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VIDEO: Who's That Birdie In The Mirror?

And why won't he groom me? This conure might be wondering. What do you think?

Jessica Pineda

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This little conure, named Starburst, sees the conure in the mirror, and immediately turns his head toward it. And it made me curious? Did he want the other conure to preen him? Did he like how the mirror felt against his feathers? Did he like the sound his beak makes against the mirror?

I suppose we'll never know, but one thing I do know: this is one cute bird.

What do you think Starburst is doing? Let me know in the comments.

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