On 9/02/12, Becky O wrote:
> On 5/30/12, Myia wrote:
>> On 12/08/11, jennifer wrote:
>>> I am looking to get a double yellow headed and was gonna
>>> get a little bit older bird than a baby. I have heard and
>>> read that their talking abilities to learn more words stops
>>> at around 11 months. Does anyone know if this is true ? Can
>>> an amazon learn more words? Thanks for your replys
>> Still looking for an Amazon ??
> My yellow naped ones are 16yo and they are learning new words.
My Yellow naped is 3 years old and just added a few new words:
See you later Alligator, don't bite, bite me, hola.
If you are still considering a Yellow nape, be careful as they
can be moody. My bird bit me a couple of times when I tried to
teach him new words. He got frustrated for not being able to say
the words, so he climbed up to my shoulder and I thought he was
going to give me a kiss (as he normally does), but to my
surprised, he bit me on my chin the first time and on my cheek
the second time. He has never done this before, so he really
caught me off guard.