Hungry Birds

Timo
April 27th 2011

A while ago I wrote a post about birds which tried to adapt to the city by singing louder and in different tones than before.

Now it seems the birds have taken this adaptation to the next level and started tweeting, in the digital variant. While they already lend their image and name to this popular service, they could never use it until the people of the Latvian weekly magazine "Ir" made Birds on Twitter.

A keyboard made of fat allows the birds to tweet while they eat. Check out the poetry of the birds @hungry_birds.
Unfortunately we will have to wait until November before they start tweeting again, as spring is setting in, which means there is much more to do than tweeting all day long.

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cruz
Posted 28/04/2011 – 16:44

Well, they're not alone:
http://colonia.pt/index.php?/47/micro-gallery/
http://twitter.com/#!/The_BirdWatcher
http://www.youtube.com/user/TheBirdWatcher001

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