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Sunday, November 13, 2005
New Orleans' population is now over 20% of what it used to be. This is good.
We ran out of cash after the cleaning crew filled our ditch with a stack of debris 20' wide, 8' tall and 700' long. Our property is now 25% cleared and ready for grooming.
All of the outside birds are ready for winter with tarps on the north and east sides of their cages and lamps for each cage. This is very good.
We have become experts in the operation of chainsaws. We can maintain them, change blades and cut more timber than we can haul off.
In addition to the debris stacked along the highway, our two burn piles contain enough timber to be seen from Vidalia, LA.
We've sold the three Hahn's Macaws. The last one left today. We still have two Congo babies and one Female S.I.Eclectus. We also have a year old female Eclectus that would be a wonderful second bird for someone.
The seven Blue and Gold rescue birds are in permanent cages. One is 6' X 16' and 8' tall. It houses five birds and three nest boxes. The other cage is 6' X 8' and 8' tall. It houses a pair. They are all getting very friendly. Whenever we are around the cages they hang on the side to be near us.
One of the rescue birds, a Nanday Conure, has turned out to be a wonderful pet quality bird. He is entertaining us and our visitors on a daily basis. He should be in a new home before Christmas. We also have an Indian Ringneck that is georgous. Ringnecks are not friendly like parrots. They are beautiful cage birds like beautiful large Canaries.
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