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Pearly has some long flights

or may they just look like it?
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They do look pretty darn long!


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My goodness, they ARE long!

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They look huge

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Maybe im so use to seeing them clipped is why they look so long.

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They still look huge regardless! I couldn't see your tiels in your siggy so I didn't know you had them any more, I'm so glad you do! I loved seeing them. I remember the outdoor pictures, and I was baffled at how they just stayed there for you!

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They still look huge regardless! I couldn't see your tiels in your siggy so I didn't know you had them any more, I'm so glad you do! I loved seeing them. I remember the outdoor pictures, and I was baffled at how they just stayed there for you!
I didnt add them yet I only have 4 and I dont take them outside since their flighted now and I dont want to clip them anymore. They do go outside in my back shed for the summer in flight cages. Flight cages are not easy to move up and down stairs though.

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Bet she (he) can really soar!

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Bet she (he) can really soar!
Its a she.

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Thought so, but just being safe. lol

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That's fair enough yeah I can imagine those cages are horrible to move around. I'm dreading ever having to take my amazon sized cage out of my room at some point. I put it together in there. Its stupidly heavy!

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That's fair enough yeah I can imagine those cages are horrible to move around. I'm dreading ever having to take my amazon sized cage out of my room at some point. I put it together in there. Its stupidly heavy!
Wish i could shrink things down for easy moving. Come spring i gotta empty out the cages so their lighter to move. Then put them outside clean them put everything back in. I dread the thought already!

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Aww so adorable

I was used to seeing mine clipped and now since they are fully flighted they do look big lol


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Moving cages is a hassle for sure! Cleaning the cages outside in the summer is such a pain.




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they are super long

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