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  1. Kahreem1126
    04-24-2015 03:38 PM
    Kahreem1126
    Oh my our pairs are so similar!!!
  2. kdpatenaude
    02-27-2015 07:32 PM
    kdpatenaude
    Thanks! Just the one fertilized egg. But I would be sooooo happy if it hatches and they parent it. Wish there was a way to tell when she laid it. So I had a better idea of possible hatch date.
    I have so much trouble figuring out how to post pictures.
  3. theshadybird
    07-19-2014 01:34 AM
    theshadybird
    Thank you! I get to properly meet my prospective breeder and her current clutch of 8 precious little p'let babies in two weeks and it can't come soon enough!
  4. BirdBrain
    08-03-2013 12:27 PM
    BirdBrain
    Thank you! Java is a wonderful little parrot. He is really feisty and if it could be said that birds have a sense of humor, then he certainly does. He never bites, but he's not exactly a huge fan of being picked up unless he initiates it. He talks back a lot.

    I used to clip his wings, but as it turns out we get a long a lot better when he can fly. Which has not been the case with the parrotlets. Java flies over and lands next to me or on me all the time to hang out. I think single lovebirds are the way to go if you want their attention.

    So you no longer have your lovebird pair? I can see in your profile picture you have two little parrotlets. Their very cute. Just out of curiosity, how did you find out you were a bird person? I've met so many people that assume birds are like they are in the wild. Just there, with no distinct personality and they don't realize how intelligent and lovable they are.
  5. kpenguins48
    06-13-2013 10:22 PM
    kpenguins48
    Your photo albums are terrific! That trip to Costa Rica must have been superb.
  6. Kelly-K NJ
    02-14-2013 02:53 PM
    Kelly-K NJ
    Thanks. That cage is pretty much the only thing in the flight cage that Artie doesn't claim as his. He didn't like it all so I took it out of the cage originally. When Noah came along a couple months later I offered it to him and he liked it, and got no argument from Artie. He doesn't spend a lot of time in there - mostly I just put little toys in there and he will go in to kick them around a little and then throw them out of the cave.
  7. alphabetsupe
    02-12-2013 11:51 PM
    alphabetsupe
    Mine haven't attempted nesting yet. I'm thinking that its because they just don't have a place to do it. I'm not sure if I'd want to breed them anyway since I don't know the first thing about it.
  8. alphabetsupe
    02-09-2013 12:09 PM
    alphabetsupe
    Hi! yes i love the two together. yes beebz is a picker but i still love 'im. how long have you had your two together?
  9. kimijean
    08-14-2012 06:52 PM
    kimijean
    I don't understand it much at all, I just know where to go for help. I'm only going to breed on a very small hobby level, but I want to make sure my babies are the best and healthiest they can be.

    Kim
  10. kimijean
    08-14-2012 06:38 PM
    kimijean
    Pixie and Pixel are not a great pair either, for 2 reasons.

    1) she is pied and both are split to yellow.:
    Because of this they will have yellow and white babies and it's very hard to tell if a yellow or white bird is pied. :O)

    2) he is green double split to turquoise and yellow.:
    This means any green babies they have will have unknown splits because they "could" be split to blue, turquoise, yellow, or blue and yellow. (If I understand it correctly) I don't think a bird can be split to turquoise and blue because they are both blue. ??

    Kim

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  • About C&Skye
    Biography
    Biologist - interested in animal behavior
    Location
    NY
    Interests
    Reading, interacting with my pets
    Number of Parrotlets
    11
    Favorite Parrotlet Name
    Jujube
    Parrotlet Experience Level
    Parrotlet Enthusiast
    Favorite Aspect of Parrotlets
    Discovering their personalities

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