Meet Robin!Robin lives in Virginia with Alexa. Robin was an escapee who was rescued by a new family in a city park. He was scared and tired when he first came home, trying to hide in a cardboard box for the car ride. Here he is exploring the car when we first found him – gotta have the first day picture! He’s a playful chatterbox. He hasn’t learned any words, but he does love to sing and play. He’s gotten a bit more comfortable with my hand in the cage. He won’t step up yet, but he does let me slowly move my finger toward him and pet his tail or his belly He also doesn’t mind me touching his feet, so stepping up may be just around the corner. Since he won’t come out of the cage yet, I move his home around so he can sit with me in different areas while I’m working in different areas of the house. Hence he is on a chair in this picture.
His favorite tricks are chasing his tail and doing somersaults around his perch.He now has two little birdie friends, Nymeria and Arya the finches. They don’t usually live in the same room, but sometimes they see each other and have chirping conversations : ).He loves going outside when the weather is nice! He chirps away and watches the outdoor birds.
These little birds know how to bring home the bacon!
I wonder how much eight adorable budgies could make…
Josh Robbins – Budgerigars.
We don’t always get the budgies’ photos right on the first shot*. Here are some pics that didn’t make the cut.* Due to the photographer and through no fault of the models, of course.