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Indian Ring-Necked Parakeet from Council Hill, OK
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I seen an ad for her and her mate and went to get them 2-28-10.

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Hi! My name is Abbey

I am an Indian Ring-Necked Parakeet from Council Hill, OK.



8 years old   F

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  Hi Abby
Sly here. Welcome to BC. Yeah I know it's late, but better late than never. Sometimes I think the lovies and tiels get noticed more than us bigger birds.
You look like Aramina. She was one of our flock until she kept attacking mom and started on dad. She's got a handsome gray mate now and is quite happy. Mom gets to see her once in a while when she goes over to the main rescue lady's house.
Fly on over and meet my flock.

Come visit me, Shaggy--2010-2013, Ipo, Sidney ~~ALWAYS IN MY HEART~~6/1996-2/2013, Oatie Odette *Thank you for the honor 11/27/13, Sophie O'Too, Pimer--Thanks you all, Punkin *My Dearest Little One--5/23/03 to 9/16/13* & Makana *I am honored as BOTD 10-17-14* Thank You.

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08/03/2010 10:33.11 AM  
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I love the names of your bird family. Especially the ones from Gilligans Island.

Come visit me, Apollo, Aries & Sunshine.

03/03/2010 05:35.29 PM Report This Comment  
  Hi from Roscoe
Hi Abbey, Welcome to the bird channel. Hope you enjoy yourself. There's lots to do and lots of nice FF's to meet. Fly by and chatter anytime. V4u,lol

Come visit me, PRETTY GIRL, THE BIRD CHANNEL NEWS, ROSCOE & SALTY.

03/03/2010 03:55.52 AM Report This Comment  
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Welcome to BC. Here's a vote

Come visit me, Bailey.

03/02/2010 04:34.10 PM Report This Comment  
  welcome to BC
let me be the first to say welcome to BC and leave you a vote

Come visit me, SISSY.

03/02/2010 07:00.41 AM Report This Comment  
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