If someone can name this bird please let me know
Guest - Aug 03, 2005 12:53 AM EDT
me tooo, was thinking the same thing, Karen, re the winters. am a worry wart when it comes to lost pets : ) or animals in distress one way or another
Guest - Aug 03, 2005 12:15 AM EDT
I'm glad it is not an escapee. It would never survive your winter. I got some shots of an aqua colored parakeet that was running with the sparrows. It disappeared after a couple weeks. A cat probably got it. It was too wild to be enticed by a human.
Guest - Aug 01, 2005 11:48 AM EDT
The bird was free flying at the Aviary and is ok. I just wanted to know the name of the species so I could title it instead of "colorful bird". Sorry if I misled you, I didn't mean to, but thanks for the concern.
Guest - Aug 01, 2005 05:02 AM EDT
Beautiful color on this bird.
Guest - Jul 31, 2005 11:37 PM EDT
This definitely is a conure. I would take this photo to a pet store that deals in birds and they should be able to identify it for you. Conures are small parrots that come in many colors.
Guest - Jul 31, 2005 11:07 PM EDT
That is definitely a parrot of some type, perhaps in the conure family, and I'm sure it escaped its cage. I'll see if I can ID it for you. You might set up a cage with sunflowers or peanuts to attract it.
Guest - Jul 31, 2005 10:30 PM EDT
dont know the type Mary, sorry, but it looks like some type of "cage bird" or someone's pet bird that has escaped and become lost. Am sure it's not a wild bird from your area, is what I mean. Is anyone advertising in a local paper for a bird in the "lost" columns? or perhaps the local vets would know if someone's lost this bird. just some thoughts.
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