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Old 10-18-2020, 10:12 PM
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Re: Texas Tiels Thread.

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THE PERFECT TIEL.

Of the 13 we have, Woody ( a 2 year old hen and mother ) is the most well mannered bird to date. She never throws a fit like all the others and ALWAYS steps up. Yes, we still have issues with her and Kiwi wanting to mate again but we're just not ready for another clutch after the last. Once is awhile she will escape her cage and fly over to Kiwi's. She has never once refused to step up when I go over to get her! I just WISH I could say the same about her old man Kiwi!
I just noticed that my Screamer looks a lot like Woody - only a bit more white . She also steps up without fail, even if she doesn’t want to lol.
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Re: Texas Tiels Thread.

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THE PERFECT TIEL.

Of the 13 we have, Woody ( a 2 year old hen and mother ) is the most well mannered bird to date. She never throws a fit like all the others and ALWAYS steps up. Yes, we still have issues with her and Kiwi wanting to mate again but we're just not ready for another clutch after the last. Once is awhile she will escape her cage and fly over to Kiwi's. She has never once refused to step up when I go over to get her! I just WISH I could say the same about her old man Kiwi!
I just noticed that my Screamer looks a lot like Woody - only a bit more white . She also steps up without fail, even if she doesn’t want to lol.
Looks like you cheated and caught Screamer when she was asleep! LOL! Yes, she does look a lot like Woody. Not sure I ever mentioned this but there is a reason she has a boys name. We got Woody and Dacey- ( the hen that passed away after giving us our first clutch! ) at the same time from a breeder in south Texas. This lady (breeder) pulled a fast one on us. We thought we were just going after Dacey to pick up and knew she was a female. It's almost like this lady knew I couldn't resist and showed up to meet us with Woody too! She assured us the bird was a male! Well guess what? I'll have to admit, we did get a good deal on two birds and ironically they BOTH gave us babies via the daddy Kiwi!
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Re: Texas Tiels Thread.

She’s soooooo cute!


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Re: Texas Tiels Thread.

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PEANUT AND HIS MOTHER WOODY.

It's pretty obvious to see where Peanut got his markings from! That's Woody in the background. Although any of the birds from our last clutch are way to young yet for breeding, we've noticed Peanut and Matilda sure seem to do a lot of hanging out together. There both beautiful birds, but brother and sister! That's the down side to keeping different sexes from the same clutch.
the one in the background reminds me of Judi Dench lol (why do all of your birds remind me of people???) lol
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PEANUT AND HIS MOTHER WOODY.

It's pretty obvious to see where Peanut got his markings from! That's Woody in the background. Although any of the birds from our last clutch are way to young yet for breeding, we've noticed Peanut and Matilda sure seem to do a lot of hanging out together. There both beautiful birds, but brother and sister! That's the down side to keeping different sexes from the same clutch.
the one in the background reminds me of Judi Dench lol (why do all of your birds remind me of people???) lol
WHO'S Judi Dench? Does she have wings too?
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This one IS for Noodles.....I was reading a fairly recent issue of the national cockatiel society magazine last night and noticed an add. It seems there is a Cockatiel on line that has his own website! It's called "Ask Noodles" ANY kin to you?
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this one is for noodles.....i was reading a fairly recent issue of the national cockatiel society magazine last night and noticed an add. It seems there is a cockatiel on line that has his own website! It's called "ask noodles" any kin to you?
lol! Unfortunatley not! (i wish)!
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PEANUT AND HIS MOTHER WOODY.

It's pretty obvious to see where Peanut got his markings from! That's Woody in the background. Although any of the birds from our last clutch are way to young yet for breeding, we've noticed Peanut and Matilda sure seem to do a lot of hanging out together. There both beautiful birds, but brother and sister! That's the down side to keeping different sexes from the same clutch.
the one in the background reminds me of Judi Dench lol (why do all of your birds remind me of people???) lol
WHO'S Judi Dench? Does she have wings too?
She has wings according to some lol! Very well-respected actress:


Couldn't really find a good image to back up my statement though!
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Old 10-21-2020, 06:57 PM
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Re: Texas Tiels Thread.

THE BIG CHEESE! Definitely the alpha male to all 12 other tiels. THIS is Kiwi. He is now a little over three years old and has fathered 8 other birds. He was in a good enough mood today to turn sideways in the second picture and give us a mug shot!
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A SAD DAY FOR THE Tx. Tiels: Due to a very sudden illness, we lost Boo at 3:10am Saturday morning! He was the second oldest male that looked most like his dad Kiwi. Had he made it to Halloween, he would have been a year old! According to our friend and bird vet, he caught that dreaded respiratory illness which is fairly common for teils! This apparently comes on SO fast that by the time they start showing symptoms, there's little if anything you can do for them. He went to the vet in less than 24 hours after we found him feeling down and he confirmed what we already feared. An x-ray of his lungs showed a lot of build-up and and yet breathing treatments still didn't help. This is the SECOND bird we have lost to this so I can't STRESS ENOUGH to watch them as close as you can and CLEAN, clean, and clean! He will be buried in a little fenced in area beside his mother Dacey.
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