Today is #GivingTuesday. Cooper decided she wanted to use the money she has made from her Redbubble shop to donate to her local bird rescue, Free Flight Exotic Bird Sanctuary.
To celebrate the 8 days of Hanukkah, Cooper is giving away 2 sets of adorable blue budgie stickers.
You can enter here by commenting “Stick it to me!” in the comment section.
You can also enter on Cooper’s Facebook page or on her Instagram (@cooperkeet).
The contest is open to all countries. You do not need to pay for shipping.
Contest closes Friday, December 3rd at 11pm PST. Winners will be announced on Saturday, December 4th.
Today marks the10th year of Cooper’s Corner! Wow – 10 years!
Cooper would like to thank everyone who stops by to see what she and the flock are up to. XOXO
Who wants to play dreidel?
Cooper – dreidel champion!
Cooper and her humans have many. We hope you do, too.
Cooper is thankful for all of her wonderful online friends. And millet.
Cooper has a shop on Redbubble. She donates a percentage of her sales to her favorite bird rescues. Last year Cooper decided to adopt a turkey through Farm Sanctuary. This year she decided to adopt again.
You can read more about Farm Sanctuary here.
Cooper recommends skipping the turkey this Thanksgiving. It’s all about the sides anyway.
This month’s book is Illumination in the Flatwoods by Joe Hutto.
Naturalist and wildlife artist Joe Hutto expresses an interest in in raising a couple of wild turkeys. He is given two clutches of eggs a tractor driver has come across. He carefully incubates the eggs. When they hatch, Hutto imprints on the birds, raising them and living amongst them as they grow from tiny poults to fully grown adults.
Cooper loved this book. She learned a lot about turkeys from the author’s in-depth study of his days with the flock. From the joys of days spent foraging, to the tragedies of the birds who succumbed to illness or predators, Cooper felt she was on the journey along with Hutto and his turkey family.
Illustrations by the author of the turkeys and the various wildlife they come across are peppered throughout the book.
Illumination in the Flatwoods is a beautiful, entertaining and thoughtful recounting of a man’s oneness with nature. Once you have finished the last page, you will never look at a turkey the same way again.
A wagon load of plumpkins.