Bird calls

With all the doom and gloom in today’s world with high energy costs, global warming, and the possibility of a Bird flu pandemic, no wonder some birds are calling for help. Read on…

This story does not require any additional comments, however it does suggest what programs are common on American TV. I can only imagine what would happen if Bevis and Buthead were on TV.

TRENTON, N.J. – Cries for help inside a Trenton, N.J., home turned out to be for the birds. Neighbors called police Wednesday morning after hearing a woman’s persistent cry of “Help me! Help me!” coming from a house. Officers arrived and when no one answered the door, they kicked it in to make a rescue.

But instead of a damsel in distress, officers found a caged cockatoo with a convincing call.

It wasn’t the first time the 10-year-old bird named Luna said something that brought authorities to the home of owner Evelyn DeLeon.

About seven years ago, the bird cried like a baby for hours, leading to reports of a possible abandoned baby and a visit to the home by state child welfare workers. But it was only Luna practicing a newfound sound, DeLeon says.

DeLeon says her bird learns much of her ever-growing vocabulary from watching television, in both English and Spanish.

I am sure the neighbors are hoping she puts the bird in another room if she elects to watch adult xxx rated movies.

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