The Birds and the Rhinoceros
This story is new to me, though its pattern is typical for a whole set of fable stories. The rhinoceros knocks one nest after another out of trees by ramming them. One set of birds (the red birds here) counsels resistance. When spurned, they rebuild in a safe place. The others are picked off one by one. The grammar goof in the moral (and also in the last sentence) is charming: Be prepared and be safed.