Or a ruffled feather? As to bird penis. Ostrich, ducks, geese all have oneBlue winged Pitta with a leech
Yes, much better fit for the beak. I looked at the item of interest close up and decided that it did not look like a feather. I'm familiar with leeches, though having to rid my wife and myself of over 50 of the things on a short walk through a Sri-Lankan rain forest. Not the same as the peach coloured one in the OP though. I've yet to go to Singapore, except for air transit purposes, on the way back from NZOr a rather a Mangrove Pitta with a ruffled feather perhaps - it’s far too heavy billed for a Blue-winged! 🙂
I agree with this. It's a misplaced feather that is just looking as translucent with the light shining through. Note the base of this "appendage" is exactly the same colour as the lower belly/undertail patch (with a bit of grey on the presumed outer web), and only gets the rosy/salmon 'colour' where the light is coming through.Or a rather a Mangrove Pitta with a ruffled feather perhaps - it’s far too heavy billed for a Blue-winged! 🙂
"I thought bird don't have a dick?" - what are you, 12?Hi...I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask for information on this.
What is that thing sticking out of the pitta ....I thought bird don't have a dick ?
Sorry for the late replied...thanks all for the responsed."I thought bird don't have a dick?" - what are you, 12?
Surprised no one else has said anything.
But as usual the helpful guys of this forum have at least, maturely, tried to solve your mystery.
Ever thought of thanking them?