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Re: orange wing amazon question

Posted by Jo-Ann on 12/03/06
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    I agree with that! I fell in love with tiels at a pet store - they
    were hand-fed and in open topped plexiglass type boxes - each one is
    about 4x4 and can be divided in half and quarter. Anyway, I was there
    to get my puppy fix. I turned around to look at the rest of the store
    and noticed a couple of 10-12 year old boys holding tiels. Mmmm I
    thought - lets investigate. I put my hand in front of one, it jumped
    on my finger, I lifted it up and fell in love.

    Wasn't buying then, I wanted to look into it first. I had a couple of
    paradeets as a kid many years ago and that was my knowlegde of birds.
    That's how I found Birdmart. I went home, looked on line to find
    information to see if it would be an appropriate pet for us.

    Worked on my husband for a few weeks - and I bought her about 5 weeks
    after my initial introduction to tiels. And we are both still crazy
    about her! I bought her from a different store, but I still go back
    to the first store quite often. They have a couple of baby grays that
    are so darn cute! I was even captivated by a Vos Marie Eclectus - we
    really did love each other, but alas he was purchased (too expensive
    for my pocket at that store!)

    I would love to get another bird, my husband says no - one is enough.
    I told him fine, but if and when he goes - I'm getting another! I
    just hope Luna will be OK with it and not get too jealous!!

    On 12/03/06, Debbie wrote:
    > I stay pretty busy thats for sure. Its not only feeding and cleaning
    > but the pets here in the house need one on one special time as well.
    > Its clean here and the birds are healthy and happy so I am doing
    > something right. I love to show my birds to people in case they are
    > thinking or trying to decide what kind of bird they might want so
    > maybe it gives them a little better idea of some types of birds :0)
    > cause I hate it when people just buy a bird and not know anything
    > about them or how loud they can be then they get rid of them.
    > Too many birds go from home to home and its really hard on some of
    > the birds.
    > Debbie
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > On 12/02/06, Jo-Ann wrote:
    >> On 12/02/06, Debbie wrote:
    >>> The site is getting pretty bad I know and lots of people have
    >>> left or dont stay if they see how it is anymore. Guess I am a
    >>> die hard or just flat stubborn and dont want to quit too.
    >>>
    >>> WOW 19 is pretty good for a finch ... he must have a really good
    >>> home :0)
    >>> We have as pets in the house 2 CAGs,1 TAG, 1 max pionus,1
    >>> crimson rosella (just bought her in Nov)a pair of canaries,a
    >>> pair of green cheek conures, and I have 2 amazons that I adopted
    >>> a few years ago as well. On is a YN (dont know her age)and the
    >>> other is a DYH and he is 47.
    >>> Outside I have 2 pairs of senegals, a pair of TAGs, a pair of
    >>> POW, and breeders pairs of english parakets, cockatiels and some
    >>> diamond doves as well. At another breeders I have a pair of
    >>> Alex. Parakeets and dusky conures set up for breeding but they
    >>> are just too loud for where we live now and dont want to
    >>> neighbors to put up with it. I have 9 box turtles and water
    >>> turtles loose in the back yard with 2 KOI ponds for the water
    >>> turtles to live in as well. I have 5 dogs and 1 cool non bird
    >>> eating cat and 2 Beta fish. I have always loved animals and you
    >>> never really have to grow up when they are around plus they make
    >>> me/us all laugh at something everyday too :0)
    >>> Have a good day
    >>> Debbie
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> On 12/02/06, gwen wrote:
    >>>> 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!
    >>
    >> I think you're missing a partridge in a pear tree;-) LOL
    >>
    >> I have one little tiel and she's hard enough to keep up with - how
    >> do you manage all of yours?