The McLaughlin Group Team

The McLaughlin Group Team

Sunday, May 27, 2012

BLINDS WIDE OPEN -day 329 What the Squawk

Many of us that live south of the freeway here this chatter all the time and here are the culprits, The Nanday Canures. Here is a brief description about these beautiful birds. "The Nanday Conure is considered to be the most popular companion bird among the Conure species. They are also one of the most beautiful and colorful parrots on the planet. The Nanday Conure is a gorgeous parrot with a black head that extends along with the cheeks and throat and resembles a cap. The remainder of their body is green, the throat and breast are blue, and the feet are actually red. Native to Mexico and Central America to the Caribbean Islands and South America the Nanday Conure is considered to be a very sociable parrot. They're also extremely adaptable and acclimate very well to any new environment." The photo is courtesy of a neighbor who has the great pleasure of watching them gather at her feeder. Obviously, they have adapted well to the Santa Monica Mountains as evidenced by the flocks seen overhead and the squawks heard throughout the canyons. This is Dave, from The McLaughlin Group, keeping it real in real estate.

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