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|02-26-2004 12:26 PM|
|Mystic Cat||Zion, have you tried Photo Bucket.com, as a host? I wish I knew how to post links. I would post a link for you. They even resize them for you.|
|02-26-2004 07:53 AM|
|Zion||lol. I'm working on that. I really am. I just have to find a place to host them.|
|02-25-2004 07:40 PM|
JGawana, I love your Macaw, such beautiful bright colors!
Romping Ratties, your mom's tiel is pretty! I love the name Pickles!
Your tiel Pancha sounds so sweet and cute! I wish you had pictures.
Tmarie, that is a pretty bird in your picture!
Zion, congrats on the new bird you are getting! I would like to see pictures of all your birds.
|02-25-2004 07:19 PM|
|kittygurl823||Thank you, Mystic!!!|
|02-25-2004 07:13 PM|
|Mystic Cat||kittygurl823, Your birds are beautiful in your siggy!|
|02-25-2004 03:52 PM|
Beautiful birdies, guys!!!!!
Pickles is such a cute name, he's adorable!
Ohhhh TMarie, what beautiful colors your b/f's bird is, what a pretty bird!!!!!! What's her name?
Congrats on your new birdie, Zion! I bet you are so excited! What kind of bird are you getting?
I have an Umbrella cockatoo named Angel, 2 parakeets, Snowy and Casper and 2 cockatiels, Sunny and Gizzy!
|02-25-2004 03:31 PM|
|Zion||I'm bringing home a new birdie Friday! yay!|
|02-24-2004 03:38 PM|
|Tmarie||yeah i don't know my birds so i'm not good at the spelling of their types lol...|
|02-24-2004 01:14 PM|
Originally Posted by JGawana
They are fun little birds. Polly likes to be handled more than Stella does.
I have only handraised one baby cockatiel. He was a great little bird! I taught him tricks that would make every one laugh. He lived for over a year. We had a bad hail storm that broke out windows and left a lot of damage to the house. He got so frightened he slamed himself against the cage. the next morning he died. His name was tweety. He was yellow like his mom. Polly and Stella lived. But baby Tweety died.
|02-21-2004 11:26 AM|
|Zion||!! I'll work on getting the pictures up. Our camera is giving us fits and the bird flying around is not helping matters either. lol. But I have got some good pics.|
|02-21-2004 10:25 AM|
That's a Vosmaeri Eclectus. The yellow on the tail is the give away.
|02-20-2004 12:58 PM|
|Tmarie||Here is her picture... the females are red and the males are green.... and i meant valsmarie..|
|02-19-2004 03:24 PM|
Originally Posted by Tmarie
|02-19-2004 03:17 PM|
|Tmarie||My boyfriend has a valmarie eclectus... she's beautiful.. I will have to get a pic.|
|02-19-2004 03:13 PM|
Hyacinth, oooh I love them! I also like Eclectus too!
I just want to make it clear, as it may sound strange that we had 200 birds. But we were not mass beeders, and almost always kept each baby. We hardly sold babies, because they were all considered our pets. Our oldest tiel Pancha was about 30 when she died. She was a rescue and just fantastic! She had been flying around our neighborhood when our neighbor caught her. She was blind in one eye, and we suspect she flew into something like a brach and poked it. The eye was still there, just not usable. Our neighbor had her for about ten years, and she was already an older birdy then, and then she came to us and we kept her til she died. We had her about 10 more years after that.
Even though she never bred she would lay eggs under the couch. That was her "nest" LOL. She would guard it with her life. She would come out with his wings out hissing, and it was the cutest thing. She was the sweetest bird and before I knew this was wrong, she would clean our teeth for us and take food from our mouths. She was just an overall sweet bird. She of course, was my favorite.
We had other rescue tiels as well. One Latino we got we found in an avocado tree, just sitting there. So we took her home. :p
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