Ottawa Parrot Lost On Elgin Street

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The numbers have been changed so if you do see this parrot you should email me and I’ll contact the proper authorities. It has been almost a year since I took this shot so the bird could be back in Central or South America by now. Or it could have grown a beard. I think girl parrots can do that.

Technical Stuff: The parrot hooked me, but it was the cheesy that made me stop. I think the first thing you have to do to get a shot like this is to find someone with a parrot and break their window. After that it’s just a matter of time.

Actually… if you look at the parrot it almost looks like she was caught on a surveillance camera as she was stealing the cheesy from the cage… this is on Elgin Street, somewhere near the Elgin Street Diner. If you’re ever in the area maybe keep your eyes open for bearded female parrots stealing snacks.

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About Gabriel

I’ve lived in fifty-two places. I've been paid to pick stones out of fields, take backstage photos of Britney Spears, and report on Internet privacy issues. My photos have been published in several newspapers, and a couple of magazines.
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3 Responses to Ottawa Parrot Lost On Elgin Street

  1. Clare says:

    Ha ha. I clicked “random post” and came here. On the day you posted this I was flying to Montana. Glad I clicked random post.

    I hope the parrot is freeeee and not bones by now.

  2. Gabriel says:

    As far as I understand bearded female parrots are known for their longevity and survival instinct. After they grab your cheesy they’re also supposed to be pretty good at hailing cabs and getting the fuck out of the neighbourhood before the cops show up. I’m sure she’s fine… thanks for clicking the random post thingee Clare, I like this one as well.

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