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Safety in numbers

Hundreds of wild parrots are flocking together in Solstice Canyon these days, ignoring the clan divisions or rivalries or whatever it was that kept them in separate groups pre-fire. Now they stick close to a cluster of trees, voices rising to a sheet metal screech each time a pair of patient hawks, endlessly circling, come too close.

parrot flocks unite post-fire

the parrots are OK

10 seconds of flying parrots

Next entry: Red sky at morning

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Red sky at morning

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