I have 1 gray cockatiel, male who whistles and talks very well, I
have 2 lovebirds one is a dutch blue and the other is pied (mostly
yellow, baby blue and white), I have 2 green rump parrotlets, male
and female but they are brother and sister, not breeders! And last
but not least my brand new Bourke Parakeet who's about 3 mos old
now, not sure of the sex yet waiting for first moult. We stick
with the smaller birds in my home. We will be adding one more bird
to the mix in a few months, a Lineolated Parakeet. We've been
waiting for a long time for this one! I can't wait.
Do you have any birds?
On 12/14/06, electra wrote:
> i don't recall ever actually having much bird chats with
> you..........funny with this bein birdmart and all. :) what
> birds do u currently own???
> everyone what birds do you own or work with???
> On 12/13/06, Pauljr wrote:
>> On 12/13/06, Elizabeth wrote:
>>> On 12/13/06, Pauljr wrote:
>>>> People that are doing do well dont insult others
>>>> when things are going good we encourage others to
>>>> do better.hint more beta carotene with the hynacinth
>>>> and more greens in the diet...what ya want to do is
>>>> mix greens in a blender kale,and dark greens add to corn
>>>> bread. wings should be tight not dropping and color dark
>>>> blue. drooping wings is a sign of lack of greens or vitamin
>>>> Bs and color lack of A or beta carotene.....youll see a
>>>> huge differance. another easy way daily essentials 2 from
>>>> bird care company for the carotene. Macaws hate greens
>>>> so my cornbread diet will work wonders...
>>> How do mine look? Need anything? Help me, please!
>> the beak shows another sign layered beak. The beak should
>> be solid no peeling or layers, The one bird shows the slight
>> sign of 1 layer...lacking vitamin A but not bad for a macaw