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Date:9/20/2014 12:14:06 PM
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Hi, Callie,
We try never to miss milestone celebrations either, always fun to see friends and the food is always great.

Yes, we fly. Pearl is better than Silver. We are both fully flighted due to the furball in residence. When furball is outside with the door locked then we can come out for awhile. We like to fly around in circles and usually land on the curtainrod. Then we often migrate to the pot rack or the top of the kitchen cabinets. Our mom needs to use the step stool to get us down too, lol. Dad likes to use the grabber and points it at us then points to our birdhouse and tells us to go home and we often comply and fly back, heehee.

When we're clipped Pearl can usually fly a lil bit, but Silver will just crash to the floor. He needs at least half the flight feathers to get airborne.

Have a great day, wing hugs, beak kisses and a vote, Pearl and Silver.
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