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Old 02-18-2013, 01:57 AM
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Yeah, I'd like to find a Quaker breeder too but its kinda hard to find breeders here

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Old 02-26-2013, 03:09 AM
Rainbow lorikeets Rosie and Mollie. Peach faced lovebirds Pixie and Missy. Peach faced lovebirds Storm and Blossom. Blue masked lovebirds Alfie and Millie.
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Re: Picking a new bird

I would recommend a Love Birds (hand reared not pet shop) I had one when I was working. As with all parrots they do need lots of company and stimulation especially if your away alot, but the more attention you give them the more you get back.

Good luck finding your perfect feathered friend
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