NOTE: This story has a very sad ending. The Umbrella Cockatoo pair Henry and Angel was moved to my son's house. Inie moved with them too. One day they could not find Inie. He disappeared and now feared dead. Henry somehow got out of cage and killed the hen Angel. My whole family has still not recovered from the grief. Years have passed but it still breaks my heart remembering Angel and Inie. Henry is with me now with his Son Bambie. They are with the Greenwing Macaw ďOlliy" and my African Grey "Sooty". My baby pigeon "Pigoo" grew to be a full grown Wood Pigeon and flew away a few weeks ago. "Jack the Crow" my rescued baby crow is free to roam in the house and doing fine. Loving birds hurts so deep when you lose them.
UPDATE: On 21st October, 2012 Ollie died due to liver failure. He died in my arms in the early morning that day at 4:37 am. Birds do not get liver transplant so his chances of survival was nil. He was a Green Wing Macaw. Head to tail he was 36" with 4" beak. He was a gentle giant. He loved cuddling and playing games. Once more whole family is drowned in deep sorrow. We have lost him but he will always live on in our hearts and in our memory.
UPDATE: 18th January, 2016. Father Henry and son Bambie are in the Bird Room with Sooty. Sooty was in my bed room where the Baby (Egg Laying Pigeon hen) and Jack the Crow are free flying. Sooty bit both of them in their feet when they were near his cage. Sooty used to chase the Macaw Ollie and had hard time keeping Sooty away from Ollie. I had to place Sooty in the Bird Room for his own safety as cockatoos could hurt him if he trespass their tertiary. They all seem to be happy and healthy.