Wednesday, 16 November 2016

Parrot

rainbow lorikeet


You can always pick out the tourists because they’re the ones looking upwards.  I still get excited when I see brightly coloured birds flying about. Couldn’t resist this cheeky parrot teasing Buddy yesterday when we walked round the block.

No time to write much today.  We are off out to partay. 


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  1. I tend to think of Magpies as black and white Parrots; very few people agree with me.

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    1. You just can't have a black and white parrot. It doesn't work. At least Australian magpies know how to sing.

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  2. Lorikeets are great fun; I used to work with two dozen or so every day!

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  3. Partay? Do I know about this?

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    1. You'r not invited Paul. She found a jolly swagman.

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  4. I would also keep looking up to see such beautiful parrots.
    I had to look up "partay"; so it means you're going to have fun...is Paul not invited? ;)
    Greetings Maria x

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    1. He says it's not a party! I'll have to try and change that.

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  5. You have a very happy life there.

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    1. It's fun but I struggle to keep up with the young ones.

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  6. Wish we had brightly coloured birds here but they are a bit scarce - wise enough to go somewhere warm.

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  7. These are my favourite Aussie birds - Rainbow Lorikeets. Cheeky, loud, always squabbling among themselves, great personalities and so pretty. They love to come to bird baths and bird feeders in suburban gardens too.

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    1. They are loud aren't they, like noisy children. I just love their colours.

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  8. Have you ever checked out the wild parrot flock in the London area ?

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    1. I didn't know there was one but then I rarely go to London.

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  9. Have fun at the partay Sue. Stiff upper lip and all that dear.

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  10. Beautiful!!...Love your blog!!...Hugs and Blessing from Puerto Rico island!!..(Bella esa cotorra!!...Me encanta tu blog!!...Abrazos y Bendiciones, means in spanish!!)...

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    1. Thank you Vanessa. You will be very familiar with parrots in Puerto Rico.

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