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Daylight Saving Time

So I'm sitting in the birds room tonight and my DH came in. The boys fly to him as usual, and he's talking to them when I hear him say, So, she's putting you guys to bed at the usual time and cheating you out of an hour!!!"

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Hahahaha The birds know

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Oooh, traitor! Hahahahaha... he's turning the birds against you. :P



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LOL! I know, right? He always whispers such things to them.- ha ha!

Our guys loved yesterday morn when the sun was up early, but they were mighty tired last night!

How do your birds handle the change?

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They just seem grumpy!

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The only thing Yuki and Paulchen hate is that feeding time is later now.
Linnies are so greedy.
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So far everyone seems to be enjoying it. I just have to keep a timer on the light in the room otherwise everyone will be sleeping by the time I get home from work, LOL.

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I just have to keep a timer on the light in the room otherwise everyone will be sleeping by the time I get home from work, LOL.
That's we always do too. It keeps everyone on schedule. Our guys are tired by bedtime. Last night everyone was in bed (in tent and on swings) as soon as the light went out! Usually, they want to play another ten minutes!

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The only thing Yuki and Paulchen hate is that feeding time is later now.
Linnies are so greedy.
Ok, I missed something along the way- the details of who Yuki is?

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Ok, I missed something along the way- the details of who Yuki is?
Yuki (green) is Paulchen's hen. Janosch died in September.

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I remember when sadly Janosch died, but when did you get a hen for Paulchen? Is she close to Paulchen's age? Are they getting along well?

I'm so glad to know Paulchen is not alone, but I should know better because you of all people would not do that!

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I got Yuki three days after Janosch died.
Fortunately my breeder still offered linnies. She is a half year old now.
When you buy linnies that are at least three months old and well socialized by their flock they are often doing fine with their new partner.
In nature they are together with their parents for about three months. Then they begin their independent parrot life.

Yuki and Paulchen have become a couple quickly. They are very good together.
Yuki is so cute. This morning when I gave them their breakfast she came after me, stood in the little cage door, put her head towards me and gave me a kiss on my nose.
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That's so wonderful! She sounds adorable! I am happy for both of you.

I LOVE the nose kisses they give- scooter usually gives me
one at breakfast too!

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