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Old 04-23-2015, 03:48 PM
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Are baby wipes safe to use around birds?
What should I expect when my Conure goes through adolescence? Is the the same between male and female? If not please explain the differences.
Is it true that if you can see your birds pupils that it's a female and if you can't see the pupils then it's a male?
Is it okay to have my Conure's place in my bedroom? I spend most of my time there.
Do birds get affected by poison ivy/poison oak?
Do they offer pet insurance for birds?
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Old 04-23-2015, 04:00 PM
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Re: Precautions

Yes on the baby wipes.

Honestly, I never had any problem hormonal behaviors with any of my conures other than birdie masterbation, and yes, the males masterbate more than the females.

Not true, that I am aware of. Not being able to see the pupils is generally an age thing, not a sex thing.

Bedroom is fine, unless there's something toxic to birds in there. If he's flighted, and you have a ceiling fan, make sure it's off before letting him out.

(What do you call a conure that flies into a ceiling fan? SHREDED TWEET.)

I wouldn't know on poison ivy/oak... but I wouldn't set them down on it to try and find out.

They offer pet insurance that covers birds. Talk to your avian vet about what insurance he takes/recommends.

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