Re: Quaker Parrot.
Posted by Connie on 4/08/09
I am Connie and I did NOT write this stuff below here....!!!!
On 4/06/09, Robert wrote:
> On 4/05/09, Verdell wrote:
>> On 3/13/09, Connie wrote:
>>> I have two love birds, a Quaker and a Scarlet Macaw. The
>> Quaker isn't scared of anything. One of the love birds is
>> in "love" with her but she just hates him. She hasn't hurt him
>> but she acts like she's going to nip him, then he leaves her
>> alone for a while. There is not much difference in size. The
>> SM however is a different story. She went after him once.
>> Fortunately he was setting on my arm and was able to pull him
>> away. I'm sure if he wouldn't have been so shocked and I
>> hadn't acted so quickly the results would have been
>> disastrous. Quakers are great birds but they are not scared of
>> anything. When I first get her my roommate ignored her when
>> she wanted to be picked up. She hopped off her cage stomped
>> all the way across our big house and bit him on his toe. I
>> about died laughing, but the point is you can have a Quaker
>> and a CAG but don't let them alone together because the Quaker
>> thinks they are the King or Queen of the roost and aren't
>> scared to defend it. Good Luck
Posts on this thread, including this one
- Quaker Parrot., 3/08/09, by Robert.
- Re: Quaker Parrot., 3/13/09, by Connie.
- Re: Quaker Parrot., 4/05/09, by Verdell.
- Re: Quaker Parrot., 4/06/09, by Robert.
- Re: Quaker Parrot., 4/08/09, by Connie.
- Re: Quaker Parrot., 6/14/09, by Jon.
- Re: Quaker Parrot., 9/15/09, by Jim Young.