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Old 07-22-2020, 10:10 AM
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What is your Red-Bellied like?

I am really curious about what these guys are like, but mostly finding "pet" sites when I look into it. According to those, they are they best birds in the entire world - as is every other species

I know these are not powder-down birds, but I've seen some threads about other African species mentioning a lot of dander/dust. Are these guys particularly dusty?

Also I know this would mostly be anecdotal to your own birds but .. what are they really like as a pet?
Does yours talk? Is it more aloof or more social? Clear body language? Jealousy or cage aggression? More or less noisy than other birds you know? More or less skittish/nervous? Etc..

I guess all of the species group are prone to being panicky.. does anyone have an opinion of their skittishness compared to say, a grey?

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