February Activity

I’ve been out of town most of January. Upon my return I’ve noticed that there is no longer a nest in one of the cranes. This particular crane was out of service, so I am not sure if the surrounding neighbors took action or what.

We still have a bunch on our street and they appear to have taken renewed interest in a nest project that I thought they had abandoned a few months ago. Sadly, it’s on a transformer, which will only eventually lead to trouble. They still visit my backyard on a daily basis, but have no interest in our home made nest platform. In looking at what they prefer to build in/on – I would say the platform is not near tall enough (even though it was build as per the directions stated). We are considering at this point moving it so it is higher. The challenge is, it’s really heavy and will only become heavier if the parrots do decide to build on it.

Here are some recent backyard photos, I was disappointed I could not capture them when we had all of the snow on the ground.

Parrots Jan 09

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