We finally brought her home a few days ago, and we're rearranging the house to make a comfortable place for her. Her name is Lucy, and here is a recent photo taken just today: Lucy has some digestive tract distress and we're giving her antibiotics. She is beginning to eat well, so it is encouraging. Lucy's vocalizations remind me a bit of Hubbard, our Red-Lored Amazon. Lucy is a little shy and slowly getting acclimated to the antics of the flock. Lord knows why, but some mutton-head closely cut her tail feathers, so once she finishes the series of antibiotics, the vet will pull out some of her tail feathers to stimulate growth. The problem is that she will have that many blood feathers all growing out at the same time, and she'll be vulnerable, so we're going to be closely monitoring her during the critical period of feather regrowth. The stress bars on her feathers show that she has suffered trauma, and I'm glad she is finally home with us. She is very special.