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NAME CONTEST #6

This contest is for the best bird name and the best bird name story associated with the name. All submissions will become the property of PLANNED PARROTHOOD ™  and may be included in our new "Book of 2,001 Unique Bird Names" (2nd edition).

Examples follow: Ali Macaw and Sean Conure

Someone named her bird Raebok, because she went shopping for sneakers, but wound up with a bird instead!

This contest is open now and ends 12/31/99. Winners will be published here.

Best Bird Name/Story 1st Prize is: T-Shirt that says: "I won the PLANNED PARROTHOOD™ Best Bird Name Contest 12/99."


LIMERICK CONTEST #6

This contest is for the best bird limerick.

Examples follow:

"An Amazon who was named Nerd,
loved to say many off-color words.
A crowd could provoke
him to tell a crude joke
Where Nerd'd say every bad word ever heard."

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"A cockatoo named Renegade
Undid every lock ever made.
His beak would unlatch
Padlock, clip, and gate latch
And Renegade chewed up furniture and played."

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This contest is open now and closes 12/31/99. Best limerick 1st Prize is: PLANNED PARROTHOOD ™ T-Shirt that says: "I won the PLANNED PARROTHOOD™ Best Bird Limerick Contest 12/99."


BIRD BITE CONTEST #6

This contest is open now and closes 12/31/99. Describe the worst bite you've ever gotten from a bird. Winner of the nastiest bite will receive a funny T-Shirt that says: "I won the PLANNED PARROTHOOD™ worst bird bite contest, 12/99."(CLICK HERE)


SUBMIT your entries by e-mail below, OR snail mail to: PLANNED PARROTHOOD™, P.O. Box 235, Shokan, NY, 12481 OR this form:

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NEW NAME CONTEST ENTRIES

"FRANKLIN" - Well my quaker did not have a name for a year so keeping quaker in mind I thought quaker oats and now his name is Franklin and says "nothing is better for the than me"- submitted by Jeff Armstrong


"MORGONITTE (aka-Morgan)" - I had spent 12 hours laboriously hatching my first Moluccan baby. She was so tiny (18 grams) and cute. In anticipation of her being a beautiful pink bird I wanted to give her a name that not only symbolized her color but also the precious value she had for me! I searched and searched through the encyclopedeia (pre-internet days for me)under Precious Gems until I found the PERFECT name! MORGANITTE! Morganitte is a semi-precious pink colored Beryl, the stone from which emeralds are also derived. So, Morganitte became her "given" name and I called her Morgan for short! This also served my practice of naming birds as "unisex" name if possible, so as not to have any gender confusion later on-LOL.- submitted by Trish Brown


"APPLE" - Poor quaker didn't have a name for about 2 months. I finally decided one day that the first thing I could think of to name her that's what it was going to be. I opened the fridge to get a drink and there in front of me was an Apple! So that's her name! I thought it was a perfect name for a green quaker.- submitted by Allie Caet


NEW LIMERICK CONTEST ENTRIES

A young ornithologist, Len,
had a nightmare now and again
of a six-foot tall,hairy,
sweaty canary
saying, "Now who's a pretty boy then?"

- submitted by Chazz Broadhurst


A lonely old parrot called Poll
got a gift - an inflatable doll;
when he gave it a kiss
it just gave him a hiss
and then whistled and flew out the hall.

- submitted by Chazz Broadhurst


A parakeet named matt,
who was always chased by a cat.
He'd run at night
until he'd learn how to bite
So he just moved to the gap.

- submitted by Loubna Daoud


NEW BIRD BITE CONTEST ENTRIES
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