Friday, September 30, 2011

My Sister - The Beak Whisperer

Happy Friday to you all. Where did the week go, I don't know about you but the days are flying by and it will be Christmas tomorrow! Speaking of that, just the other day my sister was saying how she has been picking up presents for her 'boys', those boys being of the feathered kind. I know, I have never mentioned these nephews, but I really know nothing about birds that live in the house, and so I leave all of that knowledge to my little sis, who has such a way with the birds that she has been named by some as 'The Beak Whisperer' as her blog is so named.

Here is Zeek, the Nanday Conure, a rascal for sure and one that I never get my fingers near his lopper like beak!

This is Timothy, bless his heart, a Timneh African Grey who was adopted by Sis. When she got Timmy, he looked horrid from picking most all of his body feathers off, I couldn't even look at him for a long time when I would go was very sad. Look at him now, with her knowledge and patients, he has come a long way. She has developed special toys that birds need to occupy their minds and beaks.

Here is their Condo unit, Timothy's is on the left, Zeek is on the top right and Gabe the Cockatiel, who is painfully camera shy, is on the bottom right. They have a wonderful view of the chicken compound where they can boss those silly birds around through the window.

Her love of the feathered friends have even spilled over into her art work..Love this sweet owl!

Do you think they all might be spoiled? Our brother always says "When I die, I want to come back as one of Michelle's animals". How funny!
Like I said, my knowledge of birds end with the chickens so I will invite you to go over to her blog where you can see more.
I hope you all have a fun packed weekend in store. xo


Anonymous said...

Wow! What an awesome set up! I want to belong to your sister too. :)

Michelle said...

Thanks for featuring me on your blog Sis! You are by far more talented and fluent on blogging than I am, but I hope to follow in your ever wise footsteps throughout this process. You have never failed to support me and lead me to a higher level of living in everything I inspire to do or be. I am proud and blessed to be able to call you my sister. Love Ya!

no spring chicken said...

What fun, I'm going to visit her right now!

Blessings, Debbie

Edward said...

Nice post, good of you to link to your sister’s blog, I have been following her other blog, but I shall follow this one too now, thanks for the link.

Unknown said...

Wow! That looks like birdie heaven. :)

Dorothy said...

Michelle really has a way with the birds!!! No wonder they do well in her care.

miabellavintage said...

i read the line that christmas was tomorrow, and had to take a double check, read. I am like no, we haven't had thanksgiving yet!!! nice birds...

Lap Dog Knits said...

Thanks for sharing "Michelle", I'll bounce over to check her blog - she has some VERY happy looking birds, along with the birds, that cute little house and picket fence out the window looks charming.

Cute artwork owl..

P.S. I love your header picture..did I already tell you that??? My heart skips a beat every time I see it.

ted and bunny said...

hi Sherri-
thanks for your comment.
I was so surprised she even attempted to catch that weasel!

have a good week and hoping all is well with you

Leigh said...

Are the boys spoiled? Nah. They just have your sister properly trained! LOL

jean said...

I visited Michelle's beak whisperer blog. Love birds. I used to have a pair of parrotlets and I still miss them. I do believe Michelle's babies are spoiled :)

Lola Nova said...

How wonderful! She really does have a way with the feathered friends!

Ha! My word verification is "Pluck"

Catherine said...

These birdies are very lucky!