Everyone Falls in Love With This Featherless Lovebird, Send Mini Sweaters To Save Her From Freezing

Everyone Falls in Love With This Featherless Lovebird, Send Mini Sweaters To Save Her From Freezing

The vets shared her story on Facebook - and 23-year-old Isabella Eisenmann fell in love wi...

The vets shared her story on Facebook - and 23-year-old Isabella Eisenmann fell in love wi...

Rhea the Naked Birdie: Bird Who Lost Her Feathers Is So Loved Now This bird lost all her feathers when she got sick — but she has the BEST mom now and can't stop singing

Rhea the Naked Birdie: Bird Who Lost Her Feathers Is So Loved Now This bird lost all her feathers when she got sick — but she has the BEST mom now and can't stop singing

Meet Rhea, a little parrot who suffers from Psittacine beak and feather Disease (PBFD). This featherless  bird has lost its ability to fly but the desire to live keeps the bird going.   A good samaritan named Isabella Eisenmann loves birds so much. SHe adopted Rhea.

Meet Rhea, a little parrot who suffers from Psittacine beak and feather Disease (PBFD). This featherless bird has lost its ability to fly but the desire to live keeps the bird going. A good samaritan named Isabella Eisenmann loves birds so much. SHe adopted Rhea.

Rheas are from South America only and are limited within the continent to Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Peru, and Uruguay. They are grassland birds and both species prefer open land. The Greater Rhea live in open grasslands, pampas, and chaco woodlands. They prefer to breed near water and prefer lowlands, seldom going above 1,500 metres (4,900 ft).

Rheas are from South America only and are limited within the continent to Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Peru, and Uruguay. They are grassland birds and both species prefer open land. The Greater Rhea live in open grasslands, pampas, and chaco woodlands. They prefer to breed near water and prefer lowlands, seldom going above 1,500 metres (4,900 ft).

Family Rheidae: rheas: ratites (flightless birds without a keel on their sternum bone); native to South America; 2 extant speices

Family Rheidae: rheas: ratites (flightless birds without a keel on their sternum bone); native to South America; 2 extant speices

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