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Old 07-13-2019, 03:50 PM
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.Amy wasn't interested in a shower today,no arm or rudder waving,but that of course was because I had my camera ready to take a video

I did notice a change in COLORS on his clothes. His sleeves where they meet each other on his back have turned from black to a deep blue ( tried to get a pic) and he has more blue on his face ( a small band right where the yellow meets the green on his head) I'm wondering again,if the new diet ( Bird Street Bistro instead of muffins) has anything to do with it.

We took a ride to the local All Pets to see his buddies the Green Armed BeBe's but there were none,but there were a few GCC that showed interest and Amy mumbled to them as they chattered back. I also go a bottle of probiotics and reading the pamphlet it looks like something both Amy and the Beebs can benefit from.

Backing out of the driveway,with Amy on my shoulder,I SWEAR on my parents grave,as clear as the day is long,he said GO FOR A RIDE?
It just blows my mind on how smart these creatures are!

Amy my beautiful Blue Front. Who was four months old when she picked me to go home with to her "forever" home in 4/1990.. DNA'd MALE in 2015
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that had to be rehomed :-(

And a Grey 'teil, BB...a.k.a. The Beebs
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Rest in peace,my precious Smokey..4/2015 at 28 years young

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Old 07-14-2019, 09:41 AM
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Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm... dunno about those feathers, buttttt... I'm glad you were able to GO FOR A RIDE!
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Old 07-14-2019, 11:20 AM
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Re: Just stuff...

Letting the point regarding the forehead blue feathers set for a moment. The back feathers appear to be more an issue of age (of the feathers) or the effect of a few drops of water than a change in color. This group of feathers shift between deep blue and black as the sunlight intensity changes or the level of feather powder /moisture effects their appearance.

Forehead feathers dance a fine line in color with shifts become less common with age. That said, defined changes in diet, but more likely health can result in shifts at any age.

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