Recently, I have had the opportunity to discuss color mutations, breeding and aviculture with some in the online parrotlet community.
It continues to be a wonderful and enlightening journey.
I am proud to be part of this community because people really want to learn. They want to help. They want to share.
They love birds. They really care. They want to do good.
They want to take the time to make the effort.
It has been said that "when love and skill work together, expect a masterpiece."
Let's keep educating one another, challenging one another and sharing our mutual love of birds. We can work together to make a better future for the birds that we love.
All the birds in our lives.
From the birds our homes.
To the birds in our yards.
|Rock Dove (Pigeon), North Texas|
|Savannah Sparrow, North Texas|
|Blue Grosbeak, Rio Grande Valley, Texas|
The birds in the woods, marshes, jungles, oceans and deserts.
|Common Murres, St Johns, Newfoundland, Canada|
|Common Gallinule, Florida|
|Black-necked Stint, Llano Estero State Park, Texas|
|Northern Gannet, Cape St Mary's Ecological Reserve, Newfoundland, Canada|
|Peregrine Falcon, Seattle Zoo, Seattle, Washington|
|Roseate Spoonbills, High Island, Texas|
|Atlantic Puffin, St. Johns, Newfoundland, Canada|
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