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Old 07-13-2019, 12:17 PM
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Old 07-13-2019, 03:22 PM
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Re: Tips for getting a Meyers

Quote: Originally Posted by Storm1001 View Post
I'm planning on getting a Meyers within the next few months and I'm hoping for some tips on caring for them. I've been reading all of the care sheets and going through forums but I'm hoping for some things people could tell me about that care sheets won't point out.
Thank you so much!

Hi Storm1001, I have copied and pasted my response to your question in Q&A...despite the fact that you seem to have chosen already???

Re: Trying to find the right bird for me
Quote: Originally Posted by Storm1001
Hi! I'm currently trying to find what bird would be best for me. I've been researching Meyers Parrots, Quaker Parrots, Eclectus Parrots, Senegal Parrots.
I'm stuck and can't seem to figure out how to weigh the pros and cons
I don't live in an apartment so if a bird is louder it's okay but I'm not looking for something ear splitting.
I'm willing to spend alot of time with this bird whenever I'm not at school. Overall the goal is to have this bird with me out of its cage whenever I'm home. I go to school from 7:40 to 2:20 Monday to Friday but I plan for this bird to be with me getting ready every morning and with me from the time I get home until we go to sleep.
Cage size is not an issue I have a huge amount of space that I'm willing to fill with a cage of any size.

Overall I'm just looking for some advice of which bird would be a right fit for me. I'm also willing to change my schedule to surround this bird.

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