53 comments

  • Beau J.
    01/11/2019 08:15

    Its found across the whole of Australia and it is definitely NOT apart of our culture you fuckwits

  • Stephany M.
    01/11/2019 08:37

    Scary. These birds are actively changing their habits to benefit their survival. They’re obviously smarter than humans.

  • Stephania S.
    01/11/2019 08:46

    They really stink I wish they'd go back to their swamps

  • Claire J.
    01/11/2019 08:52

    😂

  • De'Arnne H.
    01/11/2019 11:37

    I'm on the west coast n they're pretty prolific here too. They hang around my place all the time since my neighbour who has since moved out, used to throw bread n other scraps out in the courtyard. They land on the roof above my bedroom every morning n wake me up as they try to maintain their grip/balance. I call them gronk birds cuz of the noise they make. They kind of sound like a goose actually. Here's a song about them https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=mO-OpFjHRbE

  • Sophie W.
    01/11/2019 12:27

    Hey check you out in this vid 😂 see if you can spot yourself x

  • Rita B.
    01/12/2019 02:14

    more birds!

  • ابو و.
    01/12/2019 06:02

    Very nice

  • Suki Y.
    01/12/2019 14:42

    Bin chicken 😂

  • Jerry D.
    01/13/2019 01:39

    👍👍👍

  • Kassie M.
    01/13/2019 05:44

    The ibis here it UT are interesting to watch. Apparently years ago the were greater in number. I would hate to see them disappear in our area and can’t imagine them as pests in cities.

  • Gabrielle M.
    01/13/2019 15:12

    As serious as this matter is. But they look nothing like a chicken!

  • Kaushik D.
    01/13/2019 17:22

    Send their to Sundarban, India.

  • Gordon S.
    01/14/2019 01:52

    sad

  • Yuliantitanuwidjaja
    01/14/2019 14:15

    Klo disini kayaknya kok blekok!

  • Farhan A.
    01/14/2019 19:28

    bro, ik khareed lai 😍

  • Uğur S.
    01/17/2019 19:17

    Sanki kelaynak kın beyazı.

  • Gole K.
    01/17/2019 23:32

    Yes it

  • Riyadh A.
    01/18/2019 18:09

    جميل

  • Raymond S.
    01/20/2019 23:35

    It's just a dirty pest