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In Loving Memory
of one special husband and one special bird.
I miss you both
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wow and so beautiful
Mum to Harvey(little boy) Satan RIP, Missy moos(Staffy bull) Billy(green irn) Sir didymus(grey irn) and Isis(cockatiel), Lucy (caique)
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Seen that show before. They are great at fooling you hey? Better than any parrot I have heard.
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Fantastic... love the camera shutter and the saws... unbeliable..
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It looks like the Cendrawasih (bird of paradise) from Indonesia.
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beautiful bird + beautiful voice...hehe
guys, if i offend you in any way, please let me know....don't keep it to yourself....okay.tango is FE-male.............
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i was watching this program the other day. its from the private life of birds or something by david attenbrough.
its a brilliant mimic... but so sad that it hears those noises
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Yeah, i saw that too....it's amazing..huh? It made me think about all the other great mimics out there that we don’t know of! Can you imagine a smarter bird then the many we have in captivity? It's really crazy if you think about it! The kea is just one to name a few (although we know about them!) ha ha ha ha
thanks for the neat post!