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    Need Help Selecting a Cage Mate for our Female Canary

    I am aware that in general, canaries are solitary birds and prefer their own space. Our girl Marigold is different. When we first got her, she was housed alone and was very needy, always looking for attention. Once she was housed with our other female (crested) canary named Tangerine, she was...
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    Getting a Friend for our Canary

    I am aware that in general, canaries are solitary birds and prefer their own space. Our girl Marigold is different. When we first got her, she was housed alone and was very needy, always looking for attention. Once she was housed with our other female (crested) canary named Tangerine, she was...
  3. R

    Male canary passed away, should i get another companion for the female?

    Hi there, i am a new member, thank you admin for accepting me on this group. My rescue bird, male canary (age within 3-4y) just passed away yesterday due to respiratory problem and mites. I previously rescued two canaries whom adore each other and used to live together in the same cage. Just...
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    Future eclectus entertainment/ companion bird

    Im thinking of getting an eclectus at some point either adopted or from a breeder, by the time i am planning to get this bird i am hopefully going to be working a nice 9-5 job. I was wondering what entertainment for their birds while they’re not home other eclectus owners here on the forum have...
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    Looking for a male Eclectus

    Hi all, I’m searching wherever I can to try to find a male adult Eclectus for sale or adoption. My Eclectus just passed away He was an older rescue bird. I miss him so so much. Please let me know if there are any adult male eclectuses that need a home. I live in BC, I would travel anywhere...
  6. hrafn

    Pictures A second macaw?

    Don't freak out, I haven't done anything yet. :p So, for all of my fellow mac enthusiasts with multiple birds, what do you think...would Taco benefit from the companionship of a second macaw? I have the opportunity to potentially bring in another male B&G; a healthy, 14-year-old giant Bolivian...
  7. Cockatango

    Companions for cockatiels?

    Tango is my first and only bird. I think she's a 7 month old Lutino girl - but I can't be sure! I definitely don't plan to get another bird any time soon - especially since I've only had her for 2 months. Having said that, I absolutely LOVE ornithology and all things birds, and I was wondering...
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