Parrot Sightings 2007

There is more activity than ever on my street. Numerous parrots are here every day, usually in pairs; I believe they may be looking for a location to build a nest. My husband used the directions posted by Operation Parakeet and crafted the following feeder and nest in the photos below (ok, I made him do that also) …but I have to say, all this is not necessary. My inlaws use standard feeders and they have them every day! Seems like they’re a lot like hummingbirds; if you see them, then all you have to do is make them welcome.

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