After our shift we checked in our hotel and then went to get some dinner~
Unfortunately I didn't notice that my phone was about to die and I didn't get any pictures of us carrying in the birds from their outdoor enclosures to the indoor ones. Willow at one point had 3 cockatiels on her, one on each arm and one on her head that was grooming her hair. She is seriously an animal whisperer. Of course now she wants a couple of Cockatiels. I sad absolutely no to a parrot or macaw after learning so much about them. They are like having a toddler for 100 years!
It was so interesting and Lisa, pictured here, was so awesome at educating us all about birds. Seriously, there needs to be an end to breeding wild birds for pets. These guys just want to be free and fly and it is so sad that they will live their lives in a cage~
It was such a great experience. We cant wait to go back and do it again. I think next time we will check out Dogtown and go back to the cats and the Parrots. Once Willow is 15 we can do the horses, pigs and goats and then when she is 18 we can do the wild animals. Rowan really wants to go too but you have to be 6 to work there. In a couple of years he will be tagging along too I am sure~
I so love being an unschooler~