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Are IRNs affectionate?

Discussion in 'Ringneck and other Keet Street' started by Kima, 11/14/18.

  1. tka

    tka Sprinting down the street

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    No, I'm saying with other IRNs. IRNs seem to get on best with other IRNs, not with other birds in general.
     
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  2. Kima

    Kima Meeting neighbors

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    So now I have a Quaker who is so attached to me, I can't leave his sight without him throwing a fit and an IRN who acts like I'm an ax murder, and neither of them seem remotely interested in each other, sigh!

    I'm actually starting to think that the IRA might be wilde caught :omg: in all my years of volunteering with rescued birds, I've never seen one so absolutely terrified of people. Also, when she's been out of her cage, she makes straight for the window, despite her being found abandon outside in poor condition (Yes...she's seen a vet, many times) Life with birdies eh :banghead:
     
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  3. cassiesdad

    cassiesdad Joyriding the Neighborhood Weather Authority Celebirdy of the Month Mayor of the Avenue Avenue Spotlight Award Avenue Veteran I Can't Stop Posting!

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    It's a great thing to have birds with different personalities...it makes life interesting! :)
     
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  4. Kima

    Kima Meeting neighbors

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    Well, yes there's that LOL. I see you have a IRN - Is he happy with his brothers/sisters from another mother? Does he interact with them/with you?
     

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