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Date:9/23/2014 1:21:58 PM
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Hi, Widget,
Thanks for flying by. That's interesting about your Mom's name matching ours. Pearl has a ring of white around the neck area, like a string of pearls so that's how his name came about. Silver was just named for his color and also to match the jewelry type name of Pearl. At the time Mom did not know that there were 'tiel mutations called Pearl and Silver. Think the pearl mutation is common, but hardly ever hear of people having a silver mutation 'tiel.

Wasn't sure which of your flock fly by, but your name's first in the list so here we are. It's nice to meet you. Is it cold there in CT? We are coolish today due to the wind, but it is sunny.

Wing hugs and a vote, Pearl and Silver.
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