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All ended well for the parrots
All things considered, Port Orchards ongoing parrot saga came to about as happy an ending as could be expected on Friday, as workers climbed the soon-to-be-removed Mitchell Avenue Cinglular Wireless tower and tore down their nest after first checking to see whether there were any eggs or babies inside, of course.
The fact that the birds apparently hadnt bred lends weight to the argument that they may not be suited to this environment, which was the reason some had suggested they be captured and cared for instead of simply letting them take their chances in the wild. But as long as the parrots dont represent a threat to indigenous plants or wildlife and authorities dont think they do theyre probably no worse off free than protected but caged. And theyre probably happier about it.
Or at least they will be once they finish building a new nest, which observers say theyre already busy doing.