You can tell a boy parakeet from a girl parakeet (on certain kinds) by the blue on his beak by his nose. If it is blue, it is a boy. The girls are white on certain kinds. It is considered an extra small parrot because of its beak. If it has a beak that looks like a parrot, it is considered a parrot!
I had lots of fun there. I read a story. I think it was called “Who Made the Morning?” A little bird was looking to see who made this beautiful morning. He discovered God did! Then he went to discover where God lives. He learned God does not live anywhere, He is EVERYWHERE! I did pretty good except I got quiet every so often. Momma said that I need to learn to TALK LOUDER when I am reading.
I held one of the parrots (the Senegal). Miss Krista said I was a genuine pirate!
When we went outside, I tried to feed some Chickadees. Hand feed! I stayed as still as I could, held out my hand with some food in it and went “st ts st”. Chickadees are very curious birds. If you do that long enough, they probably will eat out of your hand. But, they didn’t this time!
I fed the Macaw inside. It was fun. When I first tried it, it was a little scary. They are huge birds. They are strong too. This one bent the bars of one of its cages. His owner tried to bend it back, but she couldn’t.