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My names Lucky, and I'm about to turn 10 months old :) I'm never shy, always friendly, and I love playing. I go everywhere with my owner ;P
Rudy is our Timneh African Grey Parrot we have raised her since she was 8 weeks old and she is very spoiled , she loves lots of attention and toys and food ,the only other bird she likes is Opey , she has 2 brothers Opey and Pepper and 1 sister named Niki
she also loves to cuddle in the evening right before her bed time , she will be a year old May 2nd and we are hopeing she will start talking soon, she does alot of whistles and beeps for now
Jabba is the GodFeather!!
I'm a Congo African Grey. I'm always happy and chatty! Roxy is my sister and I love to chase her because she is a scardy cat! Mom plays with me and I love to hang from her fingers and swing to get out my energy. I love lots of veggies, bird bread, snacks. I love ripping up old magazines my mom gives me. I'm a good talker and I give good kisses.
Yoshi the African Grey is almost 5 months old and the sweetest baby alive :)
I am a great talker. I say alot for just a year old. I dont like to be touched by anyone. I am a 1 person bird but if you are lucky I might let you pet my head. Just keep talking to me and feeding me those nutraberries.
I only Love my Mom!!!!
Well Wall-e is learning to talk..... he is jus now coping our whistles so hopefully soone he will talk.... he loves Kori more than Dustin... for everytime Dustin walks by the cage Wall-e will scream bloody murder.... You cant get any thing done when Wall-e is out for all he wants is LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!
Pede' doesn't talk that much, believe me, we've tried. He eats everthing that we eat.
He likes when the deer come in the front yard, that's when he start's sounding like a blue jay.
I happened to be in an AOL chat room- "Birds as Friends" chatting when along came along and stated she had an Africian Grey Parrot, needing a good home. I have had many, and still currently have a flock here. Ripley was an innocent victim of a marriage gone real bad. Without having attention, and owner devoted time interaction, they mostly become self-abusing, ripping out feathers, and cutting themselves. He is now well adjusted, and feathers have grown in again ;-)