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Friday Wet Bird Couture: “The Fluff Puff”

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 Presents: “The Ruff”

Friday Wet Bird Couture Presents: “The Ruff”

The Ruff is a rare type of wading sandpiper. It isn’t very difficult to figure out how it got its name (and it’s a darn good thing too, since other descriptions focus on somewhat less flattering features like “pot-bellied” and “gravy boat appearance”). But only the manbirds of the species have the characteristic “ruff” of extra neck … Continue reading