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Re: Sexual behavior?

Posted by Reatha on 8/30/06
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    On 8/27/06, nicholas B semana wrote:
    > On 7/17/06, sheri wrote:
    >> On 6/13/06, Tina wrote:
    >>> I was reading on here about how females masterbate. I
    >> think
    >>> Franklin may be a Miss Franklin. I was holding him on my
    >>> shoulder and he started doing this weird movement with his
    >>> upper tail area. I t creeped me out so I put him away. His
    >>> feathers got really poofed out the entire time he did
    >>> this,which was not long because I stopped him. Does this
    >>> sound like some kind of frisky behavior? Do females only
    >> do
    >>> this? What can be done? Thanks... i have a conure she has
    >> a bed that hangs in her cage she masterbates on it she pulls
    >> it gets in the right postion and she goes freaked me out the
    >> first time she 6 years and startrd it 2 years ago people
    >> told me to get her a mate im not sure what else can be done
    >> mine fluffs out while shes doing it and after shes done
    > WELL TINA..........I GUESS YOUR NOT THE ONLY 1 WHOS WONDERING
    > WHAT 2 DO IN THIS KIND OF PROBLEM.........
    > SEE...I JUST BAUGHT A BEUTIFUL WHITE-FACE PEACHFACE LOVEBIRD
    > THAT I NAMED SWEETY BECAUSE WHEN I BRAUHT HER/HIM?...HOME
    > SHE/HE JUMPED RIGHT ON MY ARM WITHOUT BEING AFRAID....WHEN I
    > OFERED HER/HIM KISESS SHE WOULD BOB HER HEAD.....I DONT KNOW Y
    > SHE DID IT
    > HER/HIM KISSES
    I had a Quaker Parrot that did this all the time. They say to
    just get them interested in something else or put them in thier
    cage when they start it. My quaker just didnt care. She could be
    on our shoulder, sitting next to our hands and she would start
    rubbing against us..so we would put her in her cage and she would
    grab the nearest perch or toy and start again. Nothing stopped
    her until she was ready to stop. I had thought about getting her
    a mate but was afraid that she might kill him because she was so
    out of hand with this behavior. Sadly, we lost her two weeks ago
    and now I really miss all the noise she made while doing this.