Parrot Shenanigans

If it isn’t a cat on my lap making it difficult to play on the computer, it’s the parrots on the back of my chair.  When these two plot back there, who knows what trouble will be incoming.

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Bandit, the Nanday Conure, may seem like the likely villain, what with his black bandito mask and all, but Merlin, the Bronze-Wing Pionus, can be quite the instigator.

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How can anyone resist these two little characters.  Don’t they just exude sweetness and light.  But a warning… that is not all they exude.

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Don’t let these innocent faces fool you.  Any second one of them is going to turn around and let a nice juicy one loose on the back of my neck.  If you have never felt fresh warm bird crap dripping down your neck, well, you don’t live here.

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Little devils.  You can’t tell me they don’t have dinosaur in their DNA.

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Merlin lets Bandit get all the blame – or credit as the case may be.  As long as someone scratches his head eventually.

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11 Responses to Parrot Shenanigans

  1. HA! Our little creatures have such interesting ways of reminding us they are there….they’re such beautiful birds you just have to forgive that little “gift” they give you when on the back of your chair! 🙂

    Pam (and Sam)

  2. As a kid we had a parakeet. That bird also loved to “share the love.” LOL

  3. Mumsy says:

    Lol birds do love to poop don’t they? Hugs and nose kisses

  4. mdoyle49 says:

    Fun feathery goodness!

  5. I don’t think I’ve seen a Pionus before, he’s so beautifully irridescent! I had cockatiels many years ago, so yeah, I know how they like to gift from above. I also recognize the head-bow that means,’scratch here, please!’

    • Wazeau says:

      They both know how to make me give them what they want! Soooo spoiled. Pionus’ are great pets too, not nearly as loud as the conures, pretty independant, not too demanding. And positively gorgeous when the sunlight (or flashlight) hits them right.

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