I heard turacos are the only birds which have natural green and red pigments in their feathers and that if you soak a feather in a glass of water, the water turns pink! I would like to see myself if it's true
I don't know, it's just what I read on many sites and that's why I was so curious to try. And about the rain... It is often assumed that this coloration will wash out when the birds are bathing or after heavy rains, but this is true only if the water used for bathing happens to be very alkaline. Source, [link] . I'm not implying that what is written on Wikipedia is necessarily true, but as i said before i wanted to try this little experiment and see for myself.
We can make you a nice feather package for a small penny. Like 10€ shipping included - with different feathers. So that your feather collection will grow We can't throw in Turaco feathers since they were extremely expensive but we have a lot of other pretty cool feathers.