On 6/07/06, DUH!! wrote:
> On 6/07/06, luciedove wrote:
>> Saturday, JUNE 10th
>> INTRODUCING THE INCREDIBLE PIPSQUEAK! THE BUDGIE
>> and Cheri McAleese
>> Pipsqueak! and I have an incredible story to tell about an
>> incredible parakeet!
>> Pipsqueak! has a documented vocabulary of hundreds of
>> words, and has proven he can use these words and phrases
>> in context, in front of friends and strangers!
>> Pipsqueak! and I have told his amazing story in his book
>> due to be released:
>> "MY NAME IS PIPSQUEAK! WHAT'S YOUR NAME?"
>> Pipsqueak! and I invite you to come meet us on June 10 to
>> discuss parakeet and parrot intelligence, their cognitive
>> abilities, and hopefully get a little closer to answering
>> the age old question - "ARE THEY JUST MIMICKING, OR DO
>> THEY ACTUALLY UNDERSTAND WHAT THEY ARE SAYING?" Pipsqueak!
>> has proven time and time again that he not only
>> understands what people say to him, but that he also
>> understands exactly what he is saying! You will never look
>> at another parakeet in the same way again.
>> Come out and meet us! It will be fun, entertaining and
>> We will be offering a limited edition CD of Pipsqueak!
>> Terri Jones, Director
>> Arcadia Bird Sanctuary and Educational Center
>> A happy bird is one that can entertain himself and knows
>> how to play. But bird toys can be expensive. Terri Jones,
>> Director of Arcadia Bird Sanctuary and Educational Center,
>> will show you how to take ordinary household objects and
>> turn them into fun toys for your bird. A $2 donation for
>> supplies is requested.
>> Toys and supplies will be available for purchase from
>> Flock, Stock and Barrel - www.flockstockandbarrel.com.
>> Avi-Cakes, Nutri-Berries, Cockatiel Food and Nutri-Meals
>> courtesy of Lafeber's will be given as prizes at a FREE
>> drawing, as well as Vive Nutrition Bars.
>> TIME: 1 - 4 PM
>> LOCATION: 242 East 53 Street
>> (between 2nd & 3rd Avenues)
>> ADMISSION: Members - Free,
>> General Public - $5
> MAYBE YOU CAN GET PIPSQUEEK TO TELL US WHAT CITY AND STATE.
> GZ....heres a classic example of how your bird is smarter
> then you.
Yeah, good point