Alexa is Missing & Morty’s in Jail

IMG_20181018_145440In November’s Beneath the Cage Grate issue, we will learn of some mysterious shenanigans that have led to Alexa’s disappearance and Morty being thrown in jail!  Get ready for another wacky tale of mischief and mayhem from our resident sage, Morty.  Will Morty escape the law?  He’s in some serious trouble.  Credible birdie intel sources tell The Roost that Morty may have challenged a foe much more cunning than he could ever have imagined!

Stay tuned!

The Roost Online – October Issue!

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Welcome to the October Edition of The Roost Online!  In this issue, we’ve got a story from Sherri on Halloween Hi-jinks from Bubbles and Zack, crabby yet hilarious advice from Morty, a cute new Cheeks cartoon, current bird news from social media, and a fun Sudoku game with a neat birdie twist!

As always, if you have any comments, suggestions or material you’d like to share with The Roost Online, feel free to DM us on Twitter – @theroostonline , we look forward to hearing from you!

Enjoy!

News on the Wing – October Edition

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It’s hard to keep up with all the bird-related news and happenings on social media, so why not head on over to News on the Wing to see some of the best Tweets captured over the last few weeks!

If there are news articles or events from social media you think we should highlight in upcoming editions of The Roost, send us a DM on Twitter – @theroostonline with the details!

The Roost Sudoku!

This month, we have a birdie-based Sudoku game from Tiellover to tease your noggin’!  For all Sudoku lovers out there, Tiellover has put a feathered twist on one of the world’s most addictive puzzle games!

So, grab your pencil and visit Feather Fun to test your Sudoku skills – birdie style!

Halloween Hi-jinks

by Sherri Moorer

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We live in the woods, so we don’t get trick-or-treaters. Despite the spooky ‘vibe’ of Halloween, it turns out that people don’t really want to take an adventure down our driveway to find out what lay on the other ends of the trees. It’s just as well. Zack bit a princess twelve years ago when we were in a neighborhood. He had moral objections to trick-or-treating. The kids wanted to pet him, he thought they were mooches, and he didn’t understand why they screamed when they fed him their fingers because he should get a treat, too. It was a bad situation. Halloween has been less dramatic since we moved to family land in 2008.

Of course, that means we’ve had to find other ways to celebrate the holiday.

Find out how Zack, Bubbles and the family celebrate Halloween on Feathered Frenzy.

Morty the Crank

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In the October edition, Morty has been called upon to provide advice to a distraught apartment dweller whose birdie companions are becoming too noisy for the neighbors.  This parront is desperate for a soundproofing solution to her problem.  Morty may have just the answer – but, there are a few bugs to be worked out first. As a side note, Morty’s dealing with his own issues regarding noise and remote controls (and Alexa) that are making him rather cranky.

Read Morty’s hilarious yet cranky response on Beneath the Cage Grate.  Y’all might want to put your remote controls and appliances on lock down before reading, just in case!

Relaxing this Sunday? Catch up with The Roost!

Sept announcementWhat could be more relaxing than enjoying a Sunday Siesta in a cushy armchair and catching up with The Roost’s crazy flock!  Catch up with Morty, and then why not head over to get up to speed on how Bubbles and Zack are attempting to keep their mom on the straight, narrow- and sane path!  Sunday chuckles are guaranteed on It’s A Birb Thing!

Grab that pencil and enjoy one of our games!  Catch up on what’s been happening around social media on our News page.

So relax, catch up, and tell us what you think of The Roost!  Have a great Sunday Everybirdie!  October edition on the way soon!

The earliest known animal? — Why Evolution Is True

The Ediacaran fauna, a group of extinct species that lived between 571 and 541 million years ago, has been an evolutionary anomaly. Its fossil record contains multicellular organisms, but they are just plain weird, bearing little resemblance to present-day metazoan (multicellular) animals. The two species of “dickinsoniids” shown below, for example, lack a mouth or […]

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