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Lonely eclectus

Discussion in 'Eclectus Alley' started by jeffryboy, 6/12/18.

  1. jeffryboy

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    Hi I’m new to avianavenue. I have one male eclectus 1yr old which my family and I adore. He had become friends with our older conure who is no longer with us:( it’s been a month or so and I think he’s lonely because he craves my attention more than usual. I was wondering if I should get another male or female eclectus? Or an entirely different type of parrot like grey or amazon?
     
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    I create many different foraging toys for him and hide some of his food in cage so he has to look for it a bit and hang some so he has to work a bit for his food. Some natural branches in cage to chew on.
     
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    I think it's best to match beak sizes for safety reasons. But if he liked a conure, maybe another conure? Or another Eclectus.
     

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