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Post: Regurgitating Sun Conure

Posted by Deborah on 4/30/07

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    We have had our 3-1/2 year-old male sun conure since he
    was 8 months old. I am his favorite in the family --
    although he will snuggle with any member of our immediate
    family when I'm not home, most of the time when I'm home,
    he wants to be with me. He has been reguritating with
    increasing frequency. If he's standing on my hand or leg
    or shoulder, he'll reguritate on me, then eat up most of
    the reguitated food, leaving a yuckky film behind. He
    will sometimes do this with one of my daughters if I'm not
    home. They find it completely repulsive and I don't love
    it too much either. Does this sound like he's sick, is
    this inappropriate behavior or is this normal behavior for
    a bird who is very attached to his humans?

    Deborah



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  • Regurgitating Sun Conure, 4/30/07, by Deborah.
  • Re: Regurgitating Sun Conure, 4/30/07, by Lora.
  • Re: Regurgitating Sun Conure, 5/01/07, by Connie.
  • Re: Regurgitating Sun Conure, 5/13/07, by Teresa.
  • Re: Regurgitating Sun Conure, 5/18/07, by Teresa.
  • Re: Regurgitating Sun Conure, 5/18/07, by Debbie.
  • Re: Regurgitating Sun Conure, 8/02/07, by Glynis .
  • Re: Regurgitating Sun Conure, 8/02/07, by Debbie.