Animal Stories - Conures


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terrry James - 2008-03-02
I love my greencheek conure. So smart, I am very impressed with this bird. My bird dances' she will ask you to dance too. Best of all, I love how my bird tells you to gimme a kiss. You must be very sweet and quiet for this, My bird is romantic. BIRD'S MOM

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Michelle Powers - 2008-02-29
My little Tiki has taken my heart for his own. He follows me around the house like a puppy and is so comical, never a dull moment. He loves to imitate my husbands arm movements, doing the same with his wings and yells, "MOMMA! MOMMA!" when he wants attention or is ready to come out of his cage early in the morning. (If too lazy to get the door open himself that is.) I couldn't imagine our life with out him. He's 5 months old, learns so quickly and his vocabulary consist of Step up, Daddy, Momma, Hello, Tiki Tired, Gimme Kiss, No, and making the kissing sound after saying gimme kiss or getting on your shoulder and leaning to your cheek. I love his bath time, the sounds he makes are hilarious. He doesn't know a stranger as my African Grey and Moluccan Cockatoo definitely do! He is also awesome with our 3 children!

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Mallori - 2008-02-24
I just got Harry, a Sun Conure, about 3 months ago. He immitates kisses and is attempting to say "I love you". He is so funny that I can't help but laugh. The Nanday is the only other conure that rivals their clownish ways.

Mallori

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Jordan - 2008-02-08
These pets are usually friendly when you treat them right.

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Diane Swanstrom - 2008-01-12
Hi Everyone,

In 2005 we brought our baby sun conure home named "ABBY". If you ask her to "call the dog" she replies "Murphy come here" and then states in a firm voice "Murphy's here", or "come here". She says "hello", what's up" and kisses. She is a joy. Take care of your animals they depend on us and give us such a reward. Thanks Di & Chuck

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terri thomas - 2008-01-09
My nanday's name is Charlie and he is such a little attention seeker! I let him out every morning and he stays out until 10:30 and then goes back in to sleep. He has to be with you ALL the time, I can't even go to the toilet without him flying in and sitting on my shoulder. He loves music and bobs his head up and down to the beat, he's adorable. But as adorable as he is, he's very naughty. He's started flying onto the table when we eat and stealing things from our plates! he doesn't like the vacuum cleaner, and lets you know this by screaming annoyingly. He also doesn't like it when you put your coat on, he's obviously learned that when you do this you are leaving him for a while. He loves being cuddled. He sits on my chest just under my chin and when I stroke his head he closes his eyes and his feathers expand!, he makes a purring sort of noise, and sometimes he even falls asleep! I also make kissing noises and he mimics the noise back to me. He's a funny little thing thats for sure and I wouldn't ever part with him.

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Anonymous - 2008-01-06
I have a Cinnamon/Yellowsided GCC. She is a joy. I've had her for 3 yrs. I don't know what I would do without her. She also gets along with my cat very well, but have found her to be very possessive towards me with my daugther. She tries to attack her when she is out of her cage, but leaves my son alone. I still don't understand it.

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Don - 2007-12-20
I got my GCC, Diego, about 3 months ago. He has a big cage and a playstand with lots of toys. I give him/her (I think him but who really knows)the best food of different varieties in several bowls with fresh veggies everyday. He loves grapes! I also give him a 1/2 slice of good bread with nuts and seeds in it hung by a clothes pin to his cage. He eats it every morning and loves it. So far, he says his name in a gravelly voice, "Diego." Especially when I turn out the light for him to sleep and cover his cage, I say, "good night, Diego", to which he will reply, "Diego, Diego". He loves to be out and playing with and on me. He can be very sweet but he also can bite. I think he will get over that, now he mostly does small little "love bites" that hurt terribly on my neck and arms. He also grooms my beard and makes happy noises while he rubs his head and beak against me. It is a strange mixture of love/hate action that can baffle human logic. I know he likes me and I am hoping the nipping will end someday. He will bob his head and open his wings slightly in a "begging" type motion that indicates he wants you to somehow entertain him, which I always fall for because he is fun to play with. He is fascinating to watch and, considering parrots are wild creatures, he is very friendly and tame. Lots of fun and I am crazy about him!

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Alanna - 2007-12-13
I have had my GCC, Messy, for a little over a year now and I absolutely love her. Most of the time she is really sweet, but if she gets angry, she will go charging after your fingers like a little bull. She hates balloons and fluffy toys. She can take a dislike to a certain person and attacks them whenever she sees them, also attacking the person who tries to get her off that unfortunate person. I think purring is a GCC trait, although Messy's is more of a soft growl. She does get a bit bitey at times, I have a few scars to prove that. When she is in her cage and I come home, she flips her wings about and crouches on her perch until I let her come out. Then she flies around the house following me wherever I go. When I am handling her, sometimes she rolls onto her back and nips my fingers. She goes down their shirt? Messy goes down your shirt, then she emerges from your shirt sleeve and bites the underside of your arm, which hurts a lot! GCC are wonderful birds, and I think of Messy more like a child than a pet.

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l.brooks - 2007-12-01
I have 2 cherry headed conures, or mitred conures who are approx 25 years old. One is in great shape, the other is losing his feathers on his chest and head, partly due to the other one constantly picking at him. This is worse than usual because he was only loosing the feathers on his head, but not on his chest.

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