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Indian Ring-Necked Parakeet from Council Hill, OK
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Traded a breeding pair of cockatiels for him. He lived pretty far away so we had to meet his previous owners halfway, so I had a nice road trip and got a beautiful bird..

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Hi! My name is cocoa

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



5 years old   M

Indian Ring-Necked Parakeet

peanuts and oranges

I like to hang out on top of my cage

If he dont get out when he wants to, he will pace back an forth in the cage untill someone opens his door

when she seen me it was love at first sight

He likes to do the bunny hop across the top of his cage.

Shake your tail feathers.

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  What a bird
You have wonderful birds. I to have an indian ringneck. A blue female and a violet male.

Come visit me, Nalu & Teddy.

10/24/2010 10:05.57 PM Report This Comment  
  Hi!
It's me, Beowulf. My mom thinks you're a handsome fellow, and I think you're cool. Welcome to BC!

Come visit me, Beowulf.

10/20/2010 06:22.01 AM Report This Comment  
  Welcome
Hi Cocoa, You are so pretty. How did you get your name? My mom rescued me and I was already named Bernie so it was best to leave it. You have quite a large family must be nice. I have a brother (cat) named Aspen. He comes when ever I call. So does mom. All well trained here. Welcome, come by sometime. Bernie

Come visit me, Bernie.

10/17/2010 10:47.36 AM Report This Comment  
  what a great family you have!

Joan, Franklin Square, NY.

10/16/2010 09:07.18 PM Report This Comment  
  hi
here is a vote

Come visit me, Belle, cammy, hawkeye & pearl.

10/16/2010 07:51.50 PM Report This Comment  
  Hi Cocoa! You are so cute! Here's a vote for you!

Come visit me, Siena, Chicken, Chloe, Max (RIP Poor little guy!!) & Donovan, Kato, Trooper, Benny, Oliver & Solo.

10/16/2010 05:17.50 PM Report This Comment  
  Hello!
You're so beautiful!!!
It,S the first time I see a birs like you.
Here's a vote for you

Come visit me, Kiki & Biscuit.

10/16/2010 12:30.47 PM Report This Comment  
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