If there is any creature on earth who can appreciate music like we do, it has to be birds. Known to fill summer mornings with their beautiful, melodious song, birds are a musically inclined species by nature.
Whether they are actually communicating with each other or simply singing, we will never know. But one thing is clear – for being such a small creature, birds sure have some vocals! Their lungs are quite powerful.
While we’ve all heard them chirp, not many of us have had the pleasure to hear them play the drums. That is, until now.
Meet Mr. Inko, a Japanese cockatiel with a fond love for percussion. One morning, his owner was tapping away at a miniature drum set when Mr. Inko responded in a way no one expected. Who knew that a bird could do this?