The birds at Vancouver's Bloedel Conservatory are so accustomed to the presence of humans that they're even more fearless than urban pigeons; they will buzz visitor's heads or just walk around on the paths like it ain't no thing at all. Then there's this bird, which I think is some kind of Chinese pheasant but could just as easily not be one - hey! Yellow bird! Where are you going? You don't work there, you just live there! Can't you read the sign?
Birds today, I swear.
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