We’ve talked before about the little anu birds that love to fly around the elephants in search of the bugs that are always hanging around. In the male Asian yard, Lady was joined by a few smaller juvenile birds while she was having her snack. They seemed to be checking her out with curiosity, but weren’t yet bold enough (or perhaps old enough) to start getting too close. As Scott says in the video, they are “learning to love elephants.”
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