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The Wisdom of Wingnut by Karen Chudley


It is commonly accepted that when it comes to talking parrots, if you want to get ahead, get a Grey. Wingnut, at less than two years of age has already acquired a large and entertaining array of words, sounds and gestures. Here he offers advice to other parrots on how a talented bird might best utilise his vocal skills when living with a human. Wingnut, over to you...

Always start the day with a cheery ‘Hello,’ many humans are not at their best in the mornings, so it can be helpful to remind them who and what you are. I identify myself with a clear ‘Wingy’ followed swiftly by ‘little bird,’ leaving my human in no doubt that I exist and am up and ready to be adored.

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