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On the next photo, you can see an African grey parrot & a galah (rosebreasted cockatoo) quarreling over the best spot. It seems like the grey won't give up!

Move over you!!

On the photo below you can see Iago sitting on a play gym brought by a visitor of the picnic. He also brought his own fids, and Iago went there to get acquainted.

I'm Iago & I like your play gym!

On the next photo you can see Zazu spying on Iago & his new friend..

Hey! What are you guys doing?

We sat down on the gras, and more and more parrot people joined us as you can see on the photo below. The cockatoo is called Paco and he was the star of the day. What a bird!

Sitting down with all the parrots..

Another look from the baby buggy, or shall I say, parrot buggy? LOL!
Rope had been wrapped around, so that the parrots could hold on to it..

Parrot buggy!

A closer look on the newly discovered play gym..
An African grey, two lovebirds, a meyers's parrot and Iago are sitting on it!

One happy family!

The photo below was taken from Stimpey, a handicapped African grey parrot with no toes. His mommy made him this special carrier.
Lilo (the severe macaw) is quite interested in this special mood of transportation!

What a great carrier!


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