Pictured here is an excellent specimen of a Lesser Plaid Jacketed Yank, native to North America, and shown here in her adopted habitat. Note how she attempts to blend in with her surroundings by adopting the colours of the landscape. This is unusual for this species, who normally prefers to display her brightly coloured plumage - which she often enhances with shiny bits of metal and stones that she collects. Here, we can see some of the aforementioned brightly-colored plumage showing on the anterior aspect of her breast and torso area. Although it has never been proven, some theorise that the Yank stores these collected stones and precious metals in the pouch that can be visualised on the lower left quadrant of the torso. This has yet to be scientifically proven, and the contents of said pouch remain one of the great mysteries of the species.
This Lesser Plaid Jacketed Yank appears to be migrating, as evidenced by her foot coverings. Due to the time of day, she is likely on the hunt for sustenance, which she will likely find at the local
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