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Another photo of the atmosphere behind the stands. Food was present too! :)
The woman sitting on the chair was one of the organizers of this day.

Another view of the stands.. :)

On the next photo, Iago & Zazu sit on the huge gym in the center.
A sulphur crested cockatoo is looking at Zazu.

The two parrot brothers hanging out!

Roxy (the umbrella cockatoo close to the grey gang on the photo below) was present as well.
She is just too cute for words! :)
Pipi & Flodder (the blue and gold macaws) are now living with Schoffie & his gang.
They make wonderful progress: First they were biting, and the last time I heard from them, they had become gentle & more friendly.

Roxy, the umbrella cockatoo & Pipi and Flodder, two blue and gold macaws along with some other parrots!

On the next photo, you get a better view of the large play gym. Zazu is sitting quite comfortably. Mickey (the little Senegal parrot sitting on her own little gym in the front) was present too!
She is the most beautiful Senegal parrot I have ever seen.

The huge play gym!

Mickey lives with Tica, an amazon parrot.
Tica is displaying on the photo below. The double yellow headed amazon (?) is not very impressed.

According to Joanie Doss, who was kind enough to email me about the amazon, this 'double yellow headed amazon' is in fact a Chaco blue front amazon.

"I enjoyed the site. However, I think it was part two, there was a photo of two Amazons.
One was in display and the other perched slightly above it. You thought the one perched
above was a Double Yellow but it is a Chaco Blue Front. Many of these have no blue
and look like a Double Yellow with a dark beak. The Chaco Blue Front is a very flashy
bird and as you can see, his yellow covers most of the upper part of his wings.

Many people think these Chaco Blues are Double Yellows, but the beak color gives
them away."

Thank you Joanie for your correction! :)
(Note that Joanie isn't just someone, but has written quite some articles & two books on amazon parrots)

Tica, the blue fronted amazon showing off
 

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