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Old 10-03-2019, 09:52 PM
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Re: IRN noise level?

My vet agrees with you on the adult non-tame ring neck.
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Old 10-04-2019, 03:56 AM
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Re: IRN noise level?

Bo was hatched at the latest some time in the year 2017, according to the pet shop who sold him to his first home within the last five months of that year. He had been weaned for at least months before he came to live with me around 18th February 2018, because the old man (now deceased, hence the limited details) had had him for months and never gave him formula. The old man never let him out the cage, scared of being bitten, and when he arrived he was too scared of everyone in the house to even look at us, he just sat hunched up absolutely still at the back of the cage hiding as much he could behind his toys. He was just as scared of my mum as he was of me even though my mum had been a frequent visitor as she was one of the man's rotating carer . He began flying over or walking over to sit on me within the first four months, I can't remember exactly. In terms of puberty (as a sign of neurological as well as sexual maturation) his ring came through solid black for the first time several months ago.

I hope this helps clarify a bit how young is still young enough.
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Sorry I am going to hijack the thread a little. SilverSage there is a 4 year old male IRN being rehomed. Itís well socialized and will step up on me even though I am a stranger. I havenít moved forward with this bird because of so negative information. I have one Jenday Conure now and he is out and being interacted with at least an hour in the morning and an hour on the evening. Is that enough? Iím actually a bit worried about this bird. It has no toys in its cage. Itís a young girls bird who is becoming a teenager and too busy for the bird. How are they so different from a Conure? How do I know if Iím the right type of person. Iím an excellent bird owner, love target and trick training, but still pretty much a novice.
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