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friend’ shoulder. Where the roof met the tree branch the wiring was doubled. The Rosellas were lost.


I blame the dog Archie and Lena were wild caught Orange winged Amazons in their forties. The second winter they lived here was too cold to leave them outside so I took them into the sitting room to live comfortably in a


King cage until spring. Archie could fly and liked a daily whizz around. Lena had a pinioned wing. The dog opened the sitting room door and like most dogs didn’t shut it behind herself. Archie flew out into the corridor where unfortunately, someone had left the garden door ajar. Archie betook himself to the tallest oak behind the aviary. The temperature was minus 4. By nightfall he’d vanished. Presumably he


BIRD SCENE 35


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