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We have been here before but this time was much more of an experience.
First off it is so extremely full of parrots that in every corner, every possible spare space is a bird in need of love.
It is such a great place for these birds but at the same time it is so sad.
Some parrots can live up to 80 years and people buy them thinking they are cute.
Or they are smuggled into the country, they are bred by incompetent people and they aren't aware of what to do if they cant be sold.
These birds become more than just a cute pet and the owners don't want them anymore.
Thankfully there is a place that they can go.
We have a parakeet and with this one small bird we have really started to understand the wonder of birds, that each bird indeed has it's own personality, strong and defined.
Birds are amazing and intelligent.
That is what makes it even more sad as I look into each of the birds eyes as we look at them all caged up.
There is however a large room that houses a large number of social birds.
You are invited, sans jewellery, to visit and enjoy.
It was so fun.
She nibble at my neck, a bit intimidating with that beak, and snuggled into me so tight.
Being a homeschoolers allows us that possibility.