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Re: orange wing amazon question

Posted by Debbie on 12/03/06
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    I stay pretty busy thats for sure. Its not only feeding and cleaning
    but the pets here in the house need one on one special time as well.
    Its clean here and the birds are healthy and happy so I am doing
    something right. I love to show my birds to people in case they are
    thinking or trying to decide what kind of bird they might want so
    maybe it gives them a little better idea of some types of birds :0)
    cause I hate it when people just buy a bird and not know anything
    about them or how loud they can be then they get rid of them.
    Too many birds go from home to home and its really hard on some of
    the birds.

    On 12/02/06, Jo-Ann wrote:
    > On 12/02/06, Debbie wrote:
    >> The site is getting pretty bad I know and lots of people have
    >> left or dont stay if they see how it is anymore. Guess I am a
    >> die hard or just flat stubborn and dont want to quit too.
    >> WOW 19 is pretty good for a finch ... he must have a really good
    >> home :0)
    >> We have as pets in the house 2 CAGs,1 TAG, 1 max pionus,1
    >> crimson rosella (just bought her in Nov)a pair of canaries,a
    >> pair of green cheek conures, and I have 2 amazons that I adopted
    >> a few years ago as well. On is a YN (dont know her age)and the
    >> other is a DYH and he is 47.
    >> Outside I have 2 pairs of senegals, a pair of TAGs, a pair of
    >> POW, and breeders pairs of english parakets, cockatiels and some
    >> diamond doves as well. At another breeders I have a pair of
    >> Alex. Parakeets and dusky conures set up for breeding but they
    >> are just too loud for where we live now and dont want to
    >> neighbors to put up with it. I have 9 box turtles and water
    >> turtles loose in the back yard with 2 KOI ponds for the water
    >> turtles to live in as well. I have 5 dogs and 1 cool non bird
    >> eating cat and 2 Beta fish. I have always loved animals and you
    >> never really have to grow up when they are around plus they make
    >> me/us all laugh at something everyday too :0)
    >> Have a good day
    >> Debbie
    >> On 12/02/06, gwen wrote:
    >>> Hi Debbie!
    >>> It has been really quiet on here lately ... with the exception
    >> of all the fights and
    >>> non-bird people. When I first came on this site you could ask
    >> a question and
    >>> actually get a healthy response ... now the only reason people
    >> come on here is to
    >>> fight or watch a fight. It's sad really. So what other
    >> featherd kids do you have??
    >>> We have 8 macaws, a gray, a citron, 3 orange wings, 2
    >> ringnecks, 2 nandays, 5
    >>> lovies, 3 parakeets, a canary and a 19 year old zebra finch.
    >> He amazes me
    >>> everday!
    >>> Good to hear from you!
    >>> On 12/01/06, Debbie wrote:
    >>>> I really cant help as I only have the YN and DYH amazons but
    >>>> I am just so glad to see someone on here and I didnt want to
    >>>> let you think nobody is here but thats kinda what its been
    >>>> like on all of the message boards on here lately :0(
    >>>> So "Hello" from another bird person owned by many birds :0)
    >>>> Debbie from Calif.
    >>>> On 11/30/06, gwen wrote:
    >>>>> Hello, We have 3 orange wing amazons, none of which have
    >>>>> been sexed. I have a question about the yellow on their
    >>>>> heads. 2 that act like males have yellow feathers on their
    >>>>> heads and the one that acts female only has purple on her
    >>>>> head. Is one sex prone to a yellow head or could it go
    >>>>> either way??? I never realized it until I brought the 3rd
    >>>>> baby home. Any input would be helpful :)
    >>>>> Thanks!
    > I think you're missing a partridge in a pear tree;-) LOL
    > I have one little tiel and she's hard enough to keep up with - how
    > do you manage all of yours?