These types of pieces are often attributed to Barbini because of the tail. However, different glassmakers can do the same type of tail, so it's really not a good way to attribute. I don't know if Barbini worked much with uranium glass. Sometimes the face is helpful in pointing out who might be the maker. Can you get a close-up of the face?
It is a magnificent bird that is a type made in the 1950-60s. My first two guesses for it would be Salviati and Barbini. But when it comes to animals I am often surprised to find that my guesses are wrong.