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#96245 - 01/11/05 11:36 PM corky's divvy dance  
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not exactly sure what he's doing on these. we think it's displaying? it sure is funny to watch and ear splitting when he lets rip <img border="0" alt="[laughing]" title="" src="graemlins/laugh[1].gif" /> he does this for about 20 minutes and then has a cddle. yes you are seeing right he is being nice to hubby again!! he even let him check his feathers without nailing him!! he preened himself on his knee as wel. could we have turned a corner with him? let's hope so. if anyone can work out what he's doing could you let me know and why he's doing it!!

#96246 - 01/12/05 12:04 AM Re: corky's divvy dance  
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the new ones are divvy time <img border="0" alt="[laughing]" title="" src="graemlins/laugh[1].gif" />

#96247 - 01/12/05 12:17 AM Re: corky's divvy dance  
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When hes got his wings up does he bob up and down really really fast. If so thats what Kylie does when she gets out of her cage and shes all excited. She sometimes does it that fast she looks like shes gonna fall off the cage. <img border="0" alt="[laughing]" title="" src="graemlins/laugh[1].gif" />

#96248 - 01/12/05 12:26 AM Re: corky's divvy dance  
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yeah exactly the same but he screeaamms his nu*s off <img border="0" alt="[laughing]" title="" src="graemlins/laugh[1].gif" /> it's really funny. just not sure what it means

#96249 - 01/12/05 12:39 AM Re: corky's divvy dance  
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I think its a kind of 'Woooooooo look at me' kind of thing LOL <img border="0" alt="[laughing]" title="" src="graemlins/laugh[1].gif" /> We weren't sure if it was a 'keep away from me or I'll have you' kind of pose but on Xmas day my son got a lifesize Golden Retriever soft toy and that was when we found out the keep away pose. Kylie opened her wings in a rounded sort of way and did this snake like movement with her body, she looked like a Cobra or something. Hubby was saying 'that pose is evil'!!! <img border="0" alt="[laughing]" title="" src="graemlins/laugh[1].gif" /> She also had her beak wide open hissing. The toy is now banished from the living room. <img border="0" alt="[laughing]" title="" src="graemlins/laugh[1].gif" />

#96250 - 01/12/05 12:40 AM Re: corky's divvy dance  
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newtoo:
That is exactly what a healthy adjusted 'too should be doing. You and hubby give your self a pat on the back. wink
Corky, while loud as all get out, crazed, and insane looking, is displaying! Something you should see at least 2x a day, morning and night. Its like letting a kid out to run around like crazy for 20 minutes during the day, they need it!
You may see it more often, but if it stops, it may be a sign of something wrong. Sick birdy, upset you changed his schedual, pissed you took away a favorite toy....add this to your growing list of body language to look for.
And yes, try to wait until its over for playtime. While all excited like this, you stand a good chance of getting hurt during the excitement.

#96251 - 01/12/05 12:56 AM Re: corky's divvy dance  
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I agree with Jasper's Butler. Our too does the same posturing, and it eventually morphs into what we call her "water jones", in which she just must play in water. If we don't take her to the shower, she tries to stuff herself up the tube of her water bottle, then puts her toe up the tube, and lets the water flow over her. It is all part of a too announcing to the world that it is here, and that it owns all it sees. Enjoy!

#96252 - 01/12/05 01:05 AM Re: corky's divvy dance  
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Kylie also does this, but not everytime, she goes to her water dish and gets a beak full and shakes her head so it splashes all over and dances about on her perch. A wierd thing is though that she does the water thing everytime I use the hairdryer or the hoover?? She also hangs upside down on her ropes.

#96253 - 01/12/05 01:15 AM Re: corky's divvy dance  
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thank jasper that's really nice to hear!!!

#96254 - 01/12/05 01:18 AM Re: corky's divvy dance  
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I'm glad you started this post off Newtoo, its put me in a great mood. Its wierd thinking 'I wonder why they are doing that' all the time.

#96255 - 01/12/05 01:22 AM Re: corky's divvy dance  
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he does do this on a morning as well but not as loud. we found out also by accident that he can do it on command. hubby says show us your elvis and bobs his head then corky does the same. he even has an elvis quiff with his crest <img border="0" alt="[laughing]" title="" src="graemlins/laugh[1].gif" /> yes he likes to think he owns everything but is receiving strong opposition from the hubby. he refuses to be corkys b**ch, but you can't keep a good too down and we're sure he's gonna keep trying wink

#96256 - 01/12/05 01:24 AM Re: corky's divvy dance  
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it does make you wonder doesn't it? inside the mind of a too lol i'm not sure wether to be jealous of the competition or not with my hubby lol one thing i know for sure when hormone holidays have finished and he's smooching all over my husband he can have him. i'm not getting in the way of that beak <img border="0" alt="[laughing]" title="" src="graemlins/laugh[1].gif" /> where abouts in uk are you kylie?

#96257 - 01/12/05 01:26 AM Re: corky's divvy dance  
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Workington in Cumbria, really getting a battering with this weather are you?

#96258 - 01/12/05 01:31 AM Re: corky's divvy dance  
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we are but not as bad as you i don't think. we're in york so we're a bit more sheltered being in a vale. have you still got water and electricity? i think it might be worth us thinking about an emergency plan for the birdies should we lose power and stuff. or have you already done that?

#96259 - 01/12/05 01:34 AM Re: corky's divvy dance  
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I'm just keeping my fingers crossed, I think if the worst happens we'll be getting Kylie in the pet carrier and going to my parents house. Our rats had a lucky escape the other night, they usually live in a huge cage in the shed but that night I let the kids bring them in to the smaller cage in the house. The next morning the shed had blown over. I was really shocked. The winds meant to be as bad tonight again so its like Pet rescue in here LOL

#96260 - 01/12/05 01:36 AM Re: corky's divvy dance  
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We are right on the coast, I can here all my bins etc blowing around right now, Kylie is getting used to it though. Shes just sitting here preening herself. My plugholes are gurgling!!!!

#96261 - 01/12/05 01:40 AM Re: corky's divvy dance  
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blimey! the worst we've had is next door but one lost there fence. we've been lucky so far. we've not lost anything yet. it's better to have pet rescue inside than pet cemetary outside eek

#96262 - 01/12/05 01:41 AM Re: corky's divvy dance  
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i added you to my buddy list!! don't know how to use it but there you go <img border="0" alt="[laughing]" title="" src="graemlins/laugh[1].gif" />

#96263 - 01/12/05 01:43 AM Re: corky's divvy dance  
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Your right there. Has Corky stopped the flying to hubby for a taste of him for the time being then?

#96264 - 01/12/05 01:45 AM Re: corky's divvy dance  
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I usually only find out how to work things by accident or my 7 year old tells me LOL

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