Hedgehog”

Friday Wet Bird Couture: Peanut Butter Beaker in the “Baby Harp Seal”

Here at Wet Bird Couture, we get very excited when we discover a fresh new fashionable face. If that face happens to have feathers, we get really excited. And when that fresh new fashionable face has classic grey and white feathers....well....let's just say WBC CEO Pearl wholeheartedly approves. This week's fresh and feathery fashionable face belongs to … Continue reading Friday Wet Bird Couture: Peanut Butter Beaker in the “Baby Harp Seal”

Friday Wet Bird Couture: The “Baby Chick”

In order to be a world-famous supermodel (with feathers), you have to be very creative and versatile. The modeling industry, after all, is quite competitive. There are fresh new faces entering the field every day. Some of these new faces are VERY fresh indeed. Clearly, a super(bird)model who aspires to long-term success must achieve the … Continue reading Friday Wet Bird Couture: The “Baby Chick”

Friday Wet Bird Couture: The “Cattail Reed”

Cattail reeds are large and delicious. They produce many seeds that have been enjoyed by feathered and featherless beings alike as far back as 30,000 years ago! They are also real leaders. They like to colonize new places before all the other beings get there. Once the cattail reeds arrive at a new place, they … Continue reading Friday Wet Bird Couture: The “Cattail Reed”

Monday Happys: Wearable Couture

There are so many great reasons to include a feathered being in your life. For instance, feathered beings are very cute and pretty. They are also chock-full of fashion tips. Let's say you're having one of "those" Mondays. You aren't feeling pretty. Or handsome. Or fashionable. But lucky for you, you have an in-house couture consultant … Continue reading Monday Happys: Wearable Couture

Friday Wet Bird Couture: The “Cape Crow”

The Cape Crow is a member of the exclusive (and highly intelligent) Corvidae family of birds. Not only can Corvids demonstrate self-awareness, learn words and make tools, but their brain-to-body mass is nearly equal that of the large featherless beings. Yet Corvids manage to stuff all those brains into a small, cute feathery body - while … Continue reading Friday Wet Bird Couture: The “Cape Crow”

Friday Wet Bird Couture: “The Loch Ness Monster”

The Loch Ness Monster is a fearful being of smoke, mirrors and mystery. A natural at "covert ops" (complete with its own code name, "Nessie"), the Loch Ness Monster continues to elude even the most dedicated counter-intelligence agents who periodically conduct searches of its (alleged) home base of operations beneath the placid waters of Loch … Continue reading Friday Wet Bird Couture: “The Loch Ness Monster”

Friday Wet Bird Couture: “The Fluff Puff”

When you have feathers and you cohabitate with an interspecies flock that includes large featherless beings, you just never know what they might bring home. Sometimes, it is just awful (like new flock mates that have shells....the worst idea ever). But then sometimes, the new item is so posh and comfy and cozy, you want to pay … Continue reading Friday Wet Bird Couture: “The Fluff Puff”

Friday Wet Bird Couture: “The Royal Flycatcher”

The male Amazonian royal flycatcher (or just "royal flycatcher" for short), is a real ladybird's manly manbird. It doesn't have to buy her flowers, feed her delicacies, or even spend time constructing a posh nest in the hope that she will pick him to make eggs with. Nope. He just waits until a pretty ladybird wings by … Continue reading Friday Wet Bird Couture: “The Royal Flycatcher”

Friday Wet Bird Couture: “The Guitarfish”

The guitarfish is not really a fish. It's not really a ray either. Nor is it a shark. It is more like a fish-ray-shark, and one that has serious black ops skills at that. The guitarfish can pump water over its own gills, allowing it to stalk prey without moving a muscle. The prey will … Continue reading Friday Wet Bird Couture: “The Guitarfish”

Friday Wet Bird Couture: “The Thorny Dragon”

The thorny dragon hails from the Land Down Under, where it is known as a master of deception and disguise. When a thorny dragon wants to drink, it just touches the water with any body part and absorbs what it needs. When a predator tries to sneak up on it, the thorny dragon dips its … Continue reading Friday Wet Bird Couture: “The Thorny Dragon”

Friday Wet Bird Couture: “The Sparkling Violetear”

The sparkling violetear is a vision to behold. It is also an extremely enthusiastic singer. It is so enthusiastic, in fact, that the violetear has been known to repeat its signature song over and over (and over and over and over) again for (very) long periods of time. It sings to defend its turf. It sings … Continue reading Friday Wet Bird Couture: “The Sparkling Violetear”

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