Birding behavior rarities

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Subject: Birding behavior rarities
From: John Gamblin <>
Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2001 19:09:03 -0800 (PST)
So a white backed female magpie (budgie) giving a leaf
of lettuce to a female blue and grey (budgie) due to
her convalescence whilst egg laying is normal? of
course it is, it's Ozzies getting along with other
caring Ozzies.

JAG not worried or concerned about anything anymore.


Now where did I put that weebil? I must comb my beard.
Now here's a little story,
To tell it is a must,
It's about my two home grown hero's,
Who don't stir up too much dust,
One of them's named "Eggy",
Thee other we named Lee,
But on last Sunday morning,
In walked my new Rose 'a' lee,

I think they quickly thought,
We'd better smarten up our act,
Eggy she feeds Lee,
They shook wings and made a pact,
Worried at the sight,
Of sweet young Rose 'a' Lee,
They both acted so wonderful,
When both hopped up on to my knee,

Now their very jealous kids,
Of this you can be sure,
No more fighting, or wing attacking,
As they play soccer upon the floor,
They looked straight up at me as if to say,
We really love you "Dard",
Please don't you get so angry,
No don't you ever get real mad,

So I thought about it for a while,
It's colors that makes them think,
Despite all the baths they have,
Down in my kitchen sink,
For Eggy will remain black and white,
And Lee her blue and Grey,
But for poor sweet Rose 'a' lee,
As she flew upon her way,

That multi-colored bird,
She straightened out my kids,
Now they get along as one,
No more warring like "El Cid",
Life can be strange you know?,
Some say even weird?
But when you give your heart away,
Make sure it's not attached to a beard,

For they sure love to tug a beard,
Give it a little Yank,
But beard pullings for birds you know,
When near to walking their watery plank,
But I love them all so dearly,
As if they were one of mine,
Some come and go very fast you know,
Just like a good glass of Ozzie wine,


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