Monday, November 29

“Protect your cubs from natural enemies”… ‘Fur Hunting’ at the risk of the bird’s life

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Some birds run away by plucking animal hair or even stealing human hair. There’s a good reason for that, let’s see. A bird appears near the fox taking a leisurely nap.

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Some birds run away by plucking animal hair or even stealing human hair.

There’s a good reason for that, let’s see.

A bird appears near the fox taking a leisurely nap.

But soon after, he taps the fox’s body and pulls out the fur.

Not once or twice, the fox must have been quite sick.

With a chubby body, white cheeks and a cute beak, she has a cute appearance.

They make their meals with a variety of insects, and among them, mosquitoes and caterpillars are said to be their favorite.

In winter, when food is scarce, they also enjoy eating seeds.

Chickpeas are actually just as common a bird as sparrows.

In Korea, there are four species, namely blackbird, black-tailed bird, and black-tailed bird.

There is a saying that these chicks ‘pluck other animal hair’ when they build their nests, and they even pluck human hair like this.

There are unavoidable circumstances for doing this.

[조성열/국립청도숲체원 팀장 : 박새가 살아있는 포유류의 털을 뽑아서 둥지를 일부 활용하는데, 둥지에 보온 효과를 높이기 위해서, 또 하나는 천적으로부터 새끼들을 보호하려고, 포유류의 털을 이용해서 집을 지었을 때, 본인의 천적이 되는 다른 새나 파충류로부터 포유류의 냄새를 풍기기 때문에, 적을 막을 수 있다고 생각해서 그런 행동을 하는 것 같습니다.]

Stealing fur can cost you your life, but you risk it for your young.

Not only that, even though other birds that live in temperate climates also behave in this way, only the blackbird was unfairly branded.

[박찬열/국립산림과학원 연구관 : 박새는 좀 둔한 것처럼 보이지만은 그래도 도시에도 잘 적응하고, 사람들이 만들어 놓은 집이나 이런데도 잘 적응하고. (강한 친구네요.) 네, 사람하고도 친근하게 (지내는) 붙임성이 좋은 그런 새라고 보면 될 것 같습니다.]

Although a little mischievous and mischievous, the titanic bird is said to eat about 200 to 500 insects a day, reducing the population of the main pests, mosquitoes and cicadas.

There’s a reason I can’t hate it.

▶ Long Valjean of the bird world who secretly steals even the hair from pulling it out

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