Wood exterior houses are a popular home decorating style, but one in the UK has found its way inside a wood parrot’s house.
A wood parrott, known as a Wood-Porter, was spotted inside a house in Shropshire last week.
Wood parrots are native to Australia, New Zealand and New Guinea, and the parrot has been known to live inside houses for years.
Wood-porters are often found in wooden houses and usually find themselves inside the house when a bird leaves.
“It’s quite normal,” a local told the Shroptonshire Post.
“They like the house and like to be around it.”
But the Wood-Porter didn’t seem to mind the home.
It didn’t even seem to be bothered when the parrots decided to spend some time in the wood.
“Its probably a Wood Porter, it was a Wood Pea parrot and the house was made of pine,” the local told The Sun.
“The Wood-Potter was just a bit of a nutty little guy.”
The parrot, which is native to Europe, has been found in several different wood houses over the years, including a Victorian wood house in the West Midlands.
It has been spotted in other homes across the country, including one in Manchester, where the bird was spotted in a wooden house.
The bird’s owner, Paul Jones, told the local that it has been there for at least five years.
“We’ve got a couple of birds that we’ve had here that’ve been here for two or three years,” he said.
But Mr Jones told The Telegraph that he has heard reports of bird deaths in houses that have had the bird’s nest painted, and he believes the Wood Porters nest could have been damaged by the paint. “
When it’s done, they go and lay their eggs and it goes away.”
But Mr Jones told The Telegraph that he has heard reports of bird deaths in houses that have had the bird’s nest painted, and he believes the Wood Porters nest could have been damaged by the paint.
“People are often very worried about what they’re painting and where they’re putting the paint on,” he told the paper.
“There’s been reports of birds getting in, birds getting out of the house.”