birdworlds:

Owning a Raven is a lot of work, in America African Ravens & crows are legal to own. I’ve interacted with companion ravens before and they are fantastic. Seeing this incredible bird free flying and playing in the air while knowing he is keeping his eye on us and will come back.

theroadgoes-ever-on:

masterboggins:

smokinshield:

moonblossom:

marie-the-werecoyote:

ceebee-eebee:

How YOU doin?

OH GEBUS THE BIRD HAS EYEBROWS

This makes me vaguely uncomfortable.

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[I AM SO DONE WITH YOU RIGHT NOW. GO TO BED SMOKIE]

200% done with this site

villianousstrawberry:

combatbrodom:

meowgoninsnowshoes:

look, this crow is triumphantly riding a majestic steed

SHADOWFAX, LORD OF ALL— wait…

IT’S A BIRD

RIDING ANOTHER BIRD

DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEA HOW HAPPY THIS MAKES ME!?!?!?!?

iguanamouth:

birds are so ridiculous how do they even all exist???

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fuckin

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crazy ass

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bobbleheaded

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tiny motherfuckin

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i dont even

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things that dont make any sense

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dragon faced

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jesus christ is that a duck

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some kind of prehistoric nonsense

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holy shit where is your beak even birds, BIRDS

I FUCKING LOVE HOW THEY ALL GO TO THE EDGE LIKE “Oh shit. Did they die?”

the one that doesnt move nigga just stretch his neck to look over

lawlspy:

Feels porn.

dsylecxia:

recently i learned that crows and ravens have a baffling habit of sneaking up on other animals and pulling on their tails

the behavior seems to be relatively universal among various species of crows and ravens across the world

they seem to do it with anything they can find that has a tail, ranging from something as small and harmless as squirrels to something as large and deadly as eagles

i have absolutely no idea what their motives are, other than to be mischievous and cute