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Margaret1 <email address not displayed>
Margaret1 wrote on the Nanday Conure Forum message board: > Well this evening will complete my first week with my new Nanday who > is a few years old. This bird, I've found loves her cage and unless > she is on my shoulder, she really likes being in or on her cage. In > fact, if I pass her cage when she is on me, she attempts to get back > to it and unless I pass it quickly enough, she will make it back to > her cage. I like to get her out and about, so I'll take her to the > screened in back porch and into different rooms of the house that she > hasn't experienced. I just want her life to be interesting. > > Well, my hubby was doing things around the house while I took a nap > laying by the dogs on the living room floor. All 23 parrots here were > out of their cages and most everyone else was also napping, the house > was actually quiet (rare occasion here <smile>). Well, I had my eyes > closed but I wasn't asleep and all of a sudden I feel something > rubbing themselves on my fingers - it was Gizzy bird. I didn't even > hear her leave her cage. She has only been with me a week, but our > bond was nearly instant from the moment I first saw her at the store. > For a little bird who really loves her cage, she sure left it to come > see if maybe I was OK laying there on the floor (I guess??). She > climbed up onto my chest and stayed with me for 5 minutes or so (long > enough to put a little poopy on me) and when she was convinced I was > fine and just resting (I guess??), she looked back towards her cage > which was about 10 feet away and jumped off of me, trying to fly with > her trimmed flight feathers, and ended up gliding 1/2 way back to her > cage. My hubby helped her back up to her cage where she promptly > crawled back inside, preened herself, played a little with her straw > and proceeded to nap a bit herself. What a sweet baby. I guess I > have quite an imagination to suppose she was checking on me, but who > knows? Maybe she was. None of my other birds cared to see if I was > OK. LOL! I love my little Gizzy bird!!
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