Animal Stories - Parakeet: Types of Parakeets


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Lacey - 2011-03-21
I'm looking for an eastern rosella in san antonio, texas and can't seem to find any breeders can someone help me? PLEASE!

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  • Mrs. Ortiz - 2011-03-27
    Hello Lacey,

    I live in Edinburg, TX and happen to have four (4) Eastern Rosellas for sale. I bought the parents last summer and they had these four babies that hatched on 1/8/11. Now they have three (3) new babies that hatched on 3/14/11. I only want to keep the parents as pets. I am selling the four right now for 200.00 each.
  • corina - 2011-06-07
    I have two Rosella , I am moving and selling them they are about 2 years old, but I am in California my email is orellanacorina@verizon.net
  • Nancy McIntyre - 2011-06-26
    I just bought one myself, I know the breeder here in West Lincoln.
  • Jessica Baldwin Parsons - 2011-07-18
    Mrs. Ortiz, I would be interested in one of your Rosellas if still available. Please contact me at barngoddess70@aol.com
  • Trudie Koelman - 2012-01-15
    I'm looking for a Golden Rosella in Nambia. Can someone help me. I"m from Luderitz.
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Carlos - 2005-04-13
Hello, my name is Carlos and I owned a parakeet, a Budgie and his name was Kiko, I found Kiko in the apartments were I lived. At that time he could not fly, but when I tried to catch him, he started chirping until I got him. I took him to my apartment and put him on a plant, at the beginning he did not want me to hold him, but as the time went by he started trusting me and the way I finally convinced him to get in on my finger is giving him kisses. After 6 months he learned a word "callate" which means - shut up, and after that he learned more words like "cotorrito" -little parrot, "cotorro" -parrot, "pajarito" -little bird, "pajaro" -bird and of course his name Kiko. Kiko liked to eat cheese, beans, and bananas and especially when I was eating. He always wanted to be around me, because every time I got to the apartment he flew to my shoulder and start kissing me, and also he liked to talk in my cell phone and when my wife was using the computer he always wanted to be on the keyboard. Another thing is that every weekend in the morning as soonest he heard my voice he flew to the bedroom and goofing around and start talking. Sometimes when my wife was making the bed he always wanted to be there, and it was kind of funny, because he ran around the bed following my wife. This bird was so special to us, but one time when I went to do laundry and came home and I opened the door he flew where I was, but I was holding the basket with my clothes in it, that I did not say anything and he did not stop and flew away, when I saw him flying away I could say anything like I was on shock and I tried to locate him and I found him on a tallest tree that he could not hear me that I had to go on the top of the building to try to get his attention, but when he was looking at me trying, I guess to recognize me a big bird got near him and he flew away. I am so sad because this Budgie was very special parakeet. Now I bought a new one and hopefully this new one can learn to talk.

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Jonell Moore - 2012-03-08
My parakeet uses her water bowl as a toilet. I have a seperate bowl for her drinking water, but it is on the ground and she spills it daily. I want a bowl like her toilet bowl for her drinking water, but I am afraid that she will use that as a toilet too: because once in a while I have seen poop in it. What should I do?

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-03-08
    Move the water to another location in the cage. Purchase a water bowl that screws onto another side or the front of the cage. You can try either of these two things but probably the easiest thing is to just change the water frequently.
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Daniel Estrada Estrada - 2012-03-03
i wake up every day because my parakeets make noise how do I make then stop or my parent will take them back to the petstore help help help

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-03-03
    They normally make quite a bit of nose as the sun starts coming up - or it is the start of their day. You can close the drapes/blinds whatever in your room so they don't see the light. Some folks cover the cage but be careful with that. It has to be a smooth fabric that they can't get a hold of. You don't want them getting entangled in a cloth. They also need to be able to breathe - I am not for covers at all. Not having light come in the room via closed blinds should work.
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Karen - 2007-06-20
Hello all, i have a female alexandrine parakeet called Bird (yeah i know!), Mean is just not the word, she is so aggresive and loud, i seriously wonder if im doing something wrong, i would love to tame her so am looking for any tips, please feel free. Kai

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Bob - 2010-08-11
We have a male Alexandrine and just love him. A couple of years ago he slipped off the shower rod and the towel came with him over his head. He hurt his wing and won't use it. The vet says it's not broken. I feel bad for him although he seems to have adapted to not using it. Does anyone know how important it is for him to mate? He's currently in heat.

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ARI - 2010-05-05
Hi
i am from south africa and looking for quaker mutations to import.

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Daniel Estrada Estrada - 2012-02-26
Ok I got a parakeet, right, but they are very scared of people so sometimes I put my hand on the cage to fix it. Everytime they fly. What do I do?

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-02-26
    Putting your hand on or in the cage to those little parakeets would be like KING KONG or some alien being putting their hand above your head while you were in bed. Scares them. You have two parakeets, so chances are they are going to bond with each other - and not necessarily with a human. If you want to try, then start by talking to them or singing or whateverr and giving them small tidbits of treats, cheerios, cracker with almond buttter, pieces of toast etc with your hand. But open the cage door and let them take it from your hand. Go slow and talk so they can see you and get used to you. The first few times, maybe all you can do is just put the treat in the food bowl and go from there. You can probably have them not afraid but I don't know they will ever be tame - being they are not at this age - probably not hand fed or handled and there are two of them so no need for human companion.
  • Daniel Estrada Estrada - 2012-03-03
    Thank you it's working.
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Tracy Hefner Hardesty - 2012-03-02
Also, they look young, so how can they tell already what they are?

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-03-02
    You really can't tell what the sex is untill they are about 6 months old. The males cere - right between - slightly above the nostrils will be a color usually a bluish. The females cere will be a creme color or very pale looking yellow/beige.
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Tracy Hefner Hardesty - 2012-03-02
I just got 2 parakeets 1 yellow 1 white w/pale yellow. The yellow one is on the side of the cage at top and won't move. Is something wrong? He looks so scared..and the pet store told me they are both female. I dont want babies and so hope they were right!..

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-03-02
    It takes a few days for a bird to settle in to the new enviornment. They are scared and they will usually snuggle up to the cage side and sit at the very top - almost cramped up. Scared. That does not mean that you can't talk softly or sing or laugh around him - you should. Let him get used to the noises in the home and your voice and Television sounds. There also isn't any reason for you not to pick him up, hold him close to your chest, talk softly and pet the top of his head. You want them to get used to you and if you show that you are not nervous and afraid - they have a tendency to relate to the flock leader - that's you.
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