As Audrey wrote it really depends on the birds. My friends mom
has 2 cockatiels with her sun but she did it nice and slow just
to see how they would do.
I would start out with their cages by each other first. Dont
leave them alone at all when you are starting out putting them
around each other because it just takes a split second to have
one get hurt. Better safe than sorry just like kids.
Good luck :0)
On 10/16/06, audrey wrote:
> It depends solely on the two birds and how well they do or do
> not get along. They may instantly bond or may hate each other.
> If they are buddies and you feel it is safe, you can try it.
> In the beginning, I wouldn't cage them together. Plus, you
> will want to make sure both of them are healthy before they
> meet. I have seen conures and cockitiels that are good friends
> and live together. Just trust your gut instinct.
> On 10/16/06, electra wrote:
>> not a good idea to try......i would not risk my birds on an
>> experiment like this......unless you have a huge walk in
>> flight where one fid can escape the attack of the other if
>> On 10/15/06, Dayna wrote:
>>> Hi I currently have a 2 year old cockateil and I am in the
>>> process of looking for a sun conure. I was wondering if
>>> they would need to be in separate cages or if they could
>>> share a cage( the one I have now is very large)? I was
>>> also wondering if they would get along in general My
>>> cockateil Spongebob loves to be out and is out most of the
>>> day with me and the sun would be too. Thanks!