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Old 09-18-2020, 11:49 AM
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Cool New Amazon species found

Right here in the Antelope Valley.

Since I am the founder of this new and exotic species I get to name it.

And I name this new Species.

Yellow Sock Amazon.

Yellow sock amazon edit by wes mcfaden, on Flickr
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Old 09-18-2020, 12:56 PM
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Re: New Amazon species found

Funneee Wes. You had me all excited for a second there.
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Old 09-18-2020, 01:54 PM
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Re: New Amazon species found

Very beautiful parrot. One tiny yellow feather ( sock) socute...

But I'm bummed you tricked me and Wrench!
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Old 09-18-2020, 10:15 PM
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Re: New Amazon species found

Wes, does that sock get bigger as they mature? Salty's species gets yellow thighs as they mature. He has a bit more than a yellow 'sock' already.
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Re: New Amazon species found

Millie our BFA has a yellow sock on one leg as well. Must be a amazon fashion statement. ����
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Old 09-18-2020, 11:44 PM
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Re: New Amazon species found

Quote: Originally Posted by wrench13 View Post
Wes, does that sock get bigger as they mature? Salty's species gets yellow thighs as they mature. He has a bit more than a yellow 'sock' already.
I think it's just an aberration. Luna is older and has no yellow on her legs.
But I will be keeping an eye on it. All three of my Amazons have been loosing a lot of feathers.

Thank goodness they all look normal and health (the lost feathers) or I would be concerned.

I have a great video to upload soon of the twins evening serenade.
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Old 09-19-2020, 03:12 PM
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Re: New Amazon species found

No socks on Amy he goes barefoot. As far as feathers go,he's been loosing some too...time of the year?



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Re: New Amazon species found

One of the great weak points of being an Amazon Snob is that one is all to open to such appearance of yet another New Amazon Species, as family Amazona is the largest group in the Parrot World. So, I will add myself to the list of those taken in by that announcement!

Within the Species Amazona a stray yellow feather or more is not uncommon.

And to think, I was moments from grabbing the bottle of rum to celebrate the News...
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Re: New Amazon species found

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Wes, does that sock get bigger as they mature? Salty's species gets yellow thighs as they mature. He has a bit more than a yellow 'sock' already.
Long Johns? Winter prep!
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