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P for parrot – alibb’s alphabet crazy challenge

Orange-bellied Parrot

Parrots are regular visitors in our garden but to capture them in my camera is almost impossible. They mostly come for the star fruit and bilimbis.  Sadly they prefer the tender fruit and they shred them in bits most of which we find on the ground.

Parrots do not have much of a pleasant chirp but any bird is welcome here at Solitaire. I am not in favour of parrots being kept in cages and so happy that they have a garden to visit and get what they need for their survival.

. This video clip will let you hear the chirps of the parrots

This is for alibb’s alphabet crazy challenge – the letter P

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  • Do you keep parrots in cages?

    • Yes
    • No

What do you think?

13 points

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  1. I have a rescued parrot given to me by the local authorities for safe keeping. This Alexandrian parrot was hand raised and doesn’t know to fly. His right wing was also broken with some bad treatment he has got. So now I am the care taker and Xerxes is in a cage for safe keeping.

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