The new kind of “pets” – Wildness in your garden (Australia Report)

“CAGED BIRDS ACCEPT EACH OTHER,
BUT FLYING IS WHAT THEY LONG FOR.”

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We arrived a couple of days ago here in Brisbane and sleep at a friends place in a suburb. He has a small, garden with some eatable plants (coconut palm, pitahaya, lemons & co), as well as a looot of birds which are singing (screaming) everday at sunrise (around 5:30 am) and for sunset (around 5:30 pm). Meanwhile they are flying around or eating some seeds in the garden (he feeds them from time to time).

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