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Hi Schutkleur, perhaps they may come around here, but I always thought they prefer milder climates, to be out of doors. I was surprised to know that you have them in Holland. If I am repeating this story please forgive me... our son-in-law had a parrot for many years. They eventually had to pass him over to a friend who could take better care, meaning that they were gone so much of the time, he began to be lonely and started yanking out his feathers. When he was happy, he was quite "wordy" and looked good. If you said his name, he would be friendly.
Thanks Anne! Not only parrots and parakeets I think, I'm often wondering about 'my' collared doves and bluetits :))
Sorry to hear that Kenzie. Wishing you a speedy recovery!!!
Maybe he was canoekaw. They're often keeping an eye on you when you walk past :)
Never say never luckybie. Half of ours are descendants from escaped parakeets (pets), the other half were deliberately released in Brussels. Maybe there are people in your area with pet parakeets?? :))
SOMS kunnen ze wel eens grappig zijn Impie ☺♥
So very funny. I love that birds seem to understand "comedy" and responses so well. Parrots and parakeets especially.
No I think he is asking me why did I take so long. Only been out of hospital for a fortnight. Still getting over operation.
Looks like he is saying, "What are you doing down there?"
Oh those amazing parakeets! It will never happen where we live. ب_ب