Vogelkop bowerbird indonesian peninsula sticks nest ground unique style
Found in the Indonesian peninsula, this bird builds its nest on the ground with the help of sticks, but in a very different and unique style.
The male bird collects twigs and sticks and puts them in the form of a small domed-shaped hut which is called bower, therefore, this bird is known as bowerbird. They also decorate it with some colourful and conspicuous materials and food items such as berries, flowers and insects. One of the most amazing things about the bowerbird is that the bird maintains the nest regularly, bringing fresh items and removing the old ones.