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User ID: #10
Username: Beaky
Rank: Helper
Gender: Bird
Last Online: 23 Sep 2021, 8:59 pm
Registered: 1 Jul 2016, 12:00 pm

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art by Meekor

Hi, I'm Beaky. I'm a lady who is very in touch with birds and the natural side of life. I love to talk about auras, witchy-things, and life! I also know a bit about reading stones/crystals and tarot fortunes. Feel free to message me if you just want to chat about anything - I'm fairly friendly even if I don't respond right away. Hehe.

You can call me BeakyBirds, Beaky, Bird, Birdie, Bird Mom... basically anything.

Currently Collecting

I'm also a helper which means I'm here to help whenever I can! Have a question? Confused about how to do something? Feel free to shoot me a message with anything you're wondering. I promise, I don't peck!


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Comments 408

    • Thank you for the wanderer, I love her so much!

    • That's my fursona, Hawkward. xD We're fellow birds.

    • ah yes
      the bird queen

    • I love your page Q_Q And your villagers! Birds are absolutely amazing!

    • I rate this page as a bird out of 10.

    • Hi! Im sorry I haven't delivered the piece you commissioned yet!
      It's almost finished, I'm having a lot of irl stuff going on but it should settle down in aa few days!
      Thanks for tthe patience ;v;

    • I am well. I have a lot of homework to do, and some art to finish up, but other than that, fine.
      Thank you for asking momther (if you don’t like that name I can stop)

    • Henlo bird momther how have you been recently?

    • I have a derpy bird story. Couple weeks back went outside in the morning to let the dog out and noticed a female duck quacking loudly and circling our barn. I thought she looked like she was looking for her brood so decided to investigate. Turns out she decided to creep in the small window opening on the back wall and make a nest inside the closed off stall, not thinking about how she would get her babies out once they hatched... Thankfully I found them before they dehydrated.

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