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Striking bird, Wllem.

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Elektragheorgheni -Please read 'The Post'

I like figs so much I think I'd like to be one of these fruit eating birds. They seem to be large enough that they aren't preyed upon. Of course since they are flock birds, I'd have to think more about the social aspects of it. Raising a family that way is pretty scary. I would think they they would mate for life as the male bird has so much responsibility---if I were a female bird I wouldn't want to make the wrong choice.smiley - biggrin


Striking bird, Wllem.

Post 2

Dmitri Gheorgheni - Post Editor

Elektra seems to identify with these birds here. smiley - whistle I note the idea that birds need to be picky about mates...

I suspect that her identification with birds does not extend to a willingness to share their diets, since I suspect a bird would't turn up its nose at a caterp-....smiley - run


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Post 3

Willem

Hi Elektra and Dmitri! Glad you liked the article. I think they eat fruit most of the time. Me, I like figs a lot too!


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