William McKinley's Parrot "Washington Post"
The 25th President of the United States, President William McKinley, served from 1897-1901. He owned a yellow-headed Mexican parrot named Washington Post. Reportedly, the parrot was quite patriotic. When McKinley whistled the beginning of "Yankee Doodle" the parrot would complete it.
This colorful parrot is 11" long and 6 ½" tall. For ages 24 months and up. Surface washable. The Presidential Pet hang tag notes President McKinley's years in office and identifies "Washington Post" as President McKinley's parrot.