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Post by Guest on Thu Mar 20, 2008 10:49 am

Thank mario, I just feel im not going to be around forever and we need the younger generation to continue our work with birds.
As I have found out, that people really dont know much about birds and we all need to change this...
Offer as much as we can to educate!
Thanks donna

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Post by ziggy on Thu Mar 20, 2008 12:33 am

Hello,

Educate, educate, educate the best thing to do for the well being and saftey of the birds. Good work Donna and you keep going and educate as many as you can.

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Post by Ronda on Wed Mar 19, 2008 1:58 pm

That is cool Donna! I was going to ask you if others could hold your birds when you were out at a function like that, but you answered it lol. That is really neet though! Good for you to get out there and show people and educate them!

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Post by ClaireBear on Wed Mar 19, 2008 10:59 am

They are all just beautiful birds!

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Post by Guest on Wed Mar 19, 2008 10:35 am

During the spring we are usually invited to bring our birds into different schools, or like girl scout troops that are earning there feathered badge or home schools, We have even taken the birds to a senior disable group.
My goal is to help educate people on birds and what better way is to reach out to the young, and believe it or not how many elderly have even seen a big bird up close.
The children and others are not allowed to touch the birds but they get to be real close to them.
Its amazing the questions 2nd grade kids have for us..
Once we get pass (how much does that bird cost! Very Happy )
We have alot of fun, and this also helps our birds stay social..
We have some major hams Very Happy for birds..
they love the attention........thanks donna

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Post by Siobhan on Wed Mar 19, 2008 7:15 am

Wow you have beautiful birds... And so well behaved. I wouldn't be brave enough to bring my birds to school in case a kid lost a finger!

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Post by ziggy on Tue Mar 18, 2008 10:43 pm

Hey Donna,

Great looking group( I have seen them before) but I really like the picture of the Quaker in the Christmas tree.

Great to have you here please tell all of your GOOD friends to come and join.

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Post by Ronda on Tue Mar 18, 2008 9:07 pm

Those are very nice Donna! One day we will own a macaw, just not sure when lol. But thank you for sharing!!

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Post by greenwinged on Tue Mar 18, 2008 9:06 pm

All are very cute!
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Donna's Flock/friends

Post by Guest on Tue Mar 18, 2008 5:48 pm

Here are chewy our greenwing, Casper our blue and gold, all of them were visiting a school we went to last year...



here is Tookie our Tucuman Amazon, he is rare and now very social, He's about 20 years old, I have been searching high and low for another Tucuman so he would have a friend, I had a couple chances but they fell through, so Tookie is still searching for a friend....



here is meeka our Blue Front Amazon, she is my best friend,
You know they say african greys are the best talkers, No meeka is Very Happy ( just my opinion)
She sings old macdonald and jibbers all the time, she is so quick to pick up new words.



here is Bugsy my little Quaker, this was taken last year at christmas time.
My daughter thought it was cute to place him in the tree when we were decorating....



I will post more later but this will give you an idea.
I have other birds to share with you......thanks again Donna[img][/img]

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