THANK YOU ~ DIDO ~ THE WOODSIDE BLUE-HEADED YELLOW-BELLIED BLISS STREET NUT CRACKING NIGHT SQUAWKER-TALKER PARROT

This beautiful parrot is native to the street I grew up on. A very rare and near extinct species, the Woodside Blue Headed Yellow Bellied Bliss Street Nut Eating Squawker Talker Parrot once roamed the entire borough of Queens, all the way from Long Island City to Far Rockaway, from the shores of Jamaica Bay to the dunes of Fire Island. Because of hunting by unknown suspects of the Second Court (THE METS SECOND BUILDING of FIVE on one ‘very long’ block’ which includes 48-25 46th Street), along with glue-sniffing hippie pot farmers of Sunnyside, this lovely, once  ubiquitous (albeit obnoxious) parrot has been reduced to just a very small section of its former habitat. To be exact, the courtyard and fifth floor roof of 48-25 46th Street, Woodside, Queens, NYC, NY.

There are an estimated three left but the Bronx Zoo is leading the way in bringing this gorgeous nut eating bird back from the brink of extinction. (They think.) I happen to know both specimens are naturally homosexuel males. Neither one shows any interest in conversion therapy. Researchers are enthralled. That very fact bodes well for the species. Researchers world wide believe that gay parents are the only parents worthy and smart enough …  overflowing with enlightened enlightened compassion to save the Universe. Good luck with that.

*This is referenced from the 1972, December issue of Reader’s Digest. [Father : Unknown historical US military man; BATTLE FOR GUADALCANAL, BRONZE and PURPLE HEART as a MARINE, then as a US ARMY man, served in KOREA and then four tours of duty in VIETNAM. The children of BLISS STREET  except (four half brothers and sisters of VIETNAMESE origin still in Hanoi), are suspected of actually being ‘love children’ of EDWARD III of THE UNITED KINGDOM.

WOODSIDE SQUAWKERS DID NOT ALWAYS INHABIT THE ALLEYWAYS OF BLISS STREET
THEY HAVE THEIR ORIGINS IN AUSTRALIA WHERE THEY CONTINUE TO MULTIPLY LIKE RABBITS

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