Wet Bird Couture Presents: Birds Gone (Um) Wild

Cockatiels originally hail from the land down under (aka Australia).

When the Australians discovered gold in the early 1900’s, they also discovered their country’s real jackpot – immense flocks of wild cockatiels.

Shortly after that, the Europeans showed up to get their own glimpse of these great wild flocks and were so smitten with their beauty they named them Nymphicus after the lovely nymphs of ancient mythology.

A representative image of what those early Europeans must have seen (and fallen in love with). (Image courtesy of Wikipedia)

A representative image of the beautiful wild flocks those early Europeans must have seen (and fallen in love with). (Image courtesy of Wikipedia)

Today, it is common practice for modern tiels to select one or more large featherless assistants to manage their fan clubs, take publicity requests and handle the always-lurking paparazzi.

Since most featherless beings are known to be docile, eager to serve and slavishly devoted to feathers, this arrangement typically works out well for both parties.

In this post, Wet Bird Couture pays homage to the cockatiel with a special one-of-a-kind new look called “Birds Gone Wild.”

Here, notice how the model effortlessly evokes the beauty of mythological nymphs even while perched on his large featherless assistant.

Here, notice how the modern model effortlessly evokes the timeless beauty of ancient mythological nymphs even while perched on the hand of his docile and devoted large featherless assistant.

With love (& lots of feathers),

Shannon & Pearl

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