Saturday, April 2, 2016

Random Photo: Cute Birds

At our recent visit to Petsmart I also noticed these little green parakeets. They were all just relaxing together. I don't know much about them, but they seem to be very sociable. At least among their own kind. 

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  1. Blessings....
    nice shot.

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  2. They are wonderful birds. I have many MANY from childhood into my 30s. They can be tamed and they can even be taught to speak. I don't have any anymore because of my cats. But I adore them.

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  3. How cute are they?!?! I've always liked birds, although I do think they should not be in cages:(

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  4. Birds are cute, but they have a tendency to be messy.

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  5. We call them budgerigars here. They are native to Australia and the outback flocks can number in the 1000's.
    They can even blacken the skies with their numbers and boy oh boy they can be deafening. They are mostly the colour as shown in this photos but breeding can produce many vibrant colours and the coloured ones are kept as pets.
    They can learn to speak and are really great pets for the elderly as they are easy to look after. With locked windows they just fly around the rooms and sit on any part of you for company chattering merrily away.
    Best to be in their cage when meal times arrive unless you like having them nibbling off your fork or spoon.
    Cheers
    B J Hunnicut aka Colin
    PS: When I was young - we kids had a large aviary full of various coloured ones and a couple for indoors.

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  6. They'd probably bite your finger off!

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    1. Ha ha - you, Debra, must have fingers the size and width
      of a pin????
      Colin

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  7. We have those in Tasmania, Australia - many people have them as pets and they can talk if you teach them.

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  8. I just love these birds..my step-mom had one she taught to say "pretty boy"...so cute.

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  9. Sigh... You should come to Hawaii.

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  10. I have two parrots like these twice;)
    http://anna-alina.blogspot.com/

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