Birds of the Cashew Coast

Warbling Chuchu
Enormous and has no voice.  Once it becomes fully mature it hunts down and eats a train engine.  Is then able to bellow as it pleases.

Birds of the Cashew Coast

Illustration by Marek Jansen whose books and other work can be found here.

Sand Crasher
Burrows into sand in order to trip people.  Then goes through their pockets looking for coins and other shiny things to decorate their nests.  Vain and dangerous.  Do not attempt to defend shiny things.

Birds of the Cashew Coast 2

Illustration by Marek Jansen whose books and other work can be found here.

Incomplete Oriole
Just claws and a beak.  Modern science has been unable to explain its existence.

Blur Jay
Prefers to perch on one’s nose.  Can cause cross-eye syndrome.  Has never been seen clearly.

Scrumptious Finch
Has a very buttery flavor.  Goes great on toast.

Carpecker
Pecks holes in cars.  Seems to do so out of curiosity.  Enjoys viewing the activities of the people inside.

Rogbogobgor
Has a large, black beak that burns to the touch.  Is more scaly than feathered.  Eats nine lions a day.  Is rumored to spout fire and witticisms.  Might be a dragon.

Giver Goshawk
Enjoys leaving gifts for people.  Has yet to deliver anything useful.  Near extinction.  Would not be missed.

Birds of the Cashew Coast 3

Drawn by Sam.

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