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Old 11-15-2020, 03:29 PM
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Texas Sun Conure Thread

This will be an on-going thread to introduce our two sun conures Rio and Cosmo. Our daughter from out of town brings over her sun Mango fairly often so I'll have three males to report on. Cosmo was bought from a parrot shop in Fort Worth Texas and about two weeks later we went back to purchase his brother Rio. Both are a little over a year old and are VERY bonded to each other. They seem to get along rather well with the 12 cockatiels we have and that's very much a plus as we enjoy giving them out of cage time as much as possible.
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Old 11-15-2020, 03:38 PM
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Re: Texas Sun Conure Thread

Well I can't get enough of these gorgeous pictures!!!
How's the noise level, and duration of noise?
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Old 11-15-2020, 04:21 PM
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Re: Texas Sun Conure Thread

Well that is a pile of mischief there - adorable!
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Old 11-15-2020, 06:00 PM
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Re: Texas Sun Conure Thread

That's one of many things I like about these two guys.....To be honest, there really NOT all that loud! Obviously they can squawk and scream louder than a tiel but they really don't do it that much. What I think is so funny is when they make clucking sounds similar to chickens and when they make that long drawn out ssqqaawwkk!!!!
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Old 11-15-2020, 07:02 PM
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Re: Texas Sun Conure Thread

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That's one of many things I like about these two guys.....To be honest, there really NOT all that loud! Obviously they can squawk and scream louder than a tiel but they really don't do it that much. What I think is so funny is when they make clucking sounds similar to chickens and when they make that long drawn out ssqqaawwkk!!!!
Oh my Sunny makes that chicken noise too. Bockbockbocbocbock!
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Re: Texas Sun Conure Thread

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This will be an on-going thread to introduce our two sun conures Rio and Cosmo. Our daughter from out of town brings over her sun Mango fairly often so I'll have three males to report on. Cosmo was bought from a parrot shop in Fort Worth Texas and about two weeks later we went back to purchase his brother Rio. Both are a little over a year old and are VERY bonded to each other. They seem to get along rather well with the 12 cockatiels we have and that's very much a plus as we enjoy giving them out of cage time as much as possible.
Truly spectacular Suns, so fortunate their noises are not ear-splitting loud and obnoxiously high pitched!
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Old 11-16-2020, 04:42 PM
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Re: Texas Sun Conure Thread

I think sunnies are one of the most spectacularly gorgeous species. Really just a masterpiece of nature.


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Old 11-16-2020, 07:35 PM
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Re: Texas Sun Conure Thread

Rio and Cosmo at it again! Have you ever been TRYING to watch t.v and your bird decides he wants attention by preening your cheeks? The second photo is of the notorious pair playing around on the wife's favorite wall hanging!! At least they weren't chewing on it but we ALL know what birds do everywhere in the blink of an eye!!!!
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Old 11-18-2020, 12:15 AM
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Re: Texas Sun Conure Thread

They waited until you were concentrating on TV and hopefully distracted!
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Re: Texas Sun Conure Thread

I have a sun conure, Skittles, but I'm not from Texas. However, I just felt like messing with Texas, rebelling and all.
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