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My father got me into birds and bought my 1st tiel. SHe flew away a few years ago. And after we mourned, I got a new Bird.. Awards
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Hi! My name is Bird

I am a Cockatiel from florissant, MO.

6 years old   M


ANything other than natural pellets.

On top of the cage and in Tarra's room.

Getting touched in any way.

No hands, unless he needs to step-up..


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Come visit me, Derbe(Chicken), Tail Fethers (chicken), Iago & Puss-Puss(Chicken).

02/27/2012 02:25.46 PM Report This Comment  
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  Hi Bird
Punkin here. Did you hear that I have a quest to be BOTM! I sure can use all the votes I can get. Would your flock support me?
We have a fosterling named Bird. She should be going to her new home soon. She's a sun conure.
I'm also sharing with everybird some flowers we CAN EAT!
Today's is:

Bee Balm (Monarda didyma) - Also called Wild Bergamot, Wild Oswego Tea, Horsemint, Monarda. Wild bee balm tastes like oregano and mint. The taste of bee balm is reminiscent of citrus with soft mingling of lemon and orange. The red flowers have a minty flavor. Any place you use oregano, you can use bee balm blossoms. The leaves and flower petals can also be used in both fruit and regular salads. The leaves taste like the main ingredient in Earl Gray Tea and can be used as a substitute.

Phlox, Perrennial Phlox (Phlox paniculata) - It is the perennial phlox, NOT the annual, that is edible. It is the high-growing (taller) and not the low-growing (creeping) phlox that grows from 3 to 4 feet tall. Slightly spicy taste. Great in fruit salads. The flowers vary from a Reddish purple to pink, some white.

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.

05/14/2011 10:44.31 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi bird,
what a nice name.
you are a young one I am a 26yr young tiel who will be 27 next week 4/11 so fly by for a visit.
mom takes good care of me
have a grat day

Come visit me, boopski & Mr boopski.

04/03/2011 07:47.17 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi Bird
welcome to the BC, we are tiels too come by and visit us
here a vote with tiel hugs.
Frannie & the Flock

Come visit me, Biscottie, max, Snowflake, baby bird, Frannie, In Loving memory of Rugula, Frannie and the Flockl & pearl.

03/10/2011 09:10.37 AM Report This Comment  
  Thanks for the Welcome
You've got beautiful coloring- that's some orange spot! Here's a vote!

Charlie the Sun Conure

Come visit me, Charlie & Nikki.

03/07/2011 12:44.45 PM Report This Comment  
  Thanks for voting for me!
Thank you so much! I had a great day at the castle! Here's a vote.

Come visit me, Curious, Foster Page ~ Welcome, Baby Tiel!, Tico, Tulip, Juni, Pearl and Faith, Sally & Cinny and Sugar.

03/06/2011 11:01.58 AM Report This Comment  
  You look like Cinny!
We have a buddy named Cinny here, and he looks just like you! Here's a vote!
Come visit me, Cinny, and the rest of the flock!

Come visit me, Curious, Foster Page ~ Welcome, Baby Tiel!, Tico, Tulip, Juni, Pearl and Faith, Sally & Cinny and Sugar.

03/02/2011 07:44.36 AM Report This Comment  
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