Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Birds of a Feather: From Humboldt to Zinder


There is a global mutual aid society that has existed for centuries.
The members consist of winged ones and hooved ones.
You can find them most anywhere, from Humboldt to Zinder.
Ah, we humans have so much to learn.


This post was inspired by the latest story at Ishtar's Ark.
Please visit Esther and say hello.

5 comments:

Once Upon an Equine said...

Even birdies like to go horseback riding. Very cute!

Sydney_bitless said...

Cute. I find poop on Indigo's back often. My my! Does that horsie there have a laced back? Not too often you see that.

Lori Skoog said...

Isn't it nice to read Esther's posts these days... Last month there was a bird on my pony. Guess it's happening all around the world.

Pat said...

Amazing! And I thought only birds in Africa do this! I love it--great shots.

Esther Garvi said...

I love your post! Animal symbiosis can teach us all how to live side-by-side...

That said, the Zinder birds send their greetings to their counterparts in Humboldt! :-)