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Date:9/30/2014 12:21:26 PM
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Hi Armanni
Yep, only one tail feather left. I had a little tantrum. Mom is trying to figure out why I show everyone how tough I am by pulling out my own feathers. I was out on the playground playing when I did it. I have lots of downy feathers on my wings and a few on my back, but not many. They have all come in nicely around my tail. Mom doesn't want to leave me in my cage so I don't pull them out...we sill se what happens the next time they grow in. I have done this twice since I have been here. I have some long wing feathers now, but I can't fly yet. Mom said I will be able to fly again if I let the rest grow. Hope you had a great weekend and a happy week to come. Mom will be very busy until next Monday~~Hollie
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