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Just in case it doesn't work, go to google.com and type
in "jardines parrots about" and run a search. You will get
a virtual ton of information.
I'm not an expert in any particular species of parrot ~ but
i will tell you this: *every* bird, from finches up to the
hyacinth macaw, is going to require an exceptional amount of
care. Cages should be cleaned daily; food should be
checked/replinished at least twice daily (three times daily
is better for anything larger than a budgie); water should
be changed at least twice daily for every animal, but
especially for birds.
The temperament of jardines is said to be among the best of
all hookbills; however, i would think it safe to say it's
probably a case-by-case (individual) basis, just the same as
it is for all birds.
Please take the time to not only ask questions here, but to
do your own research before considering adding a bird to the
household. Any bird is usually a lot more responsiblity
than the average person expects it to be .... but they're
also well worth it!
On 10/05/04, Laurie wrote:
> Are the Jardine Parrotts very kind birds? I understand
> are very sweet and do not require an exceptional amount of
> care. Can anyone help with their temperment and their diet.
> Thanks, Laurie