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A day in the life. Those precious moments each day when everyone has a preen. There are also some additional photos of the advantages of vertical perches. They can use vertical perches easily to wear down their nails and improve ankle rotation. PXL_20211223_072346002._exported_1051_1640244249568.jpg PXL_20211223_072331482.MP.jpg PXL_20211223_070401701.jpg PXL_20211223_065848162~2.jpg
 

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Pi just keeps getting more handsome. :heart::heart::heart:
 

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I don't know the names of your blue beauties... Plz forgive my ignorance and tell me.
 

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Adorable!! I must ask, how do your parrotlets get along with PI?
Pi is a very placid bird and he spends a bit of his day saying hello to everyone. But the parrotlets can overwhelm him when they are all out together. The parrotlets are pushy and bold at times, especially Picard. Pi gets along very well with Neptune one-on-one though.

I would say the bigger conflicts are between the two parrotlets. They are sassy jellybeans who can escalate off one another. Picard can get especially nasty to Neptune sometimes and has even knocked Neptune out of flight.

The whole group gets supervised time out together. And most of the time the parrotlets get more exercise because Pi likes flying laps and the parrotlets follow him around. I try to set up things for them to do as a flock like sprinkle some seeds about or set up a bathing area.

I won't leave the parrotlets out together with Pi for too long because he does seem to get irritated with them sometimes and tries to get away from the chaos. Pi is seriously a chill dude. He likes to fly, eat and sleep. And since Neptune is the more cautious and careful parrotlet I think Pi can find more common ground. Those two can be in my office together with me and everyone will have a nap. That said though when the parrotlets are in their cages and Pi isn't, he will stop at each cage and great them. So it isn't straightforward, they are all part of a flock and appreciate each other, but also need some.time to just chillout. Oh parrotlets and their little firecracker ways :)
 

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Your parrotlets are such pretty shades of blue :xflove:
Of cause Pi is as handsome as ever :heart:

Who was the ringleader? :sherlo:
 

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Aww scruffy but still a cutie!! :swoon:
 

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Pi is a plum headed parakeet or a blossom headed parakeet?
Plum. His tail looks a bit yellow on the tip only because he stained it from a toy. Usually it is crisp white. Good eye though! Very few people can identify the difference :)
 

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Plum. His tail looks a bit yellow on the tip only because he stained it from a toy. Usually it is crisp white. Good eye though! Very few people can identify the difference :)
Thank you.. Actually I am from their native land, saw them building nest in my garden(I was staying at the foot hills of himalaya that time)
 
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