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#575722 - 01/05/10 06:52 AM Help with screaming macaw
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Help with screaming Catalina macaw. You can read the entire thread here

screaming macaw

under U are forever responsible for what you have tamed. Getting the subject so that it is visible would help bring in some more suggestions. She really needs some advice. Let�s look at this from a new perspective other than my advice. I know there is a lot of good bird people here maybe we can help as a group.
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#575931 - 01/06/10 07:27 AM Re: Help with screaming macaw [Re: Diana-Exotic Pets Editor]
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The conversation seems to be continuing at U are forever responsible for what you have tamed:) I tried to move it.
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#576572 - 01/08/10 09:59 AM Re: Help with screaming macaw [Re: Diana-Exotic Pets Editor]
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It takes time for a bird that falls in love with their mate to accept boyfriends - girlfriends. My conures haven't done that I guess because there are two of them together. Plus, they only have had one home. Diana is right with her advice and it does take a bunch of time and patience - she has an exotic bird resce and is a consultant of birds that have problems. They are like kids. They try to get attention and do all sorts of bad things, they want attention even if it is bad attention. The other birds may join in for a while simply because they all feel they need to be the loudest. ~Calla

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