To keep warm in their chilly environment, penguins’ bodies are insulated with a thick layer of blubber and covered in waterproof feathers. Penguins shed their feathers and grow new ones every year during a two- to three-week period.
This is a picture and its child. Penguins need shelter from the cold, and parents are great shelter, according to this young penguin. Young penguins need their parents to survive their early years, and I learned that in Happy Feet.
We see Mountain Bluebirds on our place in New Mexico. THey are breath taking flashes of turquoise as they glide through the clean mountain air. Baby Mountain Bluebird -- A little bird who is a Fluff-ball of Turquoise and the Idaho State Bird