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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by TheGoodTexan, Mar 28, 2020.
If so, I'd like to see them. I think a lot of other people would also.
This little lady squarked at me when I walked past her in my backyard a couple of weeks ago. I put out my finger and she jumped on and walked up my arm and chatted in my ear. Obviously an escapee on the run. She was just chowing down on a bread crust when the bloke next door (fence in the background) stuck his head up and asked if they could have their bird back!
She escaped again just a few days ago and ended up in a Golden Palm tree at the door of my sawdust factory. A kid from next door ran over and
she crawled onto his finger.
I suggested a wing clip!
I got an old one with Johnny Cash but I don’t think that’s the tree you’re barking up
Somebody wake Bones up .
He may be Social Distancing us.
I'm no Bones but here are some of my bird pics.
new bird.. this years Butcher bird.... the group had 3 kids last year who have all lost their lighter brown feathers and are all B&W like the adults...
the kid is an annoying little prat atm... he's got the run of the place, always first to hustle in for food and trying to shout down the others...
kinda like the little prince/princess.... I can never tell them apart...
Is that a Conure?
Don't think so ! I think it's what we used to call a Greenie.
When I was a kid we used to have flocks of hundreds of "Blueys and Greenies around all the time, but we lived close to some bush at the end of the street.
I get a visit from the greenies every day for a few seeds.... noisy buggers ...
during the rain they often hangout under cover of the veranda...... ...
affectionate little guys, too... pairs are always cuddling when resting...
My bad, missed the colors.
There’s a red-tail hawk in here somewhere
Heck with the bird, dig that sunset!
I just finished a video of some of my bird photos. I'm not quite sure how to embed a YouTube video so this may or may not work.
Best viewed in YouTube at full screen size.
I call my place 'Maggie's Farm'.