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Yesterday at 11:39 PM
Looks like you have plenty of supplies to keep Ragnar busy!...
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Yesterday at 12:14 PM
Sarahw both of the threads that you posted on are over 10 years old. Look at the dates in the top right corner of the post before posting please....
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Yesterday at 09:17 AM
Congrats for your new babies. The pet stores feed you the wrong information and this site will really help. There are tons of awesome tips for child proofing the house that all protect baby and birds...
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Buying, Adopting, Rescuing - Questions & Comments
Yesterday at 09:06 AM
Nice thought about bird proofing...
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General Cockatoo Discussion
02/14/18 02:44 AM
Congratulations!!...
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Buying, Adopting, Rescuing - Questions & Comments
02/14/18 12:40 AM
If you look at the topics in the forums we have a section for all other parrots so in fact we are an equal opportunity parrot assistance group, lol! I'm so happy that you have brought Maxi home. Greys are a different sort all together. Many don't like human interaction or touch ...
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Buying, Adopting, Rescuing - Questions & Comments
02/13/18 06:22 PM
Thanks for the kind words! I did end up bringing Maxi the CAG home. She has been home 3 days now and is so far a great addition. We are taking it very very slow as she is not use to human interaction. From what I was told by the owner she has only been out of her cage 2-3 time...
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Behavior & Behavior Problems
02/12/18 05:26 PM
Thanks for all the replies. I going with the happy theme. I found that Otis does this with mom too when she is only one in the room....
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Cages, Aviaries & Toys
02/12/18 04:08 PM
Yes, exactly. If I change the water temp to warmer he will unfluff his feathers and if I change to cold will fluff out his feathers to let the water in. Don't know why he likes it so cold, but he does. Within parameters Snowy the U2 doesn't care about temp just likes his showers ...
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Cages, Aviaries & Toys
02/12/18 12:31 PM
Are you talking about the bird fluffing out his feathers to let the water in? Cassie fluffs her to get the water everywhere. If the water is too cold or hot she says "hot" before she goes under it....
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