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Military Macaw from Macon, GA
Princess Storm

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I'd advertised that I'd like to adopt another bigger bird. Her former owners contacted me and invited me to come meet her.We were a perfect match!She and all her belongings were GIVEN to me on the spot. She's been the best gift I've ever recieved,in my life(and from perfect strangers)I've kept in contact with her former family, sending photos, updates and videos from time to time. I'm still amazed at this wonderful gift, my girl,Storm.. Awards
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Hi! My name is Princess Storm

I am a Military Macaw from Macon, GA.

Princess,Big Girl,Big Mama, My Girl and Stormy.

24 years old   F

Military Macaw

Walnuts! And just about anything nutritious my Mom gives me to eat.

In warm weather she likes to sit on the banister of the back deck, or in the small pear tree in the back yard.

She loves me for being Me; wild, wonderful, loud, and Stormy!

Storm has to have her walnuts. If not given to her by 8:00 AM, she'll scream;" Ma", so loud she could wake up the dead. Lol..

It's Stormy weather when my bird and I aren't together..

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  Hi fellow Military! Left u a vote. Im a 2nd home bird also. I've been with my Mom for 16 yrs now & couldn't be happier!! Please come visit my brand new webpage & give me my 1st vote!

Come visit me, TiaMaria.

11/04/2012 02:59.18 PM Report This Comment  
Cute birdie! Left a vote.

Come visit me, Cupid ~RIP~, Yoshi & Luna.

07/03/2011 08:54.58 AM Report This Comment  
  Hello Storm,
Here is a vote for you. We like Walnuts too, it is our favorite nut. We eat our walnuts at night before bed time and in the morning we eat apples, corn on the cob, broccoli, oats and groats, lettuce and spinach.

Come visit me, Sunflower, FRODO & Luvie Family.

06/14/2011 07:47.08 PM Report This Comment  
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  Hello Princess Storm,
Thanks for visiting me! I love military macaws, they are so beautiful and rare. Here's a vote for you!

Come visit me, Belle -NOW IN THE JULY ISSUE OF BIRD TALK!.

02/27/2011 06:09.40 AM Report This Comment  
  You look so coy looking down at us from your lofty perch!

Valerie, Franklin Square, NY.

02/25/2011 06:58.35 PM Report This Comment  
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