Puzzles are a great source of entertainment and relaxation. Whether you like to do them alone or with friends, why not give this one a try?
One of the pesky problems of having a lush garden can be the number of birds it attracts. However, not all of those birds are common sparrows and robbins. Sometimes, your bountiful garden can attract exotic breeds as well, especially depending on where you live.
But whether you're a fan of birds or not, you might like solving puzzles. Especially with the past year's pandemic, puzzles have become a great way for people to keep themselves engaged while quarantining in their homes.
If you are one of those people looking to keep yourself busy, a puzzle is one of the best ways to do so.
Research shows puzzles are a great way to keep our memories sharp and problem-solving skills on point. Regularly doing puzzles can help improve our visual-spatial reasoning skills. According to South Mountain Memory Care, visual-spatial reasoning skills are essential for basic tasks like driving a car, packing a suitcase, using a map, and learning choreography.
So whether it's to keep your brain young or to keep yourself entertained while waiting for your vaccine appointment, why not give this puzzle a try in the meantime?
Find the lonely parrot in this group. This unique parrot has no pair and it is hidden in plain sight.
These colorful and exotic birds are an eyeful. Their joy and warmth towards each other can distract from the goal. Keep looking for the one parrot that has no double.
If you are looking for a clue, pay attention to the color of their tails.
If you are still not sure where the unique parrot lies, you should look around the bird in the hat. It's not too far from there.
Here is the answer to the puzzle. Were you able to solve it without peeking?
Cover image source: Gergely Dudás - Dudolf