6th August 2014
A RUNAWAY lovebird is feathering its nest in a Bethania garden where it has been adopted by a flock of sparrows. Julie Langford, owner of Isfryn, first spotted the bird, a member of the parrot family, about four weeks ago sampling some of her chickens’ feed.
Now she is wondering whether the bird’s owner will come forward. “The owner may be upset to think the little bird has escaped and is not being cared for,” she told the Cambrian News.“ After a couple of days of it visiting, I bought some purpose food for lovebirds.
“It now starts calling from the tree in my back yard about 6.30am, upon which I feed it a while little later his first meal of parrot food, it flies off until lunchtime, where it now sits on top of the bird feeder requesting more grub — which the cheeky little fellow gets. “I usually spend a while in the garden in the afternoon where we have whistling conversations.
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