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Posted 9th August 2010, 03:41 PM
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Love the colors! Looks like the birds are enjoying the comfy tents.
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And she added a bunch of new fabrics.
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Posted 14th November 2010, 09:40 PM
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And so begins Joule's modeling career (scroll doooown... then click for bigger picture)

http://www.justbirdtents.com/about.html

She also has a lovely new tent - purple/stars exterior and bright yellow fleece interior, which clashes quite nicely with all her green feathers (sorry, no picture yet).
 
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My diamond doves have a similar tent with fuzzy fabric that they seem to enjoy. They crawl all over it and inside it. They also like to preen it when they aren't preening eachother.
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They crawl all over it and inside it.
That's worth a picture!
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lol. We'll see if I can catch them doing that lol. It just depends on the day.
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Popcorn & Peanut



Coming and going! Someone suggested Annrose glued their tails together for this picture, but she's not confessing.

http://www.justbirdtents.com/

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I wonder how you homers will like this over their nexting bowls.LOL
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I wonder how you homers will like this over their nexting bowls.LOL
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Now... how do you know until you try? Hmm? They generally make lousy nests anyway.

And I've seen some of those nesting bowls (eeew!).
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Now... how do you know until you try? Hmm? They generally make lousy nests anyway.

And I've seen some of those nesting bowls (eeew!).
Your right!!! I just afraid the babies might just walk out of the tents
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Hang 'em low. They need to learn about gravity anyway.



Did I mention she does custom orders?

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