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Hyacinth macaws, June 2021

Hyacinth macaws, June 2021
Gigit, 9 Jun 2021
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    • Gigit
      A new pairing that seems to be working following the death of the long-standing male last autumn. I'm assuming the rather moth-eaten one is the new male because the female has never looked like this.
    • Pertinax
      @Gigit Its possible the 'motheaten' one is actually the female. It is featherplucked which always indicates stress- perhaps brought on by death of her previous mate or even the introduction of new partner? But only a guess....
    • Gigit
      @Pertinax I did wonder, but the female has looked OK recently. Perhaps the male has been similarly bereaved? Whichever it is, it's good to see them enjoying each other's company :)
    • Pertinax
      @Gigit Yes, I thought that too as the scenario about the male. Maybe you can 'ask a keeper' to find out which is which...?;)
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