Answer My (Weird) Questions #7

What’s the Rarest Bird You’ve Ever Seen?

My Answer:

I’m guessing it’s rare. I have no idea what it’s called, but it was about the size of a crow, maybe smaller, with blue wings and a long red beak – too long for its body.

Never seen it before. Never seen it again.

Hopefully I didn’t hallucinate it.

Leave your answers in the comment section below.

11 thoughts on “Answer My (Weird) Questions #7

  1. In my case, as I currently live in Chile and LOVE exploring the Andes, it’s a Condor. Gliding high, tracing circles in the sky, raised by currents of hot air. Majestic, mysterious and effortless. The thing that most surprises me about this bird among other things including it’s gargantuan proportions, is that they actually decide when their moment of passing has come… They fly up really high in a final effort, just to release all control and plummet to the ground, effectively committing a sort of dramatic suicide.

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    1. You just made my day with this answer.
      I had to Google what a Condor was, and gosh. They look beautiful. I’ll be sure to remember you for telling me this if at all I’m lucky enough to see one myself someday. ❀☺

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      1. I’m sure you will be!!! Life is sooooo long and full of wondrous unexpected moments πŸ™‚ Big hug!

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    1. Damn, I didn’t know there were a real one out there.

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      1. Me neither, they are just spirit animals πŸ˜‰

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  2. a bedraggled white-eyed honey eater trying to eat a Hoya flower

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  3. I wish I could say I had seen one, but I don’t know if I have….seen lots of birds though πŸ™‚

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  4. A red tailed hawk. I live in an incredibly urban city, so it was a shock and very exciting. Eventually lead to my fascination with corvids.

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