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Old 06-19-2014, 09:46 PM
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re: Juliette's Search for the right parrot

You can YouTube a screaming cape. I think the scream sounds similar to my Sydney, but louder. If you Google Thor the cape. He has an adorable voice and it's super clear. If I could afford it I'd get a cape in a heartbeat.
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Quote: Originally Posted by thekarens View Post
You can YouTube a screaming cape. I think the scream sounds similar to my Sydney, but louder. If you Google Thor the cape. He has an adorable voice and it's super clear. If I could afford it I'd get a cape in a heartbeat.
do you know the parrot wizzard , he has a cape called turman
that bird looks bigger than 13 inches to me ...
it looks almost the same size as a grey
or am i just hallucinating , because the jardines is supposed to be bigger then the cape
so im confused
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Old 06-19-2014, 11:33 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by thekarens View Post
You can YouTube a screaming cape. I think the scream sounds similar to my Sydney, but louder. If you Google Thor the cape. He has an adorable voice and it's super clear. If I could afford it I'd get a cape in a heartbeat.
i am really sad ... i just contacted my breeder , and he only breeds senegals (they are amazing so im not sad , they are on my list as well)
but i was actually really exited about the cape parrot , so tomorrow im contacting a breeder i just found , that is legal , and breeds lots of different species , and i saw that he breeds cape parrots
so lets hope
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Old 06-19-2014, 11:35 PM
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re: Juliette's Search for the right parrot

If you're in the US Scott Lewis of Old World Aviary is a fantastic breeder and I know he has cape eggs now, but no jardines.
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Quote: Originally Posted by thekarens View Post
If you're in the US Scott Lewis of Old World Aviary is a fantastic breeder and I know he has cape eggs now, but no jardines.
living in rio de janeiro
and shipping isnt an option ...
by the way , it is the cape ! i will do anything to find one haha
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Old 06-20-2014, 01:33 AM
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re: Juliette's Search for the right parrot

Quote: Originally Posted by Juliette View Post
do you know the parrot wizzard , he has a cape called turman
that bird looks bigger than 13 inches to me ...
it looks almost the same size as a grey
or am i just hallucinating , because the jardines is supposed to be bigger then the cape
so im confused
Actually the Jardine's, (Lesser) if that's the one usually seen in Brazil, is usually around 180 grams. A Senegal is about 125g to give you an idea. Greater Jardine's are larger, but my guess is that when people talk about Jardine's even in your country, it's the Lesser. Probably the same everywhere. Capes are a lot bigger. About like a Timneh Grey but bigger head and beak.
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are small cockatoos good for me ?

So yesterday i was looking into poicephalus species , they seem great
but i wanna look further before
i was thinking about goffin or galah ...
i want a cuddly bird , and these are known to be cuddly
i do go to school from 06:30 till 13:00 3 days a week
and from 06:30 till 15:00 2 days a week
my mom will spend time with the parrot while im at school...
i do have the money for lots of toys and a big cage
but as much as i do want a small cockatoo ... my family needs to agree as well
and what my mom insisted on , is a bird that doesnt scream a lot of times
once or twice a day a screaming session can be ok , my mom is home the entire day , just not in the morning when she goes to the gym ,
but are goffins or galahs loud ?
which one is the best for me ?
id like a playful , cuddly bird that knows how to entertain themselves as well , and isnt too loud
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Re: are small cockatoos good for me ?

Juliette, did you read through the plethora of links I provided for you in your other thread? There is some GREAT information in those, but you need to take the time and read them.

http://www.parrotforums.com/question...s-best-me.html
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Re: are small cockatoos good for me ?

Additionally, Juliette, you seem to be all over the place. It's GREAT that you are doing all this research before making a (possible lifetime) commitment, it's GREAT that you are asking so many questions.

However, EACH bird is an individual, there are never any guarantees that your future bird will have all the characteristics you are looking for. No two birds of the same species are ever exactly the same, or act/react in the same manner.

A lot depends on how the bird was raised and socialized.


Here are "some" of the threads you have started, and now you're inquiring about a Cockatoo?

http://www.parrotforums.com/poicepha...2-bird-me.html

http://www.parrotforums.com/question...hns-macaw.html

http://www.parrotforums.com/others/4...hawk-head.html

http://www.parrotforums.com/question...s-best-me.html

http://www.parrotforums.com/question...ek-caique.html
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so , i finally made up my mind a little
i have done lots of research and decided a jenday is ruled out , i really wanted one , but i cant take the risk of my parents forcing me to send him away !

... ?
http://www.parrotforums.com/conures/...vs-jenday.html

http://www.parrotforums.com/conures/...y-conures.html

http://www.parrotforums.com/question...r-parrots.html

http://www.parrotforums.com/question...formation.html
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Re: are small cockatoos good for me ?

Quote: Originally Posted by JerseyWendy View Post
Additionally, Juliette, you seem to be all over the place. It's GREAT that you are doing all this research before making a (possible lifetime) commitment, it's GREAT that you are asking so many questions.

However, EACH bird is an individual, there are never any guarantees that your future bird will have all the characteristics you are looking for. No two birds of the same species are ever exactly the same, or act/react in the same manner.

A lot depends on how the bird was raised and socialized.


Here are "some" of the threads you have started, and now you're inquiring about a Cockatoo?

http://www.parrotforums.com/poicepha...2-bird-me.html

http://www.parrotforums.com/question...hns-macaw.html

http://www.parrotforums.com/others/4...hawk-head.html

http://www.parrotforums.com/question...s-best-me.html

http://www.parrotforums.com/question...ek-caique.html
Quote: Originally Posted by Juliette View Post
so , i finally made up my mind a little
i have done lots of research and decided a jenday is ruled out , i really wanted one , but i cant take the risk of my parents forcing me to send him away !

... ?
http://www.parrotforums.com/conures/...vs-jenday.html

http://www.parrotforums.com/conures/...y-conures.html

http://www.parrotforums.com/question...r-parrots.html

http://www.parrotforums.com/question...formation.html
the owner of the pet shop decided to keep the hahns macaw ...
it was actually a noble
conures are off my list because of the noise
i just want to know everything , i want to know about all the parrots out there,,,
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