Birds are becoming increasingly popular pets, and social media has a lot to do with it. From parrots to canaries, birds come in a vast array of shapes, colors, and personalities. Some birds have even amassed millions of followers! Some birds are just up to no good.
Everyone that’s ever had a cockatoo, lived with one, or had a friend with one, knows there’s never a dull moment when one is in the room. They snap things, break them, and screech their way into our hearts and that’s especially the case with Harley the Cockatoo. Harley rocks out to say the least.
In London on July 28, a hotel chef named Dean Wade heard tires screeching and a huge crash. He went outside and saw a pickup truck had crashed right into the front of a store. RPU, @ChippenhamCPT and @NPAShq dealing with this minor injury (but extensive damage) RTC in Malmesbury.
Based out of Mays Landing, N.J., Laurie Zaleski is the founder of Funny Farm Rescue & Sanctuary, a nonprofit animal rescue. ” Funny Farm” cares for more than 600 residents from chickens in diapers to three legged donkeys. And even though Zaleski is overseeing one of the largest animal rescues in the Northeast, she still found time to pen her inspirational memoir, Funny Farm, which was published this spring.
We’ve heard of cats causing trouble when they want attention, but a cockatoo? This 23 year old cockatoo named Harley, has spent it’s live terrorizing table settings and we have the video to prove it.
Local South African bush scout, Zaheer Ali, was driving around when he stumbled on a lone rhino chomping down on some grass. However, something was different. A perched little oxpecker sat comfortably on his horn – A Red-Billed Bird. Red-billed birds are often spotted flying around and sitting on the backs of black rhinos but this one was in a very different pose.
Today’s unlikely animal friendship features Jack and Diane, two American kids growin’ up in the heartland. Just kidding. They’re a donkey and an emu who are super in love.
Chicken diapers are a thing. And, chicken enthusiasts love them. Julie Baker, the owner of Pampered Poultry @pamperedpoultry, was just as surprised as you when she discovered the high demand for her custom-made chicken diapers.
A flamingo was spotted in the wild in South Texas by Ben Shepard, an intern with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Quickly ID’d as notorious fugitive Flamingo No. 492 who authorities report has been on the lam for thirteen long years. In 2005, forty flamingos travelled from Tanzania to the Wichita County Zoo in Kansas.