Follow us!
By:

Re: NEEDING HELP

Posted by MARY on 4/12/07
(10) Comments
Like
Share

    NEEDING HELP...
    Recently we adopted a new conure, supposedly around 5 or so yrs. old.
    I was told it was a dusky, but upon arrival, its not.. its an unknown
    to me. i am a avid bird person with over 30 years of bird exp. This
    is a conure with a small patch of red on its nare area, no other red,
    and has orange irises... its beatufiul.... but what on earth species
    conure is this little man/??
    please help me.... thanks
    nary


    > On 3/19/07, phil/wild wrote:
    >> On 3/19/07, cody wrote:
    >>> On 3/17/07, Meeko's Mom wrote:
    >>>> On 3/16/07, Phil/Wild wrote:
    >>>>> look at how happy and beautiful Ziggy is. Its killing me i
    >>>>> love my bird like my kids. I mean i wish i had a friend
    >>>>> with a place to rent,with little or no neighbors. But we
    >>>>> have till the end of the month.
    >>>>
    >>>> Phil, Sorry about your divorce. Please don't let the trolls
    >>>> get under your skin. You have to learn to ignore them !! IF
    >>>> you respond to their stupid post, it only feeds the flame.
    >>>> By the way, Ziggy is absolutely gorgeous. But, then again, I
    >>>> think I mentioned that before when you have posted his
    >>>> pictures ! LOL
    >>>> Good luck ...
    >>> i need help theres a female lesser citron cockatoo at the
    >>> aviary up for adoption(because she lived with an old couple
    >>> that couldnt care for her anymore)she HATES EVERYONE....exept
    >>> for me thats why they recommended i adopt her shes 12 yrs old
    >>> by the way she costs $2000 origionally but to addopt her only
    >>> costs $400 should i im only experienced with a parakeet should
    >>> i switch my order from a hahns macaw to a citron cockatoo i
    >>> think i'm in love with her im only 14 yrs old so can you
    >>> respond to me(im willing to take care of her every need!?!?)
    >>
    >> Hi Cody.
    >>
    >> I would stick with the Macaw. Cockatoo's tend to take alot of
    >> attention. and can be very loud. Thats why they call cockatoo's
    >> velcro birds they stick to you. They love lots of attention.
    >> Best of Luck Phil/Wild
    >
    >
    > Hello Phil,
    >
    > I am so sorry,,, it would kill me too.. I cant even leave on
    > Holiday I miss my flock so much... Let me know if I can help I
    > would be more then willing.
    >
    > Cheri