followed me for good art huh? fuck that, have a shitty doodle drawn on my ipad
i did a one-shot dnd thing where we got pre-rolled characters we had no information on, and had to just roll in the dark to find out race and class. i eventually found out i was a kenku cleric, and i named him Tai!
Bigger cousin of the Blue Jay. Loud, peanut-foraging, graceful flyer and excellent mimic.
Jason → Scarlet-headed Blackbird
Blackbird of the South-American wetlands. Looks badass perched on sterns, but has a very melodic song.
Tim → Northern Cardinal
Beloved songbird of North-American backyards. State bird of seven (!) states and mascot of many teams.
Damian → Red-capped Robin
Cutest of the Australian passerine family named after the European Robin.
TINY GRAYSON BIRDS
Superb fairywren, precious Australian bird that really gets around
often they are in an eclipse plumage and then spring rolls around and BOOOMM
bonus shot of the family
Red-backed Fairywren if you prefer redxblack Nightwing.. so tiny
Discowing → Blue Tit, acrobat bird of European backyards
Small thrushes with “robin” in their names appear all over the world
Dick → White-tailed Blue Robin
Jason → Ryukyu Robin
Tim → Flame Robin
Damian → European Robin
superhero wonders hand painted by god
Dick → Black-and-blue Tanager
Jason → Red-crested Cardinal (well.. Tanager)
Tim → Scarlet Tanager
Damian → Masked Crimson Tanager
Superhero birds aren’t always in costume. Sometimes they go to fancy parties in tuxes. True magpies rank among the smartest birds in the world, and unrelated birds with the same monochromatic coloring in their plumage are often called magpies.
Dick → Black-throated Magpie-jay
Behold the avian wonder known as the Magpie-jay, corvid supreme. Dick Grayson doesn’t do subtle. Also has a white tux variant. (White-throated Magpie-jay)
Jason → Magpie Lark
Tim → Magpie Shrike
Damian → Seychelles Magpie Robin
A Robin endemic to the Seychelles that was driven to the brink of extinction by humans.
Broose → Magpie Goose
Look at this suave perfection. Unusual among waterfowl, this goose has only partially webbed feet with long, clawed toes. It often forms mating trios; a female on each wing.