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Date:9/23/2014 10:40:41 PM
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Hello. Noel is a very beautiful cockatiel. I have 3 cockatiels. Mom, dad, and their kid. I gave the other sibling away. The baby I kept is named Harmony, though, I think 'she' may be a 'he'. But the name stuck. When she grew her feathers in she had barred tail feathers so I assumed my baby was a 'she'. Then "it" lost the barred coloring after the first molt and now Harmony's tail has a solid grey color. Also, all her coloring darkened to a darker grey and a more brighter orange on 'her' cheeks. Other characteristics Harmony has indicates that 'she' is now a 'he', but I'm just so used to referring to Harmony as a 'she'. I always joke with my boyfriend about what color Harmony will decide to be that day. It's confusing, I should just call my bird a man-she. Either way, I love her no matter what gender 'she' is.
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