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Old 07-01-2017, 03:53 PM
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Re: Mixing amazons with greys

I'm not sure anyone can answer that question - it depends on each individual parrot's personality and you only know 2 of the 4 personalities.

I do not know how big your aviary will be, but I have had an experienced parrot owner say so long as the enclosure is big enough to they can get away from each other, they will be OK. BUT he was talking parrots who are not pair-bonded.

Having a male & female of a species, even though you do not plan to breed, they might have different ideas. And then you may get aggression to defend what they think of as their nesting area.

So go slowly to keep everyone safe.

Good luck
Kim
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