Princess in Waiting
Join Date: Dec 2001
Location: Central FL - beside the Mouse
Jodi, an African Gray can build a beautiful "Poop Sculpture" in almost no time because seems they'll always go to the same perch for "nature's call". And they love to poop in their water. Even changing water daily it can almost make you sick with the sewage smell!!
Frosty is doing great. Mom and Dad will be down in a couple of weeks to pick him up. He spends all of his time with his head down in his food dish now and LOVES a millet stick.
Moji weaned easily and could become "Bubba's Bird". They get along really well. He's an african bird, too, so he has a lot of the same traits as the Gray.
I found out that Pip is a girl and I just love her. She's not much of a "holding and cuddling" bird, but she's fun to listen to and she's jolly and just pips around all the time.
Be sure you check out the pictures of my new baby. I'm thrilled - and he's huge for a three-week old baby. Not even pinning yet. His feet look like snow skis!
Have you ever seen a Cape Parrot? They're also in the African family and are very colorful and absolutely beautiful. About the size of a Timneh, I guess, although more streamlined. This one was such a sweetheart that Bubba had it out of the cage and playing with it in no time. Good thing that my friend already has mate for it or I think we would have been tempted to bring two birds home.
I'm handfeeding two different creatures right now and with the shape the house is in, getting ready for a trip, dr's appt on Thurs for fibro (why can't they find something that will stop the pain???) all I need is another baby to take care of!!
Hope your group is all doing well. I'll be putting more pictures of Captain Sweets on as he grows and need to post another picture of Koonta Kintay.
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