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Re: orange wing amazon question

Posted by gwen on 12/02/06
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    Hi Debbie!
    It has been really quiet on here lately ... with the exception of all the fights and
    non-bird people. When I first came on this site you could ask a question and
    actually get a healthy response ... now the only reason people come on here is to
    fight or watch a fight. It's sad really. So what other featherd kids do you have??
    We have 8 macaws, a gray, a citron, 3 orange wings, 2 ringnecks, 2 nandays, 5
    lovies, 3 parakeets, a canary and a 19 year old zebra finch. He amazes me
    everday!

    Good to hear from you!


    On 12/01/06, Debbie wrote:
    > I really cant help as I only have the YN and DYH amazons but
    > I am just so glad to see someone on here and I didnt want to
    > let you think nobody is here but thats kinda what its been
    > like on all of the message boards on here lately :0(
    > So "Hello" from another bird person owned by many birds :0)
    > Debbie from Calif.
    >
    >
    >
    > On 11/30/06, gwen wrote:
    >> Hello, We have 3 orange wing amazons, none of which have
    >> been sexed. I have a question about the yellow on their
    >> heads. 2 that act like males have yellow feathers on their
    >> heads and the one that acts female only has purple on her
    >> head. Is one sex prone to a yellow head or could it go
    >> either way??? I never realized it until I brought the 3rd
    >> baby home. Any input would be helpful :)
    >>
    >> Thanks!