My name is Sue I live in Florida and have 5 parrots, Sammie a TAG, Izzy a White Bellied Caique, Gracie a Mini Hans Mccaw (he is a boy made a mistake), Justin a new Eclectus, Reily a Parrolette, and Casey and Lovebird. Two dogs Jazz and TJ. Boy what a family. I'll never retire trying to feed all these guys. :D I'm glad to be here. Sue
ive had my cockatiel full-fledged for about 4 months now,
but i'd like to start up trick-training with him again
and when i try to train him, he flyes away when he gets spooked. (which is about every 2 mins)
and a bunch of ppl told me that trick-training would probably calm him down
(he's a rescue bird and i dont think he's always had the nicest ppl around him)
should i just cut the full 5 feathers at once
or should i cut two at first and let him ajust to having his wings clipped again?
I'm hoping for some ideas & suggestions on how to introduce 2 parrots, in hopes that they can be friends. here is a little backround on both birds.
1st is Milo. He is a timneh african grey, he is 3.5 years old & I had him for 2.5 years now. dna sexed, definately a male.
2nd is Toko. He is a congo african grey, he is 16 weeks now, I got him when he was 9 weeks old, so he's been with me for 7 weeks now. I finished handfeeding him till he weaned. dna sexed also, he is a male...
I have a question about the amount and how often you can feed a parrot.
I have relocated five parrots this week to my home. We already own two beautiful parrots in our family.
Two of the parrots I brought home for rehab are blue/golds. I don't know their age exactly but they are hungry. One is eating well veges, fruit, etc. will take a hand feeding if I offer it. I noticed after having them for two nights that one was not eating anything at all, and whinning constantly. Being the...