Constance in Flutter Brutter
|Colors|| Brilliant vermilion with moderate scarlet feathers|
Light yellow beak
Depiction in the series
Season oneConstance appears most commonly in the series among Fluttershy's various bird friends. She first appears in the season one episode Friendship is Magic, part 1 as one of Fluttershy's songbirds practicing for the Summer Sun Celebration. She serves as one of the central songbirds in the official ceremony near the end of the episode. Constance appears as a member of Fluttershy's bird choir again at Gilda's party in Griffon the Brush Off.
In Dragonshy, Constance appears living in one of the trees nearby Fluttershy's cottage. She also makes a couple of background appearances in Winter Wrap Up and in Fluttershy's flashback in The Cutie Mark Chronicles.
In Lesson Zero, Constance's bird nest is disturbed when Twilight Sparkle appears looking for a friendship problem. She also appears during Find A Pet Song in May the Best Pet Win!, at the Canterlot Garden Party in Sweet and Elite, during Fluttershy's training montage in Hurricane Fluttershy, and interacting with Scootaloo in Ponyville Confidential. In A Canterlot Wedding - Part 2, Constance appears as a choir songbird once again during Princess Cadance and Shining Armor's wedding.
Season fourIn Filli Vanilli, Constance appears briefly during Music in the Treetops and at the Ponyville Pet Center fundraiser wearing a bow tie. She also appears at the end of Trade Ya! flying onto Fluttershy's hoof when she blows her new bird call.
In Flutter Brutter, Constance is referred to by name for the first time. After Fluttershy kicks her brother Zephyr Breeze out of her cottage, Constance informs her about Zephyr's difficulty in the Everfree Forest.
Depiction in film
Constance also appears[specify] in Budge Studios' mobile game Harmony Quest.
In the activity book My Little Pony First Look and Find, Constance appears on one of the activity pages as she appears in A Canterlot Wedding - Part 2.
- "[chirps excitedly]"
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