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Hi! My name is ~*BeGe*~

I am a Budgerigar from Fayetteville, TN.

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  Hi BeGe
Well, we've seen all the rooms, and today I'm showing some of the animals that have come to us recently. They are in the treatment room, on their way to an enclosure where they can receive proper diets, or into the waterfowl area, where they can be treated before release. The first pic is a ruby throated hummingbird. We keep these little birds in the avian nursery until their release, since they are so petite. The second pic is a green heron, getting his exam. He was later moved to an indoor enclosure with a 'pond' in it, and released on the river. The third pic is of a grebe. These birds rarely leave the water, so we don't get too many of them at the center. Usually when we get them, they've landed on a wet parking lot or street, thinking it's water. They don't function too well on land, though, so they are rescued by kind hearted people and brought in to us. Usually, after examining them, they are up for release, as they've just lost their way and are not hurt. Did you ever see a grebe's feet? They are really cool, look like leaves of water plants! So, we are nearly done with this month long run. The only places mom didn't take pics was the outdoor waterfowl area and the turtle pen. Sorry, she wasn't thinking about them for a building tour. Usually when we do tours of the building, we show people the nurseries and the menagerie where the education animals are kept. I've given you a real 'behind the scenes' tour this month, though, so you got to see much more than most folks! Here's a vote and a hug, thanks for coming to vote for me! Willie

Come visit me, Gizmo, I miss you, sweet boy, Willie, Season's Greetings, Everybirdie!, PEPPINO, please vote me BOTM for the new year, Divo & Falco, Merry Christmas!.

08/30/2011 06:20.26 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi BeGe
Well, since we detoured to the treatment room yesterday, let's peek in at the nurseries today. In the mammal nursery, there are a fox squirrel and gray squirrel side by side, and we can see a baby squirrel getting fed. This is what mom and the other fosters do at home before they are weaned. Fosters can take their babies to the center to feed if they are on a shift, though. The second pic is of another baby bunny on the verge of release. Bunnies may breed 5 times over the summer, so the center always has bunnies of various ages in the bunny room all season long. We're coming into the home stretch now, and I need to talk about the guts of the building, where volunteers put in a ton of time. That's the back 1/4 of the building, where the kitchen and laundry areas are located. There are about 20 loads of laundry every day all summer long, but we just got an industrial washer and dryer donated, so that will cut down on loads done. It can hold up to 20 lbs of wash at a time, YAY!!! There are also 2 freezers and one refrigerator, recently installed by the Animal Rescue League. These replace 2 old freezers and 2 old refrigerators that had been there for ages, since mom started. One of the refrigerators was so old, it needed defrosted every couple of weeks! There is also a large linen storage area in this part of the building, as well as food cupboards, large metal cans with dry foods, such as birdseed, rabbit food, etc., and a room with kennels of various sizes for taking animals out on programs or for their enclosures, as hides. At the sinks, you're likely to see a volunteer washing and disinfecting dishes almost all day long, too. Well, that's the very back of the building, I'll be back tomorrow with more animals! Hugs and a vote for you, Willie

Come visit me, Gizmo, I miss you, sweet boy, Willie, Season's Greetings, Everybirdie!, PEPPINO, please vote me BOTM for the new year, Divo & Falco, Merry Christmas!.

08/28/2011 06:09.38 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi BeGe
That was a killdeer!
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Let's detour to the treatment room today, where a litter of young possums has been admitted. As you can see, these guys and gals are ready to be out of the pouch, but not quite ready for release yet. They have actually been at the center for a few weeks, growing together, and today they will be examined and separated from each other in preparation for their life in the wild. The center will keep each one in a separate cage for a week or 2, until they reach release weight, then let them go. At this age, baby possums are traveling on mom's back in the wild, learning what to eat and what to avoid. The center will give them the proper nutrition in the form of food they'd encounter in the wild, along with kibble for some protein until their release. Contrary to belief, adult opossums cannot hang by a tail, but these little ones can. Opossums use their prehensile tails as a fifth paw, for helping them get around and carry grasses into a hollow to sleep. Hugs and a vote for you from Willie and some very cute babies.

Come visit me, Gizmo, I miss you, sweet boy, Willie, Season's Greetings, Everybirdie!, PEPPINO, please vote me BOTM for the new year, Divo & Falco, Merry Christmas!.

08/27/2011 06:06.39 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi BeGe
Okay, okay, enough with the herps corner! (That's the reptiles and amphibians, you know.) Today we're going back outside, into the large flight cage. Usually we have hawks or owls there, making sure they can hunt and roost successfully. The day mom took the pics, though, there were killdeer in there, making sure they could scratch out a living on the floor! The cage is huge, about the size of a large barn, with an open roof, netted of course. There are large branches and logs in there, with a hide box for those who need it. Other animals can use the flight cage, as well as hawks, falcons, and owls. As you see, the killdeer are in there, but we also use it for foxes prior to release. We see if they can dig their way out! If so, they're ready to go. Thanks for your votes, here's a vote and a hug for you too. Willie

Come visit me, Gizmo, I miss you, sweet boy, Willie, Season's Greetings, Everybirdie!, PEPPINO, please vote me BOTM for the new year, Divo & Falco, Merry Christmas!.

08/26/2011 06:45.12 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi BeGe
Okay, as you noticed yesterday, we're in the herps corner now! (Where reptiles and amphibians live!) Our education turtles live outdoors for the summer, in a lovely enclosure built for them by Eagle scouts, so we may not have a pic of them, since they bury themselves in the mud. Today you are looking at a pic of Sal, the Eastern Tiger salamander. We do get salamanders and frogs from time to time to care for there, but Sal is a permanent resident of the center. He has been there since 2001, before mom started volunteering. He was being sold illegally through the newspaper, and our director bought him and set him up properly at the center. As you might recall, it's illegal in PA to have any wild animal as a pet without the proper licenses and permits. Sal is aging, now, and slowing down quite a bit, but he's had a great life there. His habitat is divided into a watery half and a muddy half, so he can spend time wherever he wants. He gets fed mealworms every day if he wants them, too. He has a log to hide under, so his living space is just like it would be in the wild. Eastern tiger salamanders have been extirpated from PA, so Sal is the last of his kind living in the state. For those who don't know that word, extirpated means extinct in this area. They do live elsewhere on the east coast, but they've lost too much natural habitat here to survive. Thanks for coming by, see you tomorrow with another hug and vote. Willie

Come visit me, Gizmo, I miss you, sweet boy, Willie, Season's Greetings, Everybirdie!, PEPPINO, please vote me BOTM for the new year, Divo & Falco, Merry Christmas!.

08/25/2011 06:04.17 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi BeGe
No, that's not a native snake you're looking at, it's Dante, our ball python. We like to use native animals for our education programs, but let's face it, most of the snakes in PA are tiny! We do have black racers and blacksnakes, not to mention a couple poisonous varieties, but most of ours are milk snake size or garter snake size. Anyway, we use Dante for education programs because he's easy to see from the whole room, and the handler doesn't have to walk with him. Dante has a scarred belly from a previous owner who had a reptile rock for him, but no place where he could cool down if he wanted. He was severely burned at one point. This is why he was donated to the center, we think. He's healed now, and lives in a lovely enclosure. While most of our meat eating animals are fed dead food, the snakes are given live prey. Dante eats about every 2 weeks. Ball pythons are not native to the US, but they are good pets because they grow to about 4 1/2 feet and stop growing any longer. This means a person has an idea about how large the habitat should be when they buy that cute little snake. Thanks for your continued support! Here's a hug and a vote today. Willie

Come visit me, Gizmo, I miss you, sweet boy, Willie, Season's Greetings, Everybirdie!, PEPPINO, please vote me BOTM for the new year, Divo & Falco, Merry Christmas!.

08/24/2011 10:37.21 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi BeGe
Yep, reptiles and amphibians will be upcoming in a blog soon!
Thanks for coming back! We've already seen some of the outdoor raptor mews, with Martha and Fluffy in them. These are outdoor enclosures attached to the building with access to the indoors in very cold weather. The raptors can come inside when we are not busy, during the winter. Sop, continuing along the mews, we come to the gang, Sid, Vince, and Tony, the 3 turkey vultures who live with us. I don't know if I mentioned this before, but if the animals have names, they are permanent residents. We never name the rehab animals, as we don't want people to think they can interact with them. Anyway, Sid and Vince have been at the center since at least 2002. They were there when mom began volunteering that year. Tony is a newer addition to the group, and we're actually looking to place him as an education animal with another rehabilitation center. Turkey vultures are very social animals, love each other's company, so all 3 of the guys are housed together. All 3 have wing injuries that never healed properly. The Aviary donated Vince, Sid was brought to us by the PA Game Commission, as was Tony. Just some general info about turkey vultures: they are the only birds in the state with a sense of smell. Even black vultures follow the TVs around to find food. They cool off in the summer by pooping down their legs (I know, sounds yucky to me too!), and their first line of defense is projectile vomiting. Considering what they eat, it's not very pleasant. Their heads are bald to prevent infections from the food they eat. They get 2 mews to call their own, because both of the outdoor mews open into their indoor cage. We do house other raptors in one of them, if we run out of space in the summer, though. Here's a vote and hug for today! Willie

Come visit me, Gizmo, I miss you, sweet boy, Willie, Season's Greetings, Everybirdie!, PEPPINO, please vote me BOTM for the new year, Divo & Falco, Merry Christmas!.

08/22/2011 06:22.01 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi BeGe
Since we talked yesterday about the indoor RVS space, we will do the outdoor spaces today. The center has 4 large enclosures for RVS animals, which are used by ground hogs (the pic below), raccoons, and foxes. Skunks are kept in cages inside a large wooden structure (roofless) with the waterfowl. Each RVS cage is double layered, to protect both the animals and the people who might wander back that far. Before being put outside, each animal is given a rabies inoculation as well. The animals who leave the indoor nursery and go outdoors are kept until they would normally leave mama, up to 4 months in the case of the foxes, then released in the county where they were found. The state has strict regulations on where RVS animals can be released, and the center must follow all the rules. (This basically means mom can't bring them home to release in our backyard.) The groundhog (woodchuck, marmot, whistlepig, whatever they are called in your neck of the woods) represents approximately 50 or so that we get each year. We get raccoons by the hundreds, it seems, fewer skunks, and fewer still foxes. (Presently in PA there is a disease called White nose syndrome among bats. It's 99% fatal right now so we aren't allowed to take bats for the time being. Game officers are working to find a cure and to know if it will affect other mammals.) Mom likes the bats, too, so feels bad to have to turn them away. Thanks for your continued support, here's a vote and hug for you. Willie

Come visit me, Gizmo, I miss you, sweet boy, Willie, Season's Greetings, Everybirdie!, PEPPINO, please vote me BOTM for the new year, Divo & Falco, Merry Christmas!.

08/21/2011 06:22.13 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi BeGe
We are detouring today into the RVS room indoors. The center has 4 outdoor enclosures for RVS(Rabies vector species) animals, as well as a large pen outdoors where both waterfowl and older skunks are kept, but these photos were taken in the RVS nursery. This is a room with double locked doors that only certain volunteers may enter. Those with pre-exposure rabies shots are permitted to work with these animals. In here are all the mammals you didn't see in the mammal nursery; infant skunks, raccoons, foxes, ground hogs, and bats. The pics below show a somewhat older raccoon and fox who aren't big enough to go outside yet. By now, they are both out there, and the raccoons have mostly been released. The foxes will go after about 16 weeks of age. The center deals with over 100 raccoons each year, and usually one or 2 foxes. This year, there are 6 foxes, both red and gray kinds, who need separate facilities, so not only are all the RVS enclosures in use, the center has also dedicated 2 outdoor aviaries with limited access to the foxes. Baby season is winding down now, so most of the mammals are getting out soon, or have been released already. Hugs and a vote, Willie

Come visit me, Gizmo, I miss you, sweet boy, Willie, Season's Greetings, Everybirdie!, PEPPINO, please vote me BOTM for the new year, Divo & Falco, Merry Christmas!.

08/20/2011 06:26.31 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi BeGe
It's a great day to meet Fluffy, our barred owl. Fluffy has been with the center since 2004, when he was turned in with a head injury. On examination, our director realized that he had lost his right eye. The center would normally release a one-eyed owl, since they hunt as much with their ears as with their eyes, but on further testing for visual acuity, he was found to be nearly blind in his remaining eye. That's how Fluffy became an education owl. In PA, barred owls and barn owls are the only 2 with brown eyes. The barred owl's hoot is the longest call in the owl family, consisting of 9 or more hoots in a row. They live in deep woods, usually, and are nocturnal. Thanks for coming by again today, here's a hug and vote for you. Willie

Come visit me, Gizmo, I miss you, sweet boy, Willie, Season's Greetings, Everybirdie!, PEPPINO, please vote me BOTM for the new year, Divo & Falco, Merry Christmas!.

08/19/2011 06:05.25 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi BeGe
They're big white lop eared bunnies, we don't know breeds. How any ducklings can you see? The center raises between 80-100 ducklings every spring and summer! The guys and gals in this picture are outdoors now, and ready to be released, but there is a new crop in the small flight aviary right now. There are many kinds of ducks that come into PA, these little ones here are all mallard ducklings, though. We've had buffle-head ducks, loons, wood ducks, black ducks, teals, and of course, mallards. As long as they are similar in age/size, they can all be raised together, first on baby duck food, and later on adult duck food and greens. We live on 3 rivers here, and the Allegheny River is close to the center, so that's usually where they go when they're released. We wish all these little ones a happy life! Here's a hug and vote for today. Willie

Come visit me, Gizmo, I miss you, sweet boy, Willie, Season's Greetings, Everybirdie!, PEPPINO, please vote me BOTM for the new year, Divo & Falco, Merry Christmas!.

08/18/2011 12:49.09 PM Report This Comment  
  Hi BeGe
Thanks for coming by with a vote today! As you know from a previous blog, Eastern cottontail rabbits are easily stressed, so would not make good education animals for the center. So, we have Felix and Fletcher, 2 of the biggest bunnies we've ever seen. They weigh in at around 12 or 13 pounds each! They are brothers and came to us from our parent organization, the Animal Rescue League. As you can see, they live a pretty luxurious life at the center, their cage is padded with blankets, they have plenty of fresh fruits and veggies to eat, as well as rabbit food and hay. They get lots of toys, and are very popular on outings. The center is funded strictly by donations from the public, and the occasional grant from a company. Any of the grant organizations which have visited the center are impressed with the cleanliness and the overall good condition of the animals and the building/grounds. Here's a hug and vote for you from me, Willie.

Come visit me, Gizmo, I miss you, sweet boy, Willie, Season's Greetings, Everybirdie!, PEPPINO, please vote me BOTM for the new year, Divo & Falco, Merry Christmas!.

08/16/2011 06:38.36 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi BeGe
From the "CAN IT BE TRUE FILES", or did I really need to know this...

Breakfast Floss
Who needs breakfast when you’ve got Breakfast Floss? Start off your day by using the coffee flavor on your lower teeth, then switch over to the waffle and bacon flavors for your uppers. Quite possibly the most delicious way to keep yourself out of the dentist’s chair.

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08/16/2011 04:20.09 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi BeGe
Mom volunteers at a local wildlife center, and the pics are of some of the patients and some of the education animals (Those who can't be released).
Today we are going to talk about the 2 ducks in the pic below. Can't see 2? Look closely! The little yellow duck is named Quackers, and she was donated to our education program by the National Aviary in 2002. She's quite old for a duck, don't you think? She is a call duck, a domestic relative of wild mallards. She is taken on education programs and to information tables, where she always makes a big splash, heehee. Due to her advanced age, though, Quackers has now retired and stays in at the center most of the time. She has a foot that is withering, but can still get around, and loves her pond. The bigger duck in the front is called Moochie. Moochie came to us a few years ago (2007) after a trip from Kentucky. A family had purchased a dozen eggs at a roadside stand, and Moochie hatched from one of them in the car! They brought him to the center where he's lived ever since. Moochie is a hybrid duck, part mallard and part Peking duck, we think. He is very friendly and loves grapes as a special treat. Shortly after hatching, Moochie fell in love with Quackers, so they have lived together since 2007. They can both go outside on nice days to the enclosure with a pond, so they can cool off. Here's a vote and a hug today, Willie

Come visit me, Gizmo, I miss you, sweet boy, Willie, Season's Greetings, Everybirdie!, PEPPINO, please vote me BOTM for the new year, Divo & Falco, Merry Christmas!.

08/15/2011 10:27.46 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi BeGe
Hi everyone! Today we will meet Murphy, our year old education skunk. He was actually born last May, so he's a little over a year old. He was purchased from a breeder to guarantee that he's at least 7 generations out of the wild and doesn't carry rabies. He has been getting spoiled for over a year now, and has gone on countless education programs and information table outings. Murphy is popular with all the people who see him! Of course, he has had the anal glands with the smelly stuff removed, but he still has a musky odor if he gets wet. Did you know that skunks are their own family of animals? People used to place them in the mustelid group with weasels, ferrets, and others. Now, though, scientists have decided there are enough differences between them that skunks form their own group, the mephites. This group includes striped (Murphy) and spotted skunks. In the wild, skunks eat about 70% insects and grubs, including bees, but at the center, Murphy gets chicken for his protein, and wild skunks which are treated there get pet food until they leave. Skunks are omnivores, so Murphy and his wild cousins also get a variety of fruits and vegetables, along with earthworms or mealies occasionally. He'll actually eat Milk Bones when he's out and about. Murphy is a lot of fun to take in public! Here's a vote and hug from me, also fun, Willie

Come visit me, Gizmo, I miss you, sweet boy, Willie, Season's Greetings, Everybirdie!, PEPPINO, please vote me BOTM for the new year, Divo & Falco, Merry Christmas!.

08/14/2011 06:15.31 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi Be Ge--
A pleasure to make your acquaintance! What a handsome fellow you are. A big hug for stopping by my page, and for Twissie and Sookie, too. Tell Sookie I love his hair, and for Twissie a big mmmmmwah!

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08/10/2011 08:58.26 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi BeGe
Thanks for stopping by to say hi. I always make my visits in the early morning hours, cause it's nice and quiet, and mom can go faster, hee hee.

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08/09/2011 02:20.53 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi BeGe
Here comes Squak from a low altitude of 200 feet, zeroing in on the voteie button. Dropping a foriegn object, watch it drop down. DIRECT Hit. Darn I am good, gonna try 300 feet tomorrow, see ya later.

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08/08/2011 06:48.26 AM Report This Comment  
  Wow!
Aren't you a cutie?
Across the hall once again, we see the small flight aviary. This room is used for a number of purposes. It currently houses a peregrine, but the pic below is of the fledgling screech owls who were in there a while ago. We have housed mourning doves, killdeer, ducklings, and many other species in here. It's basically for small raptors, to make sure they can hunt and land successfully before release, but it has also become a room for any species who flocks, needs some extra time or space to grow, or privacy. It has perches and hide spots, lots of greenery, and room to maneuver for small raptors. There is also pegboard hanging in case we house swifts in there. (Swifts cling to walls, don't live in nests once they hatch.) Again, each species housed here has its own special diet, and is fed appropriately. This might be a good time to tell you the center does up to 20 loads of laundry a day in the summer, and washes and sterilizes literally hundreds of dishes each day. Animals get fresh linens, fresh curtains, and fresh food and water bowls daily. Thanks for your continued support, here's a hug and vote today. Willie

Come visit me, Gizmo, I miss you, sweet boy, Willie, Season's Greetings, Everybirdie!, PEPPINO, please vote me BOTM for the new year, Divo & Falco, Merry Christmas!.

08/07/2011 06:45.44 AM Report This Comment  
  Hello BeGe!
Yes i love meeting new birdie friends!

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07/31/2011 09:38.41 PM Report This Comment  
  Hello BeGe
No im the only pet/child! Mom had a dog and a ferret before me but they passed on a couple years ago! Mom was lonely for a while till she got me and im the best thing thats happened to her she says! Mom has been thinking about getting another pet but she isnt sure if ill like or not/ how ill act as well! Yes mom lived in tennessee for a short while she goes back to visit often!

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07/30/2011 06:30.20 PM Report This Comment  
  Greetings and Thank Yous
Afternoon Greetings BeGe, I'm honored and pleased to be you July 30th BOTD. I do hope your well. Have a great Saturday now!

BBS. King Rome and Stana

Katelynn, Dover, DE.

07/30/2011 03:15.28 PM Report This Comment  
  Hello BeGe
Thats great! Mom often goes to tennessee she actually lived their for over 2 years but back in alabama now! And i didnt know you could have a friends list on here i just though you go to your profile and click my account to see the messages you got i didnt actually know you could add as a friend?! Anyway im doing great today im glad you are too

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07/30/2011 12:02.55 AM Report This Comment  
  Hey BeGe
LOL a picky eater theres nothing wrong with that i get like that sometimes if the food is new or if i havent had it before but everything mom eats i have to try lol! Thanks for the vote! i bet your popular! I know this seems random and out there but mom thinks i need a date and that there are alot of handsome budgies on here including yourself! Thanks for visiting me im glad we can be friends!!

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07/28/2011 03:15.55 PM Report This Comment  
  Hello BeGe
Wow your a handsome birdie!!! HI my name is Prettybird and im also a budgie but female!!I seen where you was BOTD a while back but never got around too it moms computer messed up and she came down with health problems but anyways i wanted to congragulate you on being BOTD! Sorry its late! I would love to be birdie friends :-)! I gave you a vote!!! HOPe to hear from you soon! I hope your having a birdtastic summer and staying cool I know i am!

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07/23/2011 10:28.44 PM Report This Comment  
  Thanks so much!
Well I woke up this morning and what do you know-I did make BOTD! Thanks so much for all the support!

Justin

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07/19/2011 02:30.27 PM Report This Comment  
  Hi BeGe
Stopping by to say HI!
I hope you have a good day!

Comet

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06/28/2011 09:07.40 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi BeGe
Wow what a surprise to go to visit the bird of the day to find out it was me! Thank you every birdie for voting for me!! Come to the castle for a big party and lots of cake and ice cream to celebrate too. There is plenty of room so spend the night if you can too. Thank you all so much. “Like the gold of the sun, like the light of the day, may the luck of the Irish, shine bright on your way”. V4U. Your kissing cousin, Gus

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06/26/2011 07:35.40 PM Report This Comment  
  Hi Be Ge,
What a great honor to become bird of the day, I am sending a vote for you.
You are a very pretty bird.

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06/25/2011 07:47.52 PM Report This Comment  
  Hi BeGe
Congratulations on winning botd! Enjoy the castle to the and fullest for the time
here sure goes fast for some reason…Chi chi and Gus

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06/25/2011 04:53.04 PM Report This Comment  
  Congratulations King BeGe
Great seeing you in the spotlight. You really are quite the handsome fellow.
Tiel stomp for you.
Zippy

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06/25/2011 04:28.47 PM Report This Comment  
  Hi Cutie
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Here's a vote from a pair of English bugs, pair of 'keets and a little boy Bourke. Pretty boy!

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06/25/2011 03:18.06 PM Report This Comment  
  Hey there BeGe!
Congratulations on making BOTD! Here's a vote from Spica, and the rest of our flock here in Tarpon Springs Florida. Have a wonderful weekend!

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06/25/2011 02:45.19 PM Report This Comment  
  Hi BeGe
Congratulations on your BOTD. Bye bye.

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06/25/2011 01:16.09 PM Report This Comment  
  VOTE PRINGLE FOR 10K CLUB PG #8908
CONGRATULATIONS BEGE ON MAKING BOTD. MY YOU HAVE SUCH BEAUTIFUL COLORING. I LOVE THE WHITE AND SKY BLUE FEATHERS. MOM'S FORTS BIRD WAS A CUTE PARAKEET NAMED PETEY. HE HAD THE SAME CLORING ONLY HIS BLUE LOOKED LIKE HE WAS WEARING A VEST.

SWEETPEPPER & KACEY

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06/25/2011 12:32.56 PM Report This Comment  
  Hello King BeGe~
Congratulations! I am so very happy for you! I do hope you enjoy your day at the castle and I hope I see you atthe Milong later today!
Your royal portrait will be added to the gallery on the calendar page for all to admire!
Royal Hugs ~ Sugar

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06/25/2011 11:58.13 AM Report This Comment  
  King BeGe!
Congratulations on being our BOTD King today! Enjoy your day at the castle!

Hugs,

Angel & Pepper

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06/25/2011 11:49.44 AM Report This Comment  
  hi BeGe
congratulations on winning botd. you make a fine little king. enjoy your day in the spotlight! love corie and boo boo

Come visit me, Paddy Cake & Piddy Girl, CORI reigning champ on feed the birdie & BOO BOO VOTE PEPPINO BOTM 262561.

06/25/2011 11:09.27 AM Report This Comment  
  Wow What A Beautiful King
Congratulations your highness on being BOTD. May your day be filled with fun and excitement. Hope to see you at the castle so that we can party hearty.

Kisses and Hugs,

SweetPea

Come visit me, Sweet Pea.

06/25/2011 10:16.06 AM Report This Comment  
  Congratulations King BeGe!!
Sam bows before the newly crowned King. I'm so glad to see you as our BOTD King! Your Majesty looks regal and refined! I do hope you'll have a great time in the Castle! Sam bows and exits the Throne Room.

Come visit me, Silver Sluggers Page Where Greyt Things Happen & Vote Peppino BOTM 262561 Miss Falco in The KB!.

06/25/2011 09:08.00 AM Report This Comment  
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