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It is the season to (Australia)

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InTheAir
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It is the season to (Australia)

Post by InTheAir » Sat Dec 14, 2013 1:06 pm

Buy training props from Myers! They have little soccer sets in the perfect size for a ringneck! Both birds love the ball.
Nila also got some bowling pins, but they didn't come with a ball so he hasn't tried bowling yet.

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Re: It is the season to (Australia)

Post by electronegative » Sun Dec 15, 2013 8:42 am

I am so ready for new Nila videos/pics (and ones of Sapphire are welcome too)

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Re: It is the season to (Australia)

Post by InTheAir » Mon Dec 16, 2013 12:36 am

Sapphire chased Nila away and took over the soccer set. She's gonna give David Beckham a run for his money one day! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wInA6mmgSwE
I'll try to remember her to put her away next time Nila and I are playing.

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Re: It is the season to (Australia)

Post by Skyes_crew » Wed Dec 18, 2013 4:08 pm

Sapphire is learning so quick :D
I am owned by my birds...and I wouldn't have it any other way :D

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Re: It is the season to (Australia)

Post by Jen&Bug » Sat Dec 21, 2013 1:02 am

...'tis also the season to drop in to the forum (it's been a while) and wish everyone a Merry Christmas and terrific 2014!

Our little flackily (flock/pack/family) is going fine. I think Bug (IRN) and Rufus (sun conure) will remember 2013 as The Year Jen Bought That Stupid Black Creature, but overall they've taken the arrival of Lulu Greyhound in their stride, and adapted to our new home life remarkably well. Rufus has established a reign of terror, such that Lulu now voluntarily hangs out in the study whenever the birds are loose. Bug is just happy that there's another type of food in the house for him to steal (adding the occasional nibble of Science Diet to his long list of inappropriate dietary supplements!)

The three of them are keeping me on my toes, so not much time for forum activity these days. Still thinking fondly of all of you and your birds, and wishing you lots of fun times over the holiday period.

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