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Calling CD3 also

Posted by pikecoe 9 No. Fl (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 21, 09 at 11:31

Chicky, can you tell from looking at this picture if this bird is a He/She?? What else can you tell me about this bird? A friend adopted him. His/Her former owner was arrested for attempted murder. And it needs a beak trimming and feet attention. But she doesn't want to do anything to stress it until it gets used to her some. Thanks for any info.

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RE: Calling CD3 also

Eeeeekkkkk! LOL! I don't know if that is a he or a she. The beautiful parrot is an Amazon. They *need* to scream as the sun rises and just before it sets.

Amazons will live for 50 years plus with the right conditions. He / she needs something like Pretty Bird Species Select for Amazons. The parrot also needs some assorted fresh fruits like grapes, chopped apples, cherries ... pretty much anything. NO AVACADO!

They love to shred stuff too. Get some toys that are to be destroyed. LOL!

Amazons thrive with attention. This little one will probably love to be spray misted with water to bathe ... There's sooooooo much to adore with an Amazon! :-)

Hope this yammering helps a little.

RE: Calling CD3 also

They are such gorgeous birds ! Can you imagine seeing one of those come to your feeder????

RE: Calling CD3 also

Wow that bird is stunningly beautiful!


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