Look how thin and long his neck and legs are! Dad said when he went to South Africa, they made Ostrich Egg Omelets for breakkie every morning. One egg (which was huge!!) could make many many breakkie sets for the hoomans. He brought home one empty egg shell as a souvenir which was quite dumb I think.
This must be Miss Ostrich since her neck and legs are PINK! Do you think she's related to the PINK flamingos? Maybe a distant cousin or sumthing? Oooo..she even highlighted her feathers!
It must be awfully tiring to bend down so low just to get a drink or eat their food.
Mom loves these next set of pikctures and she thinks she did a great job. I have to agree for once. I did not need to peer closely and figure out what she's trying to capture (yeah, remember the cage & toucan pikture?). These lorries are bootiful. They have extremely vibrant colours.
Look at those lorries relaxing. Mom says they are very tame and will fly to any hooman offering them food! Sounds like me...but I can't fly...I'll run over to the hooman instead. LOL!! In fact, there's a food kiosk for the visitors to purchase their food so they can feed the lorries and take pikctures too!
I love the colorful birdies!! I wish I was there to chase them away!!!
Psst..did you see that stupid hooman standing there? Is she still looking at me?
Another bootiful birdie posing for Mom.
Finally, Mom's BESTEST work of the day. A headless birdie!! :)
I hope you enjoyed all the pikctures from the bird park. It sure looked like a fun place to go. I'm sure you missed my pikctures so yeah, this is not a birdie blog and the next post I promise will be about ME.
PS : Dad took the exact same pikture of the headless birdie from another angle. Let me see if I can get my paws on that.