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Conures are intelligent parrots and full of life. They are such entertaining clowns and come in so many lovely colors. Each with distinct personalities to match that of larger parrots.
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Blog: Winter Hazards for your indoor Birds
by Amber E. (0 comments | 0 discussions) — Each season brings with it different situations which affect our pet birds. Winter brings a number of these, but it also brings the holiday season with its own potential hazards. Being aware of the possible problems can be a great help in preventing a... more »

Sep 9
Blog: Parrot Pancakes
by Amber E. (0 comments | 0 discussions) — Any organic flour which can be found in any health food store, or, if you are one of the lucky ones, in your grocery store. I like to mix my flours so that I have a combination of grain flour and legume flour. 1-1/4 cup flour 2-1/2 teaspoon baking pow... more »

Aug 7
Blog: Bird Behaviors & Conditioning
by Amber E. (0 comments | 0 discussions) — Social Behaviors: \\r\\nConures are very friendly, peaceful birds. They live in flocks in the wild, and very seldom fight each other. Unless their my Sun and Green Cheek who hate each other because they don\\\'t want to share mum. \\r\\n\\r\\nHandling/Trainin... more »

Blog: Bird Upkeep
by Amber E. (0 comments | 0 discussions) — Care and feeding: \\r\\nThe personal hygiene of your conure includes a morning bath to keep their plumage glossy and beautiful. Use either a flat earthenware dish that your bird can step into and use it\\\'s beak to throw water on itself, or spray your bi... more »

Apr 4
{ else }   Top 10 List: Conures Parrots: Why should you own them?
by Amber E. (0 comments | 0 discussions) — Conures make delightful pets... because they are so affectionate and comical! The conure is a remarkable bird, popular because of their beauty and intelligence. They are easily tamed and very social, quite active and they love to learn tricks. Most co... more »

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{ else }   Blog: Raising Parrots  

Raising parrots is much like raising children. In fact, children and parrots are very much alike in many ways. Both go through different stages in their lives. From babies they grow into toddlers, from toddlers to youngsters, from youngsters to adolescents, from adolescents to teens, and from teens to adults.

They each have mood swings, throw temper tantrums, are demanding, push their limits, break the rules, and can make you wonder why you wanted them in the first place. Children and birds can also be loving, sweet, want to snuggle, make you smile when you're sad, make you laugh when you want to cry, be your friend, give you a reason to get up in the morning, and make you wonder how you ever got along without them.

Posted: Sep 9, 2007 11:28am | (0) | (0) |  
Blog: Irish is a hoot  

That girl has some nerve...Here is the deal on what you'll face if you adopt or buy a conure parrot. 

Lets see she likes to steal my food and drink.  Please watch what the birds eat NO CHOCOLATE!  Ohh if your give them soda, they'll be bouncing off the walls!  My little girl begs the most with Ice Cream... her little head is nodding so fast you can barely keep up.  She fluffs up those feathers and does the little hooky pookie dance.  Ignore her she'll nip just to get your attention and then literally pull the class away or food as seen in this picture taking the pancake.  Might need to have the wipes on hand birds make a huge mess with their food.

She hates the dark, last night I put her in the cage for quite time about 10PM all the lights were off in the apartment except my room.  Within a mere few minutes I felt a tug on the sheets.  I knew Irish was on her way up the bed, she perched ontop of my knee while I was reading.  My birds have open cages, so they’ll come and go at whim.  I guess she wasn’t ready for bed.  Many times if she’s cold she’ll bundle right in under my chin. 
 My little girl has a lot of spunk!  I’ll share more stories in the near future so you’ll need to stop back!
Posted: Aug 7, 2007 5:26am | (1) | (0) |  
{ else }   Blog: Parrot Laws (as stipulated by parrots)  
1. If it's on the floor, it's mine!

2. If it is small enough to fit in my beak, it is mine!
(ie: your hair, earlobe and all Jewery)

3. If you have it and put it down for a second, it's mine!

4. If you have put it away where I can't reach it and I get to it, it's mine!

5. If you throw it in the bin because you don't want it, it's mine!

6. If it is something that I know that I shouldn't have, it's mine!
(ie: all sweets)

7. If it is on your plate and you look away for 1 second, it's mine!

8. The credit cards and cash you keep in your wallet if left laying around are mine

9. The souvenir that you bought on that holiday that you just came back from is mine!

10.That piece of cake/cookie you left on the chair while you went to the toilet is mine!

11. Those cables for your computer are mine!

12. That valuable piece of antique furniture is mine!

13. That pretty molding that goes around the big windows is mine! (compliments of a friend)

14. In fact, everything you own is mine!

*swirl1*Isn't it just great being a parrot, I get to chew everything up

Posted: Apr 4, 2007 8:43am | (0) | (0) |  
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