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Next to his swing, Dandelion leaves are Kalani's favourite things. I've even planted some in a little pot to see if I can grow them for the birds over the winter.



"Oh no, the paparazzi, hide!"



These beads give the best head scritches.





"Ah, that's the rub..."



He sure loves his greens. He gets parsley on the odd occasion.

 

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So cute!! I am a bit envious of his love for greens. Sammy can really take them or leave them, and generally he isn't interested in eating them. :-/ I also love your swing!
 

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It's great to see your Kalani eating his veggies. I love those two pictures of him rubbing his head on the swing, he looks just so extra cute on that 3rd pic and the 5th one is pure bliss! :D
 

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So cute!! I am a bit envious of his love for greens. Sammy can really take them or leave them, and generally he isn't interested in eating them. :-/ I also love your swing!
Both my birds took to greens surprisingly quickly. I haven't had luck with other coloured veggies, but I don't plan on giving up on them. I'm sure Sammy will learn to love them in time. Thanks! Kalani also loves his swing - maybe even a bit too much as he has bonded with it. :eek:

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It's great to see your Kalani eating his veggies. I love those two pictures of him rubbing his head on the swing, he looks just so extra cute on that 3rd pic and the 5th one is pure bliss! :D
He does love his greens... Now to introduce some variety! He did seem to be on pure bliss scratching his head. He had some nasty pinnies there for awhile.
 

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Love the ones on the swing. After looking at your cool pics it makes me think I should replace my rope perches. They are all faded out and I want to get swings like your too. Great pics. Thanks for sharing.
 

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Thanks. He doesn't get the rope perch often so I hope it will stay in good condition for a long time. If he shows signs of trying to nibble at it I take it away. I was mostly using it outside the cage, but decided to put it back in for now. The swing was really fun and super easy to make and Kalani loves anything with beads on it so naturally he fell in love. :p The swing he has right now is one that comes with a lot of cages and I just replaced the dowel with a piece of natural branch and put some beads on the wire. He loves it because he can slide the beads up and down the side.
 
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