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.

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Well, This is Hawkward: Mom Catches Bird of Prey in Bare Hands

One badass mom’s quick reflexes saved her chicken coop from being desecrated by a hungry predator. Last Sunday, Twitter user @Jackalcakes posted this photo: My mother caught a hawk while it was diving to get her chickens and it just has the most confused face ever that this could have gone so wrong pic.twitter.com/qTwApCVmsW— Herro @ MFF (@Jackalcakes) March 19, 2018 Allegedly, Jackalcakes absolute ninja of a mother grabbed the bird of prey moments before it helped itself to some chicken nuggets. The internet, obviously, lost its mind.

Ayam Cemani – Goth Chickens: Enchanted or going through a ‘phase’?

Ayam Cemani chickens are as black as your soul, through and through. They’re a breed of Indonesian chicken found in Indonesia. They have all-black everything, right down to their beaks and bones.

Canuck the Crow causes havoc on Canadian West Coast

Canuck the Crow @canuck_and_i has a rap sheet a mile long, causing mischief and mayhem wherever he goes. The crow is half-domesticated, half-wild, and all hilarious. From stealing active crime-scene evidence to being hired as an actual employee at the PNE the crow is an urban legend come to life.

Dexter The Peacock Banned From United Airlines Has Instagram & It’s Gold

It turns out Dexter The Peacock @dexterthepeacock who was banned from a United Airlines flight to LA has a fire IG account. The flashy bird who was kicked off of a United Airlines flight is actually something of a celebrity. The peacock, whose name is Dexter, lives in Bushwick with his artist mother, Ventiko.

Controversy over United Airlines Banning an Emotional Support Peacock

Emotional support comes in many forms including, apparently, a peacock. A woman brought her massive emotional support peacock to the Newark airport and attempted to fly to LA with it, even going so far as to buy the bird a seat of its own. Airlines will allow emotional support animals to fly with their owners as long as they can fit comfortably in front of the passenger’s seat without obstructing the aisle.

Dog Snatched by Eagle Survives Terrifying Encounter in Pennsylvania

It was a happy ending to a terrifying story for one Pennsylvania family. An 8lb Bichon Frise was snatched out of the families backyard by a massive bird of prey. An eagle decided to turn the fluffy white pup into a snack on one frigid Tuesday in January.

Gang of wild turkeys terrorize small Oregon town

Pilot Rock City has had enough. The residents are tired of cowering in their homes with the blinds drawn while a horde of enraged turkeys terrorizes their community. The fowl-army rolls into Pilot Rock in numbers reaching up to 70, but in classic guerrilla warfare style, the birds splinter into smaller groups when they hit the town.

Ride or Die: top ten hitchhiking animals buds

Think you’ve got a sick whip? Unless you’re a bunny rabbit riding around on a tortoise, no one’s going to care that much about your new car. Check out these adorably hilarious photos of animals riding other animals!

Jennifer Garner unleashes her inner mean girl: walks her chicken and doesn’t give a cluck

Some people are dog people, and some psychopaths prefer cats. But Jennifer Garner isn’t afraid of being outside the norm and identifies as a “Chicken Lady”. The Dallas Buyers Club (2013) actress took her pet chicken, Regina George, on a leashed walk the other day.

Max and Quackers, an unlikely animal friendship guaranteed to melt your heart

Meet Max, a twelve-year-old husky and Quackers, a four-year-old duck. Two best friends living it up in the countryside of Strout, Minnesota. The pair met shortly after Max’s best friend, Sasha had passed away.