I have been cleaning them with water and aloe, feathers and skin.
Even thier noses needed cleaning, not as bad as the six I took out
of someone house.. Her macaws noses has inhaled crap for so long the
had wax plugs in thier noses literally, most has inpacted preening
They will wolf down anything fresh (apples, oranges, bananas,
grapefruit) They are aggressive but macaw aggressive. I am waiting
for a really warm day to soak them totally.
On 4/30/07, Gwen wrote:
> Wow! My guys would die without a bath at least every other
day!!! I bet their skin is
> soooo sore! If you ever do have to part with Bo please let me
know. We are finally
> getting back on track from the furnace problem. That really
scared me! One night our
> house got down to 66 degrees!!!! My house never gets below 74 so
I was freakin out!
> Then it cost us almost $3000 to replace the old one! Needless to
say the overtime has
> been a blessing! So if you do need to find somewhere for Bo to
go .. or anyone else for
> that matter please let me know, I'll definately buy them from
you. I have a harlequin too
> ... his colors are AMAZING! He's HUGE too! I can't believe how
big he is! I know
> greenwings are big cause my female is pretty good sized but my
Harlequin is MUCH
> bigger than her!
> On 4/30/07, Lora wrote:
>> She is such a peach. If I do part with her it would be with
>> someone who takes really good care of thier birds. (I just got
>> a another hybrid a harliquin plus a b&g) they aren't too
>> friendly They needed a good home with good food, two of the most
>> unbathed parrots I have ever seen. Even my water haters never
>> ever looked as bad, I am thinking two /three yrs no bath. But
>> that harliquin is so freakin beautiful, orange/red/black face
>> feathers. And her orange WOW!