Most birds fly south in the winter. The question is, if we could provide our feathered friends with warm winter clothes, would they stick around even through the coldest months? Bird winter clothes are available and sold in many pet shops.
Photoshop any birds wearing warm clothes for the winter (coats, hats, boots, etc). Any birds are accepted in this contest, even the exotic birds that never saw winters.
Many thanks to LunaC for the themepost.
Bird clothes are becoming popular among bird owners.
People buy fashionable stuff for their birds, ranging from simple decorative clothes to whole hoodies and whole warm "flight suits" to keep their birds warm during winter. The full flight suits sport a so-called bird diaper bag, that needs to be emptied every 3-4 hours. This way the bird will not crap on anyone's head or neighbors' car. What will they think of next?
Photoshop "birds of fashion", wearing any clothes, hats, glasses, and/or jewelry items.
Say hello to
Microraptor - a newly discovered flying feathered dinosaur that liked to catch fish, like eagles. Microraptor lived about 120 million years ago, and is yet another link in the scientific theory that says all birds descended from smaller species of dinosaurs.
Scientists like to affectionately call all dinosaurs with feathers "fuzzy dinosaurs".
Combine any type of dinosaur with any bird, thus creating a new species.
You can also also use lizard photos as sources, since it's hard to find good dinosaur images.
P.S. Don't forget that penguins are birds too :)
Bird flu (avian influenza) outbreak that started in Africa is now spreading to China, Mexico, US, and Europe.
The new mutation of this virus is dangerous not only to birds but also to humans, who may get it through close contact with infected birds. If not treated properly within the first week of infection, bird flu can be deadly. Millions of bird flu masks will soon be needed if the virus spreads to any big cities.
Photoshop birds being sick with bird flu, and how they may cope with it. Here's a good example.
Ever since Romney mentioned "Big Bird" at last week's debate, the Sesame Street character has been in the spotlight and now stars in a new ad from President Obama's campaign.
The message from the Romney campaign? "Enough already!"
Online and on social media, Obama's team has been actively pushing the Big Bird criticism of Romney, including the correlation between Sesame Street and tighter regulations on Wall Street they claim Romney opposes.
Obama's team has also deployed a person dressed in a yellow bird costume to Romney's campaign events in order to drive home their message. Sesame Street is upset about the blatant use of its very much children's character, Big Bird, in Obama's ad for political purposes. "Pull the ad, or else", they said.
Photoshop Big Bird any way you wish. Showing how Big Bird could be misused by Obama election team is a plus.