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R.I.P. Spirit Cloude ♥ 3/16/05-3/20/16

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On June 26th, 2005, me and my cousin walked into the Augusta Petco. We were going to get a budgie for my cousin, who at the time was living with me. We went into the aviary and looked at the budgies. I thought that one of the green ones would be cool, but she said no, and that she wanted the little blue and white one that was falling asleep on his perch. She made a perfectly good choice!

Spirit was my cousin's pet until she moved out in 2007. She didn't want to bring him with her, so he fell into my hands. I'll admit, I didn't take good care of him at first. He had been somewhat hand trained, but I didn't handle him at all so he quickly lost trust with hands. In 2009, I realized that I need to take good care of this precious life, who was now mine. I found that Spirit is a bright, comical joy who I couldn't love more nor be more proud of!

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Hi! My name is R.I.P. Spirit Cloude ♥ 3/16/05-3/20/16

I am an American Parakeet from West Gardiner, ME.

Mister Spirit, buddy, S.C. and SP

11 years old   M

American Parakeet

He has tried peas, green beans, bananas, millet spray, mandarin oranges, cucumbers, apples, strawberries, corn, carrots, french fries, bread, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, and pasta. Through trial and error, I have found that his definite favorites are (in no specific order), corn, carrots, strawberries, millet spray and apples.

Perch beside his ring toy.

Loud noises, sudden movements, getting his toenails clipped.

She loves me very, very much!

He likes pretending to be a cockatoo (fluffs up the feathers on his head, pins his eyes and makes lots of noise!), his favorite music genre is Hip Hop, he tends to like Soulja Boy, he used to treat his mirror like his mate, he used to be obsessed with his linked-ring toy until I got him a new one! He's moody and stubborn..

.* M O T T O *.
.*Live, Chirp, Love!


Spirit is one of four budgies I own.

.** Murphy, a three year old yellow budgie who came from a close friend of mine who I used to work with. She didn't have the time or patience for the birds, and was looking to rehome them. I got them August 2013.

.** Max, a two year old light blue budgie with a yellow face, who came with Murphy.

.** Lambert, a two year old a dark blue budgie who I took in from a close friend of mine who was moving and couldn't bring the bird along with him. I got him September 2014.


Sweetpepper (Mother), Kiddo (Father), Kacey (Aunt), Lizzie (Aunt), Kelly (Aunt), BooBoo (Aunt), Cori (Aunt), Peatree (Aunt), Hermione (Aunt), Weasley (Aunt), Jacob (Uncle, R.I.P), Kaji (Uncle), Poirot (Uncle), Pepper (Uncle), Mikey (Uncle), Royal (Frother), Navajoe (Frother), Emilian (Frother, R.I.P.), LaHabra Flock (Cousins), Link (Cousin), Juni & Flock (Cousins), Ferb (Cousin)

.* HATCHDATE: March 16th, 2005 *.

.* ADOPTION DATE: June 26th, 2005 *.

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  Angel Spirit Cloude
So sad to see that you have flown to the Rainbow Bridge. You were a sweet bird & we will miss you.


Angel & Pepper


05/17/2016 04:08.32 PM Report This Comment  
  Fly free, Angel Spirit,
I am so heartbroken to hear that you have flown to the Rainbow Bridge. You will be so very missed! We will be praying for your momma. Love you ♥ Hugs, Auntie Peatree and Flock

Come visit me, Peatree ~ Love you forever, my BC friends!.

03/20/2016 02:15.48 PM Report This Comment  
  Hi Spirit
03/17/2016 11:12.19 PM Report This Comment  
  Hello Spirit~~
Happy Hatchday Buddy! I hope the day is just spectacular!
Hatchday Hugs ~ Sugar ♥

Come visit me, Sugar ~ Thanks for all the AWESOME Memories.

03/16/2016 09:53.15 PM Report This Comment  
  Hi Spirit Cloud
Sending lots of hatch day wishes your way
On your special day. Hope you have the best one yet and many more!
Your friend, Gus (Rip Chi chi)

Come visit me, ~~Gus~~ & Chi chi RIP my sweet girl..

03/16/2016 05:57.03 PM Report This Comment  
  Heya, Nephew!
Stopping by with this very delicious and very large Hatchday cake made just for you by the lovely Lizzie herself! Plenty big for everyone of your flockily and friends to share in celebration on your special day! And it comes with big wishes for everything you could ever want and even more! Head scritches, treats, toys, and most important...lotsa love!

Happy Hatchday!
Wing hugs coming your way!
Uncle Kaji and Aunt Lizzie

Come visit me, Kaji ~ So glad we had this time together.

03/16/2016 05:28.47 PM Report This Comment  
  Hi Spirit Cloude
We wish you a very HAPPY HATCHDAY today! Hope you get lots of treats!


Angel & Pepper


03/16/2016 01:24.56 PM Report This Comment  
  HI Spirit Cloude
Wishing you a very Happy Hatchday! I hope your 11th Hatchday is your best my yet!
Hugs & a vote

Come visit me, TiaMaria.

03/16/2016 10:09.41 AM Report This Comment  
  Happy Hatchday
03/16/2016 09:35.58 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi, Spirit Cloude
Happy 11th hatchday. Hope its your best ever. Here's a vote in celebration. May you have lots of treats, toys and attention. Wing hugs, Pearl and Silver.

Come visit me, Pearl & Silver.

03/16/2016 05:25.10 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi, Spirit Cloude
Happy 11th hatchday. Hope its your best ever. Here's a vote in celebration. May you have lots of treats, toys and attention. Wing hugs, Pearl and Silver.

Come visit me, Pearl & Silver.

03/16/2016 05:25.10 AM Report This Comment  
  Happy Hatchday !
Hope it's a great one SpiritCloude ! ! !

Come visit me, Cookie loves his friends !, BC Library Now Open & Fly with the angels my Sally.

03/16/2016 02:29.36 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi Spirit Cloud
flying by to wish you a most happy hatchday. hope you are having a ball celebrating on your special day.

love Cori and Boo Boo

Come visit me, PaddyCake & PiddyGirl, CORI & BOO BOO.

03/15/2016 09:48.38 PM Report This Comment  
  Flitzer's World...
Dad and I had a communication problem yesterday. He had one Tripple-Berry Muffin left that he was having for breakfast.
He called me over to share some, but I was in the middle of a project. Again, a little later he called to me. Nope. I'm Busy.
About 10 minutes later I was done and ready to eat...the dish was empty. Wha? You didn't save me any? I looked up at him sadly. The pig had eaten it all. Fine - Fly Away -- {flap flap flap}

Come visit me, Mario Adler & Flitzer.

04/07/2015 03:50.36 AM Report This Comment  
  Flitzer Easter Sunday
Hope all have a safe and happy holiday.
Last night we watched an old favorite: Harold lloyd in "SAFETY LAST" (1923).

I love when poor Harold is dangling over the city holding on to the clock.
A great and funny film.
Daddy is taking friends to a Brunch Buffet today - hope he gives me extra treats 'cause I know he can't bring home leftovers today.
~Wings Up~

Come visit me, Mario Adler & Flitzer.

04/05/2015 12:51.24 AM Report This Comment  
  Good Friday Flitzer
Happy Good Friday, everyone. Hope you have a Blessed Easter Weekend.
Dad is feeling much better - thanks for your kind thoughts and prayers.
Wednesday evening in the Castle Screening Room, we showed the movie: "The Theory of Everything" with the Oscar-winning performance of Eddie Redmayne. The movie was great, but we did get a bit distracted when we had the food-fight with the popcorn - - What Fun!
~Wings Up~

Come visit me, Mario Adler & Flitzer.

04/03/2015 03:25.30 AM Report This Comment  
  Flitzer Monday
Thank You to everyone who planned, participated, and visited the Memorial Service for Mario Adler.
What a wonderful event.
You can still visit the Memorial Page on Page #276082
- - -
Dad was home all day Sunday - after a very busy week we had a wonderful Dad-n-Bird Day Together. ~Wings Up~

Come visit me, Mario Adler & Flitzer.

03/30/2015 08:23.53 AM Report This Comment  
  Happy Celebration Day
Happy Sunday
There will be a Memorial Celebration for Mario Adler this at 1pm Eastern Time in the Castle Ballroom.

The Ballroom will be open all day Sunday for friends. Please stop by Page #276082 Thank you.

--King Flitzer

Come visit me, Mario Adler & Flitzer.

03/29/2015 06:40.23 AM Report This Comment  
  Flitzer Saturday
Hello, Every Birdie
There will be a Memorial Celebration for Mario Adler Sunday afternoon at 1pm in the Castle Ballroom.

Please stop by Page #276082 Thank you.

--King Flitzer

Come visit me, Mario Adler & Flitzer.

03/28/2015 02:29.01 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi Spirit
How are things in Maine? We got snow again last night, just a dusting. At least the sun is out and the days are getting longer. That really helps! Mom is cleaning our cages today and we are hanging out, hoping to get into something when she's not looking. That doesn't work too well usually, but we keep trying!


Angel & Pepper


03/27/2015 10:31.58 AM Report This Comment  
  Flitzer Thursday
Hello every-birdie. Happy Thursday. Much going on, and a lot on Dad's mind, so he's not too helpful with this blog today. Have a blessed day. ~Wings Up~

Come visit me, Mario Adler & Flitzer.

03/26/2015 04:15.22 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi spirit!
Its me Peetie!! I just read your note!! I'm so sorry that your moms been going through a rough time!! Depression is very common and can be helped.. thats the good news! I pray your mom will get help if she hasn't already! My mom went through it when she was very young. It is nothing to be ashamed of so please try and be patient with her. You know she loves you!! Please let your momma know that we are here for her if she wants to talk or write to our Mom.. She cares... We will keep you all in our prayers...
Love and hugs,

Peetie xo

Jill, Boynton Beach, FL.

03/25/2015 07:39.07 AM Report This Comment  
  Flitzer Mid-Week
Busy shopping Day for Dad as he helps a friend shop for 3 households today.
Have a great day. ~Wings Up~

Come visit me, Mario Adler & Flitzer.

03/25/2015 03:40.55 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi Mr Spirit!
We totally get the depression thing here...also the out-of-work thing. While one Mom is retired, the other is much younger and has a spotty work she's gotten retrained and has her first job in the new field (after more than a year looking) and it's turning out to be not so good after all. Sigh. So we don't know how long that'll all last.

Tooth passing of course put us all in the dumps. We try hard, but we are not the cuddle bunnies Tooth was...we will get close to the humans, but not land on them unless we're totally freaked out and confused. So there's a big gap in Mom's heart. She'd like another p'let, but right now we have three cages full of finches, plus us two, so Mom is saying no more for now.

If your two doorways are narrow enough, your Mom could try getting shower curtain tension rods and hanging curtains from them when you all are out. The advantage there is that it's easy to take them down when you don't want them, or you can leave them and just push them aside. Just a thought....

Hugs to you all....hope the longer days bring some sunlight to Mom's heart...

Come visit me, Rosie, The Society of Finches, Sherman and Peabody & Tooth: Flew Home 8/11/2014.

03/24/2015 11:10.14 AM Report This Comment  
  Flitzer Tuesday
Cold but clear in Buffalo today.
Dad and a friend are invited to breakfast - hope he sneaks something good home for me.
~Wings Up~

Come visit me, Mario Adler & Flitzer.

03/24/2015 03:35.23 AM Report This Comment  
  Flitzer's Monday Musings
Sunday afternoon Dad had a friend over for BluRay Day. They watched Stanley kubrick's long, slow and magnificent film "BARRY LYNDON".
I got bored and played with a spoon and ate seeds. HA.

At "Intermission" [whatever that is] they had Pizza and Wings.
Cold in Buffalo with some unexpected snow showers Sunday morning. Hopefully Spring will struggle it's way back on the stage this week.
~Wings Up~

Come visit me, Mario Adler & Flitzer.

03/23/2015 03:38.32 AM Report This Comment  
  Flitzer Sundy
Dad put the Happy Hut back in my cage. He took it out when I was having my behavior problems a couple months ago. We're trying it back in - I was so happy to be sleeping in my wonderful hut.
Great to have it back, at least for now.
Dad is having a BluRay Cinema Day here. Friends don't own BluRay Players, so they're coming over to see a movie or two in his BluRay collection.

I'm sure I'll get some snacks from them today.
~Wings Up~

Come visit me, Mario Adler & Flitzer.

03/22/2015 02:13.56 AM Report This Comment  
  Dear Spirit Cloude
First of all, we love you and all of your flockily!
Secondly, we have heard of your mom's depression, and offer a few words to help!
Stand up to the wiles of the devil! Jesus showed us how. He was tempted and each time He said, It is written! Then He quoted God's Word to the devil and after three tries, the devil left Him for a season! (That's 3 months)
Feel free to call me or message me if you need too! We may take a while to get back to you, cause mom's been sick, but we will get back to you!
Never forget that we have a special bond through our birds and we all stand together!
We love you!
Luv, Spot and BonBon, and mama Rea♥

Come visit me, Angel Bertie's Rainbow Gym: Thanks for BOTD!, Angel Bertie: Happy New Year!, Chirps: Happy New Year!!!, The Happy Couple!!!, Spot: Vote Mikey D for May BOTM,276082 & BonBon and Parker:Vote for BOTM!.

03/21/2015 06:30.23 PM Report This Comment  
  Hi Spirit

The plants in your neighborhood can be a big help to nesting birds! Grasses and weeds might be used to build the nest, and having varied habitat in your yard or local park is really important for birds to be able to nest and reproduce successfully, since some birds like to build in bushes, some in small trees, some near the water, some on the ground, some in tall trees, and so on.
Many plants and flowers provide fruit that birds use to feed themselves and their babies. Cedar Waxwings, for example, nest much later in the summer than other birds because they like to eat fruit, and it is more likely that fruit will be ripe later in summer.

All birds need water, both to drink and to keep themselves clean. If you put a birdbath, or even a small shallow container of water, out in your yard, you will probably attract birds! Keep it clean and provide some small stones for them to perch on so they don’t get into deep water.
When female birds are laying eggs, they need more calcium to create strong shells that will protect their young. What’s the best source of calcium? Broken-up eggshells from the eggs in your refrigerator work just fine! After rinsing any yolk residue out of the shells, crush them in a tray and see if the birds come pick them up and carry them away. Some birds use clay or grit to obtain their calcium from their natural environment. Birds also like to collect feathers to line their nests, so you can start a collection of feathers you’ve found outdoors and put them all out one day to watch them get carried away for re-use!
love BOO BOO the rare Blue Bali Mynah

Come visit me, PaddyCake & PiddyGirl, CORI & BOO BOO.

03/21/2015 11:15.53 AM Report This Comment  
  Flitzer Saturday
Dad has a busy weekend with friends, but he makes time to spoil me as well. Today I got carrots (in the correct size and shape). He is so thoughtful.
~Wings Up~

Come visit me, Mario Adler & Flitzer.

03/21/2015 02:43.08 AM Report This Comment  
  hi Spirit
FIRST DAY OF SPRING: its snowing at our house
A sure signs that spring is on the way is the return of the migratory birds. : One morning, the bushes and trees around you are suddenly filled with singing birds that were not there just the day before. They have arrived during the night, following a combination of celestial (by the stars) and magnetic cues that are part of their genetic heritage.
These birds may have flown thousands of miles to reach your yard, after spending the North American winter in Mexico, Central America, or South America, where the days remain warm and food is plentiful during our cold season.Many of the birds we consider "our birds," in north america, actually spend less than half of their lives here. They move north as the snow melts and raise young on the plentiful supplies of insects that are abundant only during the long warm days of our late spring and summer. At the end of the breeding season, usually in late summer or fall, they move south again, most of them following only their instincts to reach the traditional "winter" home of their species.

The spring migration, for each species is a specific, optimal time when the birds need to arrive in their breeding areas. The strongest males arrive first and stake out the prime territories, often in the same location where they nested the previous year. When females arrive, they select the males that occupy the best habitats for raising young. The pair must then construct a nest, incubate eggs, and raise their brood in the short period before it is time to start the journey back to the wintering range.

In the last 20 years, many species are arriving earlier, and a significant number of species are also shifting farther to the north. Why? Scientists now believe that climate change caused by the buildup of greenhouse gases is disrupting the timing of migration and sending some species farther north in search of insects.
There has been an alarming decline in the populations of many migratory bird species. This is a result of several converging factors. Species that depend on unbroken forests in their North American breeding range are suffering because of forest fragmentation. The same species face additional threats south of the U.S. border, where logging and slash-and-burn agriculture are rapidly destroying thousands of acres of their habitats each day. Much research has focused on the lives these birds lead during their stay to the south , how they interact with nonmigratory resident species and how the habitat changes taking place in southern forests might affect the migrants.
love BOO BOO the rare Blue Bali Mynah

Come visit me, PaddyCake & PiddyGirl, CORI & BOO BOO.

03/20/2015 10:31.28 AM Report This Comment  
  Flitzer Friday
Happy Spring - well, that's what the Calendar says.
The forecast says snow and rain.
Let's make it a Great Day anyway.
~Wings Up~

Come visit me, Mario Adler & Flitzer.

03/20/2015 03:31.40 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi Spirit
I had a wonderful time at the castle. Thank you so much for helping me win BOTD.

Come visit me, ALEX has moved to YouPet., POPEYE has moved to YouPet., SAWYER has moved to YouPet., BLUE & JEWEL have moved to YouPet., GINGER has moved to YouPet. & CALICO has moved to YouPet..

03/19/2015 02:09.12 PM Report This Comment  
  Hi Spirit
I hope your fister, Queen Daisy, is letting you share her day at the castle today. I'm sure you would enjoy it since you were there as our King on Tuesday!


Angel & Pepper


03/19/2015 01:31.03 PM Report This Comment  
  Hi Spirit
03/19/2015 11:46.42 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi Spirit
What Can We Do to Save the Bees?
1) Garden Organically – Honeybees are very susceptible to pesticides and insecticides. In your own yard, choose organic means of pest control rather than toxic chemicals. Use companion planting techniques and disease-resistant seed varieties to reduce the need to spray more potent compounds in your garden or landscape.
2) Avoid Neonicotonoids that treat the seed before it’s planted. They essentially render the entire plant that grows out of that seed toxic to whatever insect feeds on it. Do not buy seeds treated with neonics, or plants that have been cultivated from them and encourage the garden centers not even to carry them.
3) Avoid Insecticidal Dusts – When bees collect pollen or nectar from a plant dusted with insecticide, they carry the insecticide back to the hive, where it can cause serious bee kills within the hive for many months. If you must apply insecticides, do so in the late evening or very early morning when fewer bees will be foraging, and when it is not windy.
4) Support Local Beekeepers who are on the front lines of keeping honey bees alive. Support their efforts to reduce pesticide spraying. The drift from the spray can infiltrate their beehives and kill off the bees.
5) Provide Water – Bees need lots of fresh, clean, unpolluted water to help them make their honey. Is there room in your yard or patio to add a small pond with a fountain or water filter to keep the water moving while providing lots to drink for the bees?
6) Urge the U.S. EPA to Test Pesticides That Could Be Causing Bees to Die Off
7) Plant A Variety of Blooming Plants – that bloom at different times of the spring summer and fall to provide a steady source of pollen. Native plants like purple coneflower (Echinacea) and Chokecherry can be ideal.
8) Encourage your neighbors to care for trees, flowers and bushes organically. Identify fields that your city or town can leave unmowed so that bees and other insects can feed on the pollen and nectar that will be available from weeds left to grow wild. Testify about the importance of protecting bees at your local city council or town hall meetings.
9) Buy Honey From Local Beekeepers –! You can find it online, at farmers markets and in natural and whole foods stores.
Love BOO BOO the rare Blue Bali Mynah

Come visit me, PaddyCake & PiddyGirl, CORI & BOO BOO.

03/19/2015 10:59.11 AM Report This Comment  
  King Flitzer on Thursday
Happy Thursday, friends.
Dad and I watched the Diane Sawyer special with Julie Andrews about "THE SOUND OF MUSIC". It's hard to believe the film is 50 years old. My Dad has loved it his whole life.

Colder with rain and threats of snow -These warm sunny days were just a tease and we're not getting Spring yet here in the ol Buffalo.
~Wings Up~

Come visit me, Mario Adler & Flitzer.

03/19/2015 03:55.20 AM Report This Comment  
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03/18/2015 11:34.43 AM Report This Comment  
  hi Spirit
Honeybees do more than make honey. 100 crop species which provide 90% of food worldwide are bee-pollinated. Almost every food you eat exists because bees pollinated the plant they came from. Honeybees populations are dying out in alarming numbers. Since 2006, 10 million beehives, worth an estimated $2 billion, have been lost .Scientists and beekeepers have several theories about why honeybees are dying off.
1) Bees live in colonies, with one queen and many drones and worker bees. During winter, the queen lays eggs within each cell inside a honeycomb. Fertilized eggs hatch into females that become the worker bees. Their job is to forage for food and take care of the colony. Unfertilized eggs become drones or honey bee males. For any colony to survive, the queen must lay fertilized eggs and those eggs must become worker bees. There is only one queen per colony. She mates once, but it counts when she does, as normally she collects more than 5 million sperm, enough so she can fertilize eggs throughout her life. When a queen can no longer lay eggs, new queens become responsible for mating and laying honey bee eggs. One theory behind the collapse of honeybee colonies is that the queen is not getting enough sperm from the male bee that she mates with. Another theory is that the queen is dying earlier than usual, which means she has less time to fertilize eggs. fewer fertilized eggs give rise to fewer worker bees that can help maintain the bee colony. If the queen dies out and is not replaced by a new queen, the hive will die out.
2) Many bee hives have been found to be infected by a tiny parasite called a varroa mite are wreaking havoc on bee colonies. The mites suck fluid from bees’ bodies, making the bees weak and compromising their immune systems. The mites also pass along viruses that can paralyze the bees. It is hard to kill off the mites without harming the bees
3)–, bees need food and water to survive. In their case, food comes from the pollen they collect from a variety of fruits, vegetables, and trees. They also need unpolluted water sources. Urban sprawl and industrial development are taking the place of fields that used to provide the plant variety that kept bees thriving. regions suffering from drought, annual flowers aren’t blooming and perennials aren’t producing as much nectar.
4)Neonicotonoids – is a systemic pesticide. It’s not sprayed on plants. Instead, seeds are treated with the chemical. As the plant grows, the pesticide infuses its plant tissue. If a bee nibbles on a plant grown from neonic-treated seed, it could be lethal.TOMORROW: HOW WE CAN HELP THE BEES
love BOO BOO the rare Blue Bali Mynah

Come visit me, PaddyCake & PiddyGirl, CORI & BOO BOO.

03/18/2015 10:47.29 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi Guys
Thanks for the hatchday greetings and for helping me win Bird Of The Day.

Come visit me, ALEX has moved to YouPet., POPEYE has moved to YouPet., SAWYER has moved to YouPet., BLUE & JEWEL have moved to YouPet., GINGER has moved to YouPet. & CALICO has moved to YouPet..

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