Oh my, this past month or so has been very interesting in my neck of the woods, I have some funny things to tell you about the human lady I hang out with, my ongoing search for a new wardrobe, and a plea for everybirdie to help out a flock of saucy-beaked parrots at a London UK wildlife park.
Head on over to the November column of Do Seagulls Get Wedgies to catch up and have some chuckles!
Is there a birb anywhere that doesn’t love hiding, chewing, and playing in a cardboard box? I don’t think so!
In our November issue of It’s A Birb Thing, Cheeks demonstrates just how much fun one birdie can have in her own personal cardboard box!
Go Cheeks Go!
I’ve had fun snatching knickers from clotheslines this summer – seems with more time at home, some humans are doing A LOT more laundry. I scored some checkered knickers that have a flap in the front.
Check out the September issue of Do Seagulls Get Wedgies to find out what I did with them knickers!
Hee hee, how many times have we parronts found ourselves wondering what our birdies do with the food we give them 🙂
In the September issue of It’s A Birb Thing, Cheeks demonstrates the very- birdie thought process that goes into psyching out her mom!
Everyone who lives with a parrot knows that if you’re not in sight, your feathered companion will do whatever it takes to get your attention. Cheeks doesn’t like it when her human leaves her alone and goes out. She waits and waits and waits (kinda patiently but not so much) for her mommy to get home.
See Cheeks’ reaction when no one answers her call in the August issue of It’s A Birb Thing.