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I found some of the pics I've made of them; I will upload more when I can :)

Rurik in his old cage, where he had that cute awning to sleep when he was alone:



Katya, just arrived:



Entertain me.



Very intersting... now the scritches.



Katya enjoying a sunflower seed:



I hope you enjoyed it :)

Rara avis.
 

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Thanks :)

I'm trying to make them more pics; but when they see me with the camera, Rurik flies away and Katya tries to eat it :wacko:...

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Thanks :)

I'm trying to make them more pics; but when they see me with the camera, Rurik flies away and Katya tries to eat it :wacko:...

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LOL! I used to have a cockatiel, about 15 years ago, who would chew mercilessly on the lens cap to my digital camera. It was a hoot :)

As for the pictures of the fids - cuuuuute babies! They're such boogers :)
 

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Thanks :)

I hope that soon or later, both will be capable of be photographed without so much show :rolleyes:

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P.D.: You will have to explain me that of "boogers", I passed it by the Google Translator and isn't precisely cool :confused:...
 

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P.D.: You will have to explain me that of "boogers", I passed it by the Google Translator and isn't precisely cool :confused:...
Yes, boogers is a rather gross thing, but I use it to tease my birds :) I call my Conure my 'booger bird' because he is green, like a booger, LOL.
 

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No comments :huh:...

***ACTUALIZATION POST***

Yesterday, Rurik took a mist bath, I could make him some photos while he was preening himself in my shoulder:









After that, he went to a higher perch to rest (or at least, to try it with all those paparazzis around :rolleyes:):



Hope you enjoyed it :)

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Thanks; I was a little busy this days but I hope to put something new soon...

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P.S.: I have no new birds :huh:
 

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Yes, boogers is a rather gross thing, but I use it to tease my birds :) I call my Conure my 'booger bird' because he is green, like a booger, LOL.
I call my boy "little bugger", which is perfectly fine in Australia, actually a term of endearment with a bit of naughtiness in it. But in America for example it is not a term of endearment at all. Once I found a thread where somebody (I think au pair) in the USA called the children "little buggers" and the parents were not happy at all!

Nice new pics, rara avis. :)
 

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I call my boy "little bugger", which is perfectly fine in Australia, actually a term of endearment with a bit of naughtiness in it. But in America for example it is not a term of endearment at all. Once I found a thread where somebody (I think au pair) in the USA called the children "little buggers" and the parents were not happy at all!

Nice new pics, rara avis. :)
Yes...when I use booger, it's a term of endearment :) And Bugger has similar connotations here in Canada as it does in the USA.

Rara Avis - love the new pictures!
 
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