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Bella – Vinaceous-Breasted Amazon It’s amazing to live where wild parrots are abundant. From my office, I can see and hear parrots pretty much every day. Parrots are constantly present, and if a bird of prey passes nearby, the parrots, parakeets, and other birds go “crazy”! As a result, I frequently see Crested Caracaras and, throughout the winter, Peregrine and Merlin Falcons. You have to admit that falcons are quite cool.
In the garden, I also have a feeding table. When food is consistently placed out at the same time every day, bird tables operate best. With so many other exciting things happening, that doesn’t completely work for me, but it doesn’t matter because the parrots visit every day when there is food because they come in. I even brought out my SLR camera to take some photographs through my now fungus-filled lens as I crept up to within a few meters of the wild parrots (the other side of living in the tropics).
Even a parrot is currently residing in my home. Usually, when we got the word that someone had found a parrot, there was a lot going on. A broken parrot is never received at a convenient time. He is hidden in a hospital cage in my office, where I can hear him occasionally moving and eating.
Unbelievably, the difficulty of ever finishing any assignment is higher still. I’m not referring to the little flies that have recently appeared and will spend the rest of their brief life attempting to crawl into my eyes or the midday light that beats down and might damage my fine desk. The parrot chicks, specifically!
There are plenty, but still not nearly enough, parrot nests within a mile of my home. There are adorable baby parrots in green, pink, or prickly pin-feathered varieties that are growing deep inside these beautiful rock and tree crevices.
Additionally, a significant portion of their work involves eating, digesting, and popping. Amazingly, the hills have expanded every time I snuck out of the office and ran there to get away. Green fledglings develop from white eggs in just two short months. It’s a wonder I do anything at all considering how amazing the metamorphosis is when I could be outside gushing over them!