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Stitchthestitch

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Albie - Pineapple Green Cheek Conure - Hatch date 14 Dec 2019 - Gotcha date - 4 March 2020
This is a new one for albie.... he climbed in to my hand and decided this was the best position for a nap and snoozed for about 5 minutes before I had to move him as my hand was starting to cramp up .
 

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clark_conure

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A crossover Quaker Scuti (F), A Sun conure name TBD (?), A Cinnamon Green Cheek conure name TBD (?), and 6 budgies, Scuti Jr. (f), Blue (m), yellow (m), clark Jr. (f), and two babies name TBD (f&f).
YES YES GCCs love being upside down for some reason. Mine never slept like that but they love being cuddled in any position!
 

HeatherG

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My Oscar used to lay on his back and play with his JINGLE balls, sort of juggling them with his feet. But he would jump up and look indignant if I got too close while he was doing that.

(Sadly, I realized that my first message could be read differently without the all-caps word I included. Which wasn’t what I meant. Although I recall grocery shopping with my roommate and seeing “fish balls” in the frozen foods section. “What? Fish have balls? Who’d have thunk it?”)
 

maddox

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Maddox is a green cheek conure
This is a new one for albie.... he climbed in to my hand and decided this was the best position for a nap and snoozed for about 5 minutes before I had to move him as my hand was starting to cramp up .
haha, that's so funny! My GCC Maddox does the same thing on his play tree. He seems to also love being upside down but I have never seen him sleep that way. Super cute pic!
 

HeatherG

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Connies favourite toy to play with on her back!
This behavior could become part of a trick easily!

My late Quaker, Lucy, liked to like on her back in my hand. She liked me to hold her like this and I could even hold her tail up to my ear like a little green phone. Lucy would also ring like the telephone. I tried to teach her to ring and let me answer the ‘bird phone’, and to then say ‘hello’, but I always got bit in the ear.

Some birds.
 

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