Friday Lens Affair #30

Orange Chinned Parakeet, Nicaragua

This week I’m hosting a photograph of Orange Chinned Parakeet taken by Patrick Polde. Who with his dear wife Debbie have taken early retirement. And are currently living in Pearl Lagoon, Nicaragua. On the Caribbean side of the country. The blog about their life in this great country on Crazy Parents in Nicaragua and Los Poldens.

I think it was one of the greatest decisions they could make! I recommend everyone taking retirement as soon as possible and enjoy their lives! Actually not! I recommend everyone to enjoy their lives straight away instead of waiting for the retirement ha ha ha

I may be not the best example as I’m 30 and already do not work for 6 year. So I guess I took my retirement in a right time! I think I have made a good decision. As everyone would suspect I have been a bit scared on the beginning. Was questioning the future without work. Now I can say with a hand on my heart, it was worth all the stress and worries!

Picture Story: Orange Chinned Parakeet, Nicaragua

Pancho is a “rescue” Chocoyo also known as an Orange Chinned Parakeet. These birds are very popular pets in Nicaragua. Pancho was separated from his owner and was found in our friend’s yard.

He truly hates to be kept in a cage and so his cage door is never closed. We had hoped that he would stop plucking out his feathers once he got used to us but he still pulls out his feathers on a regular basis. Especially if he is upset about something. He has been trained to put himself to bed at night in a smaller cage that is covered with a blanket.

 

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4 thoughts on “Friday Lens Affair #30

  1. Cute bird! I hope his feathers grow back soon.
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    Looks too cute. He must be the original living version of angry birds :P
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