M.A.R.S. presents, “The Odd Couples”. Posted April 3, 2011 by LuAnn Apple

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Sometimes when you least expect it, the unexpected happens

Bridy and Oz

at Melbourne Avian Rescue Sanctuary. Saturday was such a day.

Everything seemed a little bit to quiet, and you can see why, there was a lot of preening going on.
New arrival Baily, a Lesser Sulfer Crested Cockatoo, was soon to have a new friend Doc, an Umbrella Cockatoo, who not only allowed the preening but introduced Baily to his favorite mulberry tree. They had a fun day together here at M.A.R.S.
Big Bird and Stubbs, well there is no rhyme or reason for that pairing.  A Yellow Naped Amazon, and an Umbrella Cockatoo, who knew what great buddies they would become.

Doc and Baily

Then there was Oz, a Moluccan Cockatoo, and the Triton Cockatoo we named Bridy.
Last, but not least Bitsy and Ben, two Ducorps Cockatoos. They are just plain odd all the way around.
 
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Mr. Stubbs and Big Bird
Bitsy and Ben

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