Highlights: Whenever Margaret saw a flock of wild parrots flying by, she would call out Squeakie. Sometimes one wild parrot would leave the flock and land on Margaret’s shoulder. Squeakie would spend several hours with Margaret
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Margaret lived in Ocean Beach California. On her morning walk, she heard squeaking. Following the squeak, she found a young injured wild parrot. OB, as the residents call it, has several flocks of wild beautiful green parrots flying loose in the beach community. Margaret took “Squeakie” home then to the vets. The prognosis was full recovery after a few months of care and feeding. Margaret and Squeakie soon became a couple and went everywhere together. Squeakie loved riding on Margaret’s shoulder. After three months, she tested her injured wing and flew short distances. Soon she was flying throughout the house. The vet said the wing was healing as expected and soon Squeakie would strengthen her flying muscles and would fly away when she was ready. That day came; Margaret was very sad but felt Squeakie’s joy as she flew away in excited acrobatics.
. . Whenever Margaret saw a flock of wild parrots flying by, she would call out Squeakie. Sometimes one wild parrot would leave the flock and land on Margaret’s shoulder. Squeakie would spend several hours with Margaret then fly away just before dark. They have remained a couple for many years.
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