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  • Species: Parakeet - Canary Winged (See species list for details)
  • Location: Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States 70809
  • Date Found: July 13, 2011

In feeding the wild birds and squirrels, I noticed a “different” type of bird”. It responds to voice by making the typical parakeet noise. I have gotten about 2 feet from it but then it flew away. It has appeared to nest in the top of a dead hollow top tree. It comes down and eats bird seed with thewild birds. I have bought a cage and placed where I feed them. It has gotten close but I have not see it go in. I have tried the fire dept and zoo for help to no avail. I need someone with tree climbing exp or a bucket truck to go up at night so I can rescue this bird. I want to place an add in paper to see if anyone can identify this bird and have it go back to its home. Any and all help in this matter will be greatly appreciated
Debi Brown

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