The Wicked Witch of the North
Keas are also considered by scientists as one of the smartest birds on the planet. I have the Kea in my Threatened, Endangered, Extinct v3 set. The "other" New Zealand Parrot I have is the Kakapo in Threatened, Endangered, Extinct v2.Yup. (sorry, Kea, not Kia) I think there was a Wild Planet episode on them. Parts of it are online.
And yes, they are parrots. *Alpine* parrots, if you can believe that. And they are smart enough to make themselves a real nuisance. Evidently they were getting close to endangered until they decided to go and panhandle at the ski resorts.
It's on my list for this list to do but it will probably be towards the end of the year. It will include all three species of peafowl (both male and female) and include the albino variant. It's too early to talk pricing but Songbird ReMix sets of that size and complexity have gone for $20, plus or minus. If you need something now, the only DS/Poser peacock I'm aware of is Noggin's at Daz.Just a little question, I didn't know where to post it and since Ken does the best birds I thought maybe he's done one and I just can't find it
I was looking for a Peacock and surprised I can't find one anywhere (well, I can find one, but I can't afford US$20 for one bird ).
Other ratites (emu, rhea, cassowary, tinamous) are on my radar, but I've promised myself that my long-promised Hornbills set comes first.... I guess this is an appropriate time to talk about my 2016 project list again.a kiwi....
with an emu morph
now that would be awesome...
OK Ken, I couldn't believe there was such a thing as an albino peafowl, but I just did a search, and that is one MAGNIFICENT bird. I can't wait to see what you come up with for these birds.It will include all three species of peafowl (both male and female) and include the albino variant.
Yes, the albino peacock is very striking, that's why I want to include it...OK Ken, I couldn't believe there was such a thing as an albino peafowl, but I just did a search, and that is one MAGNIFICENT bird. I can't wait to see what you come up with for these birds.