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Meet The Feather Kids

Discussion in 'Birds - all breeds / types' started by DogAndBigCatMomma, Mar 19, 2009.



  1. DogAndBigCatMomma

    DogAndBigCatMomma New Member

    Along with the dogs, cats, horse, and exotics we also run offer sanctuary for abused and neglected birds. Some are outside in bigger enclosures and others are indoors and live more like pets. But I finally got some pics and wanted to share.

    The Amazons

    Kiwi (female)
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    Juicy (female)
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    Citrus (male)
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    The Cockatiels

    Skit (left) And Coal (right) both males
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    Pearls (left) and Signal (right) both females
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    Silver (female)
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    The Cockatoos

    Peaches (female)
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    Cloudy (male)
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    The Conures

    Paulie (male and yes he is named after the movie)
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    Eight Ball (left, male) and Mango (right, female with a plucking problem)
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    Melon (male)
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    The Macaws

    Gen (male and his name is short for Generic lol. He is the only Macaw that does not live in an enclosure. Here he is in the facility office.)
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    Nipper (male who lives up to his name)
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    Starburst (female blue, with Rocko, Nipper and Gen in the background)
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    Rocko
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  2. charmedagain

    charmedagain New Member

    Aww they are adorable. They look so happy.
    I would just like to add though is coal under 6months old if not the its not a male its a normal grey female.

    Signal is a normal grey male The only reason i know is because i used to breed cockatiels up until 4months ago.

    Female cockatiels have barrig under there tails males do not.

    But still like i say you have some wondeful looking birds..

    Mike
     

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