Ibis lovers

4 Apr



Dirty Ibis Bin Chicken MyHealth Optout drone

25 Dec

In this episode of Mozart and Coltrane Dirty Ibis. The two bin chickens talk at Ibis Island, Beenleigh about the myhealth optout. Mozart has more concerns about privacy than Coltrane. Coltrane doesn’t even seem bothered about the government drone that is hovering around his head constantly. But there are some incidents in his life that he would prefer to keep private.


Bin Chicken Cooking Show with celebrity ibis chefs Mozart and Coltrane

15 Aug

A lot of people have asked us please show us how to cook the delicious food that you eat. Often we will be picnicking in the park and people will just come up to us waving their arms because of the delicious smells of rotten meat and vegetables and bin juice that are coming from our picnic.
So we decided it was time to let the Gold Coast public know and all our friends in Sufferers Paracite one of favourite recipes.
First of all you need to go and buy the rottenest ingredients, shop around as there are lots of places in Sufferers Paracite where you can get hold of some really rotten stuff.
Then you just need a fry pan and some meat cleavers and wooden spoons.
Its quick delicious and lots of fun to clean up afterwards so enjoy.


Mozart and Coltrane, the Dirty Ibis duo from Gold Coast, are ecstatic. After 400-years, rare White Australian Ibis relatives return to European skies

20 Jul



Photo by WALDRAPPTEAM excerpts from story by Christian Schwagerl – A tiny remnant of Waldrapp or Northern Bald Ibis population in Syria, numbering seven individuals, was discovered in 2002. But that population dwindled to a single bird in 2014, and an expert on the northern bald ibis in the Middle East says the bird is now extinct in Syria, with the civil war acting as “the classic straw that broke the camel’s back.”

“Ibis again are the innocent victims. This time of war in Syria. That’s why wars should be banned,” says Mozart.

“The people who start wars should be shot,” says Coltrane.

Now, however, several northern bald ibis reintroduction projects are underway, which explains why the waldrapp (Geronticus eremita) can once again be seen flying at the northern fringe of the Alps — a habitat it last occupied nearly 400 years ago.

See full story here


No more room for jail tats on ibis inmates

9 Jun



Ibis version of Cosmic Psychos song. “There’s more to me than bins and dumps, I’ll come back to yours and check your lawn for grubs”

26 Jan

Over zealous North Kirra news reader Nee Hi Lo introduces PDRNK Great Ibis Leader Ken Bong On to announce glorious plan to save Great Barrier Reef

7 Dec

Great ibis leader of PDRNK Ken Bong On and the zealous news reader Nee Hi Lo

6 Dec

Ibis tattoos – schoolies get dirty ibis cartoons

3 Dec

ibis tattoo

Source: Facebook/ Crossfire Tattoos.

At least 10 school leavers have decided to please their parents by showing a tribute to Mozart and Coltrane, perhaps a passing phase or a step to becoming Hells Ibis. Read about this latest ritualistic dirty ibis worship here



Mozart and Coltrane hit the media: Ibis resilience

24 Nov

So It Goes: Ibis resilience by Linda Muller



My brother has had to cope with a bit of disappointment lately.

As the co-founder of the Bald Ibis Retribution Democrats (Ibis) party, he was hopeful of recognition at the forthcoming elections.

His is the political commentary of Mozart and Coltrane, both ibis nonsensical satirists with plenty to say about local and political issues.  Mozart and Coltrane stand for many things, but their strongest platform is that which is heavily littered with issues producing a  greater amount of rubbish.

It makes for an interesting family dinner party conversation.

Mozart and Coltaine, two ibises born from the dirty ibis clan of the Gold Coast, stand up for bird migration and  support dual citizenship for politicians, regularly quoting Tony Ibbit, Malcolm Ternbill and Canbill Newbird as reliable sources for material.

The unlikely feathered pair of ibis idealogists looks short term at issues, favouring for example a new cruise ship terminal for the rubbish it will most likely produce, despite uncertainty of a healthy future for birdlife.  If they were able to picket, their signs would ask that Do Not Feed the Ibis signs be abolished in picnic areas.

They also throw out the challenge to find a children’s lunch box they can’t hack, expressing their joy at children who carelessly leave lunch boxes unattended and often open for ibis to enjoy.

Most recently, Mozart and Coltrane visited the Birkdale refuse station as part of their political circuit, and my brother tells me they were inspired by the spectacular view to practice their mating ritual.

“The eagle may have been circling above, but we were there impressing ibis women with our fossick and forage footwork. It is no surprise that our dump odour is so exciting to ibis hens.  We especially find that when we visit Logan dump, but our feathers get a bit fluffed when we find some of the human species there are also attracted,” Mozart said.

Mozart said he believed the ibis behaviour was a self made conservation success story.

“Threaten the wetlands and it brings us out to the picnic areas and the schools and those al fresco restaurants. Seeing us around the bins makes people realise it’s important to get out,” he said.

“We did coin the term bin juice and it’s been tough watching others take the credit.  We didn’t think to patent it at the time.  And while we’re talking disappointment, we are still waiting for the paperwork from the Commonwealth Games.  Ibis for mascot,” he said.

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