Discussion in 'Quaker Causeway' started by CrazyBirdChick, 4/13/19 at 10:20 PM.
Thank you so much!
Oh, you do have a nice setup there.
Totally awesome music with it!
Good thing he does not have a significant other!
It's a beautiful structure but I think you were absolutely right to take it down in the way you did. Glad to hear he's already chilling out a bit!
I'm afraid to speak too soon but he has been approximately 85% sweeter
As with any parrot, subject to change without notice.
You did the right thing in dismantling Blu's nest, and he will be happy to start a new project. I guess I have it easier with Ralph, who actually insists that I pull his little building projects apart.
Thank you! Yes, totally could change at any time. Ralph sounds so cute!
And he has already started a new one today
I’m glad he’s so resilient!
Me too, thanks!!
Wow he is determined
Why plastic straws? Is it his choice first or is there a concern of ingesting other materials? I am just curious.
Unfortunately , it's the only thing that keeps his interest. I have to keep trying other materials because I know straws are not good for the environment and they will most likely be banned here soon anyway. I do recycle them but I still feel guilty
Try putting in chop sticks, 1 of my friends Quakers, builds with them, and its mu h easier to dismantle, when her Quakers make a huge nest, she just takes it apart, then they rebuild it all up again, she said it keeps them busy,
Ok, I will give them a try. Thanks Susan! How does your friend's quaker weave with them if they don't bend?
Good to hear all went well. Looks likes he was just waiting for an opportunity to try out the very latest in straw Quaker nests.
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