Carona Canary

Meet Carona Canary the first in my new Tropical Bird Series


My LEGO Bird Project has now reached 2,000 out of the 10,000 required supporters and as promised here is the first in my new series of birds.


I think Canaries are incredibly cute and I love their bright yellow feathers.


They originate from The Canary Islands and are very popular birds to keep in aviaries.


I have given Carona a nice new wing design, what do you think?


I hope you like Carona if you do please help me and follow the link to support the LEGO Bird Project over on CUUSOO

  • Carson Hart 3y

  • joseph weber 3y

    Nice job love your work. Maybe you could post a break down one day?! anyway love it!!
  • LEGO Bro 3y

    I like it!
  • Nathanael L. 3y

    NPU for the feet!
  • Your best friend in the whole world. 3y

    Might be one of my favorite builds from you!
  • Marc Reid 3y

    very nice
  • Thomas Poulsom 3y

    Thanks guys!!!
  • Sarah 3y

    Okay this is one of those moments you have in your life where you feel like you need to reach out to someone to tell them something extraordinary about their work but you know they are going to think you are a raisin cake.
    I assure you, I am usually pretty reasonable, but try to stay with me.
    Almost three years ago now I traveled to Peru, and went to the banks of the Amazon and stayed in a hut where they do Ayahuasca healing ceremonies. Ayahuasca is a native South American medicine to the indigenous peoples. To everybody else it is one of the most powerful hallucinogens in the world. The first night I took a solid dose and the first thing that I saw were bright tropical birds made out of Legos - specifically THESE EXACT BIRDS RIGHT HERE. When they flapped their wings it made a noise like slow roll of maracas. I wrote about the lego birds in my blog actually.
    I know this is very weird, but I saw these in a vision in the middle of the Amazon jungle with a Shaman singing to me. I almost wept when I saw them out of utter surprise - anyway, great job! They are extraordinarily beautiful.
  • Thomas Poulsom 3y

    What a mad coincidence, life is full of them and this one is particularly interesting. I'm really glad you like them and they induced those memories. Thanks for your compliments, did you support the project? You may be able to own one of these birds if you do :-)
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