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  • josine2302josine2302 The Netherlands, RotterdamPosts: 68
    josine2302
    The parakeets are only present during office hours. They wake up around 9 o’clock and go to sleep early in some large trees 6 km’s from here. They all sleep together, the Rotterdam parakeets.
    Are they Indian Ring neck parakeets Josine ?
    Yes they are Philippa! And we like them actually. They are like pets, without the responsibilities of our real pets.
  • josine2302josine2302 The Netherlands, RotterdamPosts: 68
    B3 said:
    If someone was attracting parakeets to my garden, I'd be sorely tempted to liberate the bird feeder too.
    Maybe you should set up a bird feeder liberation army?
  • Singing GardenerSinging Gardener EssexPosts: 1,179
    She took a video, which is very sweet, but I don't know how to post it here.

  • josine2302josine2302 The Netherlands, RotterdamPosts: 68
    She took a video, which is very sweet, but I don't know how to post it here.

    Aaaaw how sweet. 
  • ClipClip Posts: 13
    I’ve had to tie my on. Crows kept lifting them off
  • josine2302josine2302 The Netherlands, RotterdamPosts: 68
    josine2302
    The parakeets are only present during office hours. They wake up around 9 o’clock and go to sleep early in some large trees 6 km’s from here. They all sleep together, the Rotterdam parakeets.
    Are they Indian Ring neck parakeets Josine ?
    Yes they are Philippa! And we like them actually. They are like pets, without the responsibilities of our real pets.
    Thought they must be - lucky you :)
    😘
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