Booger Bird, Avacodo-eating Whitebird
Chilicus con verde
Green feathers; smaller than a breadbox; envious; often defecates green poop.
Louie, lou-EEE, louie, lou-EYE
Many biologists believe that most modern Greenbirds share a common
ancestor with alligators and crocodiles. A minority of biologists
believe Greenbirds to be descended from a small group of Whitebirds that
developed an inordinate fondness for the avacado (hence the green poop).
Seven to ten percent of American males cannot distinguish Greenbirds from
Redbirds. However, a much larger percentage report that they "just don't
give a rip" about distinguishing Redbirds from Greenbirds since most States
do not allow them to be hunted. Hawaii allows shotguns to be used against
both species; Texas and Arkansas allow bow hunting only.