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After taking some photos of all the parrots on the bench, we walked further and met this cute little Senegal parrot. He joined his big blue and gold macaw friend, I forgot both their names.. :-(

I'm Iago's far cousin!

We also met this gorgeous amazon parrot. You cannot see it on this photo, but this amazon really was gorgeous! His feathers were so beautiful, and his head was so cute looking! He is one of the most beautiful amazon parrots I've ever met, that's for sure!
His mommy was carrying his around with the top of his cage.

Mr. Handsome Amazon!

On the photo below, Zazu is trying to sneak into the photo as I try to capture Iago on a photo with the giraffes. That little stinker!

I wanna be on this photo tooooo!

On the next photo, you can see Zazu got what he wanted.. His very own photo with the giraffes..

I always get what I want..

This was something I just had to share: A lady brought her cockatiel to the ZOO. It was the only cockatiel I have seen on this day, and he was just gorgeous and super sweet!
You can see Lilo in the right of this photo..

What a cute cockatiel!!

When you entered the ZOO, there was a play gym where people would gather. My avian vet was located there, to educate people and answer questions regarding all sorts of questions.
On the photo below you can see the gym, with some African grey parrots on it..

Parrot meeting??!

There was some sort of extension, and there, an African grey parrot sat there with his amazon parrot friend..

We're having our own meeting!

The lady, who made Zazu's cage (stainless steel one) had also come with her three African grey parrots: Filou (a very special grey parrot), Giorgio (I don't know if this is the right spelling) and her new grey parrot. (I don't know his name at the moment)
They were joined by their blue and gold macaws, Biuri and Oscar.
They travelled on a very special vehicle: An attribute that is used to support elderly people with walking, but then wrapped in rope. What an invention!

The most classy way of transportation for all parrots.. :-)

On the next photo you can see the side of it, isn't it great?
Read more about these ladies on this page..

From the side..
 

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