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I saw him at a Pet Store & knew immediately that he was the One....Had been looking for a couple of years.. Awards
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Hi! My name is Sydney

I am a Macaw from Woodbridge, Intl.

Boo-Boo & Tripod

7 years old   M


Lucky Charms, Pizza, Chicken, Yougurt.

Kitchen, Living Room & My Room where My cage is.


She Love's me all the Time!!!!

I Like to take a shower in the Kitchen sink....I make a big mess & My Mama has to clean it up, but she always says that it's okay...:).


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  If you’re not already getting your monthly issues of Bird Talk, you’re missing out on more of the latest avian information on health, nutrition, behavior, training and grooming how-to’s, new products, housing tips, shows, clubs and more. Subscribe today-- 1 year (12 issues) as low as $13.00. 06/01/2011 01:04.16 PM  
Punkin here. Wish you were on to visit our Sidney.
Well I've heard a thing or two about parronts having flower tea and not sharing. So I decided to letting everybird know how to brew some for themselves...unless they can get their parront to do it for them.

Making Flower Petal Tea:

2 cups fresh fragrant rose petals (about 15 large roses)*
3 cups distilled water
Honey or granulated sugar to taste

*All roses that you intend to consume must be free of pesticides. Do not eat flowers from florists, nurseries, or garden centers. In many cases these flowers have been treated with pesticides not labeled for food crops. The tastiest roses are usually the most fragrant.

Clip and discard bitter white bases from the rose petals; rinse petals thoroughly and Pat dry

In a small saucepan over medium-high heat, place the prepared rose petals. Cover with water and bring just to a simmer; let simmer for approximately 5 minutes, or until the petals become discolored (darkened).

Remove from heat and strain the hot rose petal liquid into teacups. Add honey or sugar to taste.

Makes 4 servings.

Come visit me, Shaggy--2010-2013, Ipo, Sidney ~~ALWAYS IN MY HEART~~6/1996-2/2013, Oatie Odette *Thank you for the honor 11/19/15, Sophie O'Too, Pimer--Thanks you all, Jules, Punkin *Thank You for the Honor* & Makana *I am honored as BOTD 10-17-14* Thank You.

05/21/2011 10:07.46 AM Report This Comment  
  Very beautiful bird!

Come visit me, Picaso, Pancho, Paco & Phoenix.

05/19/2011 02:38.21 PM Report This Comment  
  thanks for stopping by!
i like that toy too, it's one of my favorites. (: so how are you on this find day? here's a vote!

Come visit me, Aloysius.

02/24/2011 05:46.15 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi Sydney
Welcome to the BC! Look at your gorgeous colors! Here is a vote for you. Come visit sometime.


Come visit me, Suki.

02/23/2011 05:23.23 PM Report This Comment  
  hey sydney!
welcome to birdchannel! you are so cute, here's a vote! i hope we can be pals. (:

Come visit me, Aloysius.

02/23/2011 11:22.19 AM Report This Comment  
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