Rehoming Blue Fronted Amazon in Brooklyn, NY

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Rehoming Tame and Trained Blue Fronted Amazon because I need to size down.
Believed to be a female of roughly 2-3 years. As far as Amazons go, she is on the quiet side, and not very aggressive. Steps up, turns around, and raises her foot on command. Says "hello," "hi," and occasionally calls "Taylor" "dad" and "come here." She is a calm bird that demands less than what you would expect from an Amazon, so she will be a good fit even for the less experienced person.
Please see links to videos. https://vimeo.com/677903384 https://vimeo.com/677904442
Located in Brooklyn, NY
 

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She sounds like a wonderful bird.
I hope you are able to find a great home for her.
This is a wonderful thread with some great tips for someone who has to rehome their bird.

Things To Keep In Mind When Rehoming
 

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You're not positive of "her" sex? I have a 32 y.o. dna'd male Blue Front who just loves other birds,but I'm not looking for babies lol.. And geez your in Brooklyn and I'm in CT about an hour away.

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You're not positive of "her" sex? I have a 32 y.o. dna'd male Blue Front who just loves other birds,but I'm not looking for babies lol.. And geez your in Brooklyn and I'm in CT about an hour away.

Jim
Hmm, I see where this is going...
You gonna get another 'zon, Jim?
 

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I'd love to! Amy would love me to also but it's difficult enough just keeping him happy!

Jim
*Sigh*
Crazy Amy...but hey, if it's an option, I think you'd be a great canidate (provided the great and noble Amy approves!).
 

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Your young Amazon should have had a DNA Test as part of her purchase and also have the appropriate Hatch Certificate, Documentation, which is required for all Amazons Born during the last six years.

If you do not have a Hatch Certificate for 'her' you need to contact the seller and obtain that paperwork. Not having the documentation, could slow your ability to sell you Blue-Fronted Amazon.

I assume that you have been taking your young Amazon to an Avian Vet and are prepared to provide a buyer access to 'her' medical file maybe requested.

Cheers.
 

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Geez I just watched the video...what a sweet and smart and beautiful Blue Front..and so close to me :oops:
"when the moon is in the seventh house and jupiter aligns with mars"....this is a sign for me πŸ€ͺ
Some one talk me out of this silly notion please!

Jim
 

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Thanks Al...but David would kill me or at least kick me out lol...It was nice to dream about it tho.

Jim
 

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Rehoming Tame and Trained Blue Fronted Amazon because I need to size down.
Believed to be a female of roughly 2-3 years. As far as Amazons go, she is on the quiet side, and not very aggressive. Steps up, turns around, and raises her foot on command. Says "hello," "hi," and occasionally calls "Taylor" "dad" and "come here." She is a calm bird that demands less than what you would expect from an Amazon, so she will be a good fit even for the less experienced person.
Please see links to videos. https://vimeo.com/677903384 https://vimeo.com/677904442
Located in Brooklyn, NY
I rescued a yellow nape Amazon. Poor thing had over grown nails that curled, over grown beak so bad the poor bird was eating off the side. I took it and got it all groomed and looking good. She still can't walk right and has arthritis all though her feet. I work with her on a lot of things. I'd love to adopt yours too.
 

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I rescued a yellow nape Amazon. Poor thing had over grown nails that curled, over grown beak so bad the poor bird was eating off the side. I took it and got it all groomed and looking good. She still can't walk right and has arthritis all though her feet. I work with her on a lot of things. I'd love to adopt yours too.
Have you tried a heated perch?

My very old Quaker had arthritis in a previously broken leg and foot. She really liked her comfy perch. She also liked foot rubs.

Just an idea that might make your bird more comfortable,
 

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