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    Pigeon and Ukraineparus Productions


    About Me

    👋(•,•) Hey, tooweeteetoo! Welcome to my page, and thanks for coming here, too. I'm Pigeon and Ukraineparus Productions, formerly called Pigeon Project, and I have been long in interest with both birds and nations, especially countryballs, which also brought me up to the idea and a concept of personifying countries as birds, which is called Countrybirds. I have discovered and have heard of countryballs from somewhere around 2017 or 2018, just anything with countryballs as what I mean. The wiki of Countrybirds may be planned to be started in the near future, very sooner. And don't worry, I will design countries as birds for my concept more! Anyways, as another academic year of my school has started and I have to attend f2f, I will not be much active on the wiki in the days of attending the classes, and after all, I will not be able to edit relatively much on the wiki nor actually will edit anymore; maybe I will probably leave the wiki as I am losing interest in this wiki, but will come here whenever I need to. By the way, the official name of our channel is Pigeon and Ukraineparus Productions, but we are much well known as Pigeon Project as our channel name is set as, though we aren't actually a project exclusively related to pigeons. By the way, my first contribution to editing on this wiki (the original FANDOM wiki) was UAEball. I even wish to be an "ornithomusician" in the future! Have finally made the page of the list of birds of Ukraine in Birds Wiki, check it out if you like!

    Anyways, I'm from Ukraine Ukraine-icon.png and Pakistan Pakistan-icon.png and so I may be a true Indo-European, but I live in UAE UAE-icon.png. I also have a slight amount of Russian Russia-icon.png heritage (coming from my mom's father, considering that my mom was actually born in Russia), yet I do not consider that as the main part of my heritage.

    It's really sad to see that the original FANDOM wiki of Polandball has shut down, but I am glad we, like birds, migrated to Miraheze and saved many years of many things within the wiki. I also miss the discussion feed they had in the FANDOM wiki, but I am happy with the forums as well, and so even many people now here in Miraheze feel better about it. The original Polandball FANDOM wiki will always be missed and not be forgotten in our hearts.

    My Accounts on Other Websites

    You may also want to check out my accounts on other websites here:

    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzF4UAClevP39wZnCtwf0Gw

    Sketchers United (Main account): https://sketchersunited.org/users/@Pigeon_Project

    Sketchers United (Account for designs made for Countrybirds, like a gallery): https://sketchersunited.org/users/101254

    Other FANDOM Wikis I Contribute in

    My account in Birds Wiki

    Note Concerning About my YT Channel

    Actually, I will be revamping my official channel to make it newer, which will have most of one of my older Stick Nodes videos private and will have other of my older bird videos unlisted. This will start the new normal for us and there will be a bit of change in uploading content. It is also the reason why I am not uploading videos on YT anymore. We don't know when I will revamp our channel, but the things needed and time goes to tell that when I may revamp my channel. (^,^)

    About Countrybirds

    Countrybirds in general, are countries personified as birds, in which the idea has been brought up by me, and it's more than just a design project (Which it isn't really is). Soon in the future, it will be official in use and it will soon be used in many things that represent countries as birds. If you want to see countries depicted as birds for this, click on this text that will redirect you to my SU account for this.

    Countries I Have Been To

    The countries I have been to are:

    • UAE-icon.png UAE (And still live here. In addition, I was also born here.)
    • Ukraine-icon.png Ukraine (Don't remember when exactly, but when I was much younger, I went there)
    • Pakistan-icon.png Pakistan (Also I don't remember when exactly, but I did go there when I was much younger, too)

    What Can You Ask?

    You can ask me mainly to be your friend or any other questions you want to ask.

    My 3 Favorite Polandball Wiki Pages

    Even though I have many favorite pages on Polandball Wiki, I could tell three as what I can think of. They are:

    Czechia-icon.png Czechiaball

    Slovakia-icon.png Slovakiaball

    Ukraine-icon.png Ukraineball

    "Fun" Facts About Me (Trivia)

    • You know what's the most unique thing about me? Actually, I can hear musical connotations in nearly (maybe) every bird vocalization. This also resulted in my mind thinking about music with bird vocalizations in my mind, and it's really a lot of variety. It made my mind very specialized into hearing musical connotations more when I listen deeper into these birdcalls. It even made me hear "bird music" in my mind and the inside even if there is no sound from the outside. This just feels so imaginative, out of the ordinary, remarkable, mystifying, and I literally have no idea, there are literally many words that could describe this.
    • As of now, I have 3 birds as my pets, still having a zebra finch and 2 canaries. However, the zebra finch is owned by my brother. Also, one of my canaries' names is "Zhovta", which means "yellow" in Ukrainian, and she is yellow indeed. (^,^)
    • One of the birds I can mimic their sounds accurately are Eurasian collared dove, laughing dove, diamond dove, common cuckoo, owl (depends), black-headed gull, Eurasian hoopoe, and a raven (probably also generic corvid sounds).
    • I have 'talked' to many birds before, including Eurasian collared doves, laughing doves, and house crows.
    • I have met and heard a uniquely-sounding common myna in a beach area before in which it was singing in the shrubs. Some of its notes also sounded akin to that of a nightingale.
    • In fact, I do have an Australia-icon.png Australian flag shirt, and it is bought because I have been interested in Australia very much for some time. Too bad the flag on the shirt has been ruined by the washing machine.
    • I love sound designing because it makes what we hear very interesting. I even have PaulStretch, too.
    • I really do like Cosmo Sheldrake's music, especially for his Wake Up Calls album, which is one of my favorite music albums ever!!!
    • I would like to claim that the 2 birds I behave like the most are pigeons (or doves) and herons. I am also like a lark, an owl, a stork, a crane, and a crow (or a raven).
    • I also make Minecraft bird skins. However, I don't make them anymore.
    • I also listen to Cosmo Sheldrake's music while editing on this Wiki. (Sometimes, but now rarely)
    • I have found a wild bird egg which might've been dropped from a tree in a park. I was trying to incubate it for ourselves, but it got broken. I don't have it anymore, and it seems sad that I don't have a machine for egg incubation. (T,T)
    • Before I became much more interested in birds, I was into other things, like (non-avian) dinosaurs, other prehistoric creatures, doing Stick Nodes animations, etc.
    • Actually, I realized that my birthday is actually in the same month and day as World Whale Day in 2022! How wonderful is that! This will also be one of the reasons why whales are one of my favorite animals if not counting birds.
    • I had a weird and strange dream that seemed to feel a bit painful. In that dream, I was having spinal problems and during some treatment, I actually shapeshifted into a heron. How unusual, this will never happen in reality, but this seems to be a pure imaginary scene that I never expected to be happening in my sleep dreams. How birds save me in this! This is an example of the thing that you can't spell heron without "hero", and the heron is the hero hiding in my soul in the dream. (^,^)
    • I also had a dream at night relating to Cosmo Sheldrake in which I got to see him in reality and he improvised his song, Pliocene, with me (along with my mom) in some (maybe private) concert, not sure, but I felt happy about this dream cause I got to see Cosmo Sheldrake in the dream and hear his improvisation of Pliocene, but also sad cause it wasn't in reality. Anyways, this is really memorable! I think he also told me about something in the dream. You know I am a big fan of Cosmo Sheldrake...
    • Besides birds, my other 3 favorite animals are whales (and also dolphins), wolves, and pine (or beech) martens.

    More to be added soon on this.


    — Me, when I mimic Eurasian collared dove sounds 🕊️🐦
    Bring back hedgerows,

    Lost in echoes,

    Found in shadows,

    Gone like sparrows.

    Where do roots go?

    What do birds know?

    Why the elbow?

    Who goes there?

    How now?

    — Cosmo Sheldrake, from Cosmo Sheldrake - Hocking

    List of Tracks in Cosmo Sheldrake's Wake Up Calls Album

    I know that this isn't necessary to this add to the page; however, as I show my love for Cosmo Sheldrake's music as his tracks from his Wake Up Calls album is one of my favorite albums from him, I decided to list all of his tracks into my page. This is also available for you to listen to his tracks from the Wake Up Calls album on YouTube with the links clickable on the track names. (^,^)

    1. Evening Chorus
    2. Dunnock
    3. Marsh Warbler
    4. Mistle Thrush
    5. Skylark
    6. Cuckoo Song
    7. Nightjar
    8. Nightingale Part 2
    9. Nightingale Part 1
    10. Dawn Chorus
    11. Owl Song
    12. Bittern
    13. Cuckoo

    My Musical Preferences and Interests

    Btw, my favorite music from Cosmo Sheldrake, if not counting the music from his Wake Up Calls album, is Come Along. Totally also gives an indescribable somber and sinister undertone, which I approve of as a Ukrainian as I even feel the associations with the Cossacks and Eastern Ukraine (Mainly Zaporizhzhia and Dnipro), much more in the F key (Pitched up 4.50+). I also love his Galápagos Original Series Soundtrack music.

    Btw, about my favorite music, if not counting any of Cosmo Sheldrake's music, Dan Gibson's music from his Songbird Symphony album are my favorite, but if not counting any song relating to birds, then the classical, much listened Pachelbel's Canon in D is my favorite. I have listened to this piece in D and E minor and as I am very used to minor keys more than the major, this is such a mystifying thing. In my taste and interest, I don't always find minor keys depressing (nor even Soviet-like as people somewhat hear Soviet influences in few minor keys); I find it evocative to the thing that I heard many birds actually vocalize in minor keys and also evocative to many things about my country and also for other countries as well, especially the Slavic ones like Croatia, Slovakia, Bosnia, etc. It evokes an imaginative feeling in me. However, this also depends on the music I am listening to, so sometimes, it may not always be the case. I do also like major keys, but minor keys are the ones that bring more indescribable feelings to me.

    After all, I do not have favorite minor keys since I like them all equally and love to listen to them all very much. Nevertheless, the 5 major keys I like to listen to most are A flat, A natural, D flat, G natural, and G flat, but again, keep in mind this also depends on the music I am listening to. However, after listening to Pachelbel's Canon in all major keys, I can realize just how major keys can even sound aesthetically good as minor keys! Though basically I still very much prefer listening to minor keys than major keys, surely even major keys are pleasant to listen to!

    Despite not having an instrument to play with, I like to learn more about music theory as I do not have a full understanding of playing musical instruments.

    Anyways, my younger brother got a 6-holed recorder (Idek what are 6-holed recorders even called tho) as a gift from his music teacher (Actually not), and honestly, he can't play the recorder properly, so I often play from his recorder as I really like the instrument and want to practice more on it (but not anymore). It's also great to try imitating bird sounds from it. However, the recorder my brother got, was actually his friend's recorder, as he didn't tell me about it, and I actually knew it because of the school principal who told me about it. The recorder will be brought back to my brother's classmate soon and honestly, I will not be playing on it anymore due to the fact that practicing on it wastes my time, and I actually want a sampler to play on in the future as I have to choose for myself one main instrument I will play on.

    More about it to be added soon.

    About Simple Clay Bird Models I Make

    Somewhere before in late 2019, I have started making simple clay models of birds. I remember the ones I made, such as the Eurasian blackbird, whiskered treeswift, pallid swift, great egret, etc. However, most of the clay bird models I made in 2019 got ruined and now I have only 1 clay model of a bird remained from 2019, the great egret, which is very well preserved. For a long time until now, I haven't made many bird clay models and now I am planning to make more of them, especially of countrybirds. Currently, for my creation of some simple countrybird clay models, I am working on some Ukrainian oblasts; the ones I have already created are Zaporizhia (Though sadly, no coat of arms on the chest of this), Odesa, Ternopil, Ivano-Frankivsk, Lviv, Donetsk, and Luhansk Oblasts as well as Kyiv (city). One country from Countrybirds I made recently as a clay model is Pakistan. However, unfortunately, and sadly, I will plan to not make simple clay bird models somewhere around mid-2022.

    • Latest Countrybird Clay Model Made: Vinnytsia Oblast
    • Latest Bird Species Clay Model Made: White-rumped shama
    • Next Countrybird Clay Model to Make Next: Chernivtsi Oblast
    • Next Bird Species Clay Model(s) to Make Next and After (Planned and not by order. I know it's literally a lot of birds, but I may not make some of them and will choose the ones I decide to make from this): Eurasian bullfinch (nominate and Baikal), black-winged stilt, black redstart, demoiselle crane, American dipper, sooty tern, whiskered tern, tui, eastern yellow robin, flame robin, groundscraper thrush, Baikal bush warbler, Cetti's warbler, blue-winged warbler, owl finch, great kiskadee, Siberian blue robin, capped heron, brown dipper, prong-billed barbet, yellow-billed loon, Slavonian grebe (breeding and winter plumage), Asian brown flycatcher, vermilion flycatcher, Say's phoebe, pygmy nuthatch, Kashmir flycatcher, red-breasted flycatcher, collared flycatcher, Kashmir nuthatch, Siberian nuthatch, white-spectacled bulbul, Siberian crane, sandhill crane, pigeon guillemot, yellow-breasted bunting, rose-bellied bunting, Jerdon's leafbird, growling riflebird, zebra finch (Nominate (Timor)), hooded crow, common myna, emerald tanager, Albert's lyrebird, black catbird, grey catbird, wood thrush, mistle thrush, American robin, grey-winged blackbird, white-breasted nuthatch, red-collared barbet, Siberian thrush, white-tailed lapwing, pileated woodpecker, black woodpecker, Sri Lanka blue magpie, hooded wheatear, northern wheatear, rufous-tailed scrub robin, black scrub robin, Australian raven, Asian koel, great Indian bustard, Antarctic cormorant, western reef heron (grey morph), masked shrike, Amur falcon, ashy prinia, rufous piculet, chestnut-winged babbler, Sichuan jay, crested jay, white-crested laughingthrush, Japanese bush warbler, narcissus flycatcher, Ryukyu robin, Japanese robin, European robin, Indian blue robin, rufous-headed robin, white-throated robin, American redstart, varied thrush, jabiru, African openbill, sword-billed hummingbird, giant hummingbird, American black swift, alpine swift, edible-nest swiftlet, crab-plover, saw-billed hermit, Titicaca grebe, Adélie penguin, chinstrap penguin, yellow-throated vireo, fruithunter, great shortwing, common tailorbird, greater coucal
    • Extinct Bird Species Clay Models to be Made in the Future: Passenger pigeon, imperial woodpecker, spectacled cormorant, nightingale reed warbler

    Userboxes Representing Me

    PaUP proposed channel revamp logo.png This user is Pigeon and Ukraineparus Productions.
    "I am truly in admiration with birds and their music to my ears. (^,^)"
    2-icon.png0-icon.png2-icon.png0-icon.png This user has been on the Polandball Wiki since 2020
    Pakistani.png This user is Pakistani.
    УкраїнаІГорілка.png This user is Ukrainian.
    "Слава Україні!"
    Blankball.png This user is Apolitical
    "Capitalism, Communism, Fascism, Who cares?"
    Woken up.png This user is currently Semi–active.
    "I have things to do elsewhere"
    Emirati.png This user is Emirati.
    This user is Female.
    Islam ball.jpg This user is Muslim.
    "In the name of Allah, most Gracious, most Compassionate"

    How to Draw my Userball


    PaUP Userball Flag.png

    How to Draw the Userball

    1. Draw a hand-drawn circle
    2. Draw 3 horizontal stripes: Green (top), blue (middle), and yellow (bottom)
    3. Draw a white dove on the middle
    4. Draw a blue Parus major bird (representing Ukraineparus) inside the dove
    5. Draw the eyes
    6. Add shadows (optional)
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