Animal Stories - Birds


Animal-World info on African Grey Congo
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Jo Crocker - 2005-08-31
We named our 4 month old child "Cherry". We've had many pets, but having an African Grey is absolutely fabulous. She is already showing signs of her remarkable intelligence.If you should want a pet that just sits in a cage that you walk by occasionally an African Grey is NOT for you. They require constant love and attention, the more time you spend with them the greater your reward. They don't just mimic what you say they have the ability to think and say things in the proper context.They are not just pets, but a life long friend and companion that will fill your life with many joyous times.

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Animal-World info on Hahn's Macaw
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Shaina - 2005-08-30
I just bought my Hahn's Macaw, Everett, two days ago. I've been visiting him at the pet store he was in for the last month (traveling over an hour just to go see him) and I was so in love. I've had birds before, but this one is so different. He loves everyone he meets and is just a sweetie. He loves attention, but isn't very talkitive. He hasn't learned any words yet, but he mimics the sound of talking. He also likes to make the same clicky noises that I make. He's only 4 months and I can tell that he's already going to be a quick learner.

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Animal-World info on Dusky Conure
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Lynn Faulkner - 2005-08-29
We have recently adopted a beautiful handfed dusky male and I would never have believed a bird could be so intelligent, affectionate and adorable. Watching Nomo is much better than TV. He is worth every penny we paid for him.

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Animal-World info on Eclectus Parrot
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Charlie Moore - 2005-08-29
I'm now the happy owner of a male Eclectus (subspecies unknown)because one day in mid April of 2005 my daughter look out the window of her office and saw a beautiful parrot roosting on a low tree. She went out to see if she could capture the bird and when she saw he was going to fly she just grabbed him. Brought him home in a box with holes punched in it. We "googled" parrots and discovered this site with a perfect picture of our bird. There was no response to our ads for a lost parrot at our vets and local pet shops and there was no micro chip. There is a leg band indicating he is domestically bred. Fred is now housed in a $50 yard sale cage that is advertised on line for over $500 and other than a check up be the local bird doc and a lot of toys we have had no other expenses for this absolutely gorgeous bird with a great personality. Not talking yet but makes a huge range of "noises" and Fred bird talk.

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Animal-World info on Mourning Dove
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D. Dotzler - 2005-08-29
I am in Alberta Canada and have 2 of these beautiful birds feeding at the feeder this summer we have really enjoyed them visiting.

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Animal-World info on Budgerigars - Parakeets
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Janet - 2005-08-29
Your site is very good. I would not have known that the cabbage family was bad for budgies, although I have never given it to them.


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Animal-World info on Senegal Parrot
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Denise & Jeff Preusse - 2005-08-28
We purchased are Senegal parrot three years ago from a local bird store. Born on November 1, 2002, We brought Elmo (named before we were told her sex) home the weekend after New Year's 2003. My husband and I have no children, so Elmo is very spoiled. Grandma says "Thank God you don't have any kids since the bird is so spoiled". Elmo has free rein of the house when we are at home. The first thing we do is open the cage door and allow her to go wherever she wants to go. Normally she'll climb down the play set to make sure everyone is home. If one of us get home late she will pace until the other person gets home. If we don't open the cage door right away she will call for us until we let her out. Elmo speaks a few phrases, "Pretty Bird" "Oh, Pretty Baby" "Mommy" "Daddy" but I think she does better with the imitations of the microwave, alarm clock and my husband's cell phone. The "wolf whistle" and "charge" are also popular. She loves taking showers and will run to the bathroom door and she'll peck at the door until she's let in. She's plenty of fun and alot of work to keep occupied. But she is definitely special.

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Animal-World info on Budgerigars - Parakeets
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Pat 8-28-05 - 2005-08-28
I have only had my Parakeet for 7 days, I had noticed her outside with the wild birds that I feed and then it started to rain and the Parakeet was trying to find shelter, I went out and picked her up, soaking wet, named her Stormy and she seems very healthy for being caught in a horrible rain storm. She is a very happy bird and I am so glad that I found her and brought her into the house.

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Animal-World info on Orange-winged Amazon
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Marlyn - 2005-08-27
I adopted my amazon over 6 yrs ago. they abused her and neglected her and now I have been working hard to get her to trust me. no luck but i keep trying. she screems and bites. i feel i can't let her down. I know I'll see her sweet side one day. parrots do need lots of tlc

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Animal-World info on Indian Ringneck Parakeet
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stephen - 2005-08-26
hello. this is a very nice site. i love birds. i have a blue ringneck. shes a very sweet bird. very friendly, would step on anyones finger. but doesnt like other birds :/. i love all birds. i have a cockatiel too and they live with each other. i highly recommend this bird to anyone who wants to buy a bird. this is one of my all-time favorites. im looking foward to getting some macaws, cockatoos, and ringnecks. this site has helped me choose the birds i want. love from me and my bird venus (age)5-6 months old (me)12 years

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