Awh that’s really encouraging with your son sleeping in spite of the noise I guess i was unconsciously preparing my little angel since she’s in the womb lol.Yah, you know what is going to happen? That cute new baby of your's will get used to the macaw sounds.
My son... Oh my he can sleep through 7 of them screaming for dinner. Never hears a thing. ( not because he is deaf either )
Your baby has been listening to it for months and now has the pleasure of hearing it for years. Welcome to macaw life.
Thank you Hank, I’ll give it two days, because I eliminated a food item that I’m suspecting might be causing it, and will take her if it hasn’t improve by then.
Q-- I thought there was discussion a month or so ago regarding usage of daily vinegar in water to prevent bacteria?@Nouf - I never use vinegar other than to mop floors. If you research into the effectiveness of it as a disinfectant/mocrobeicide it is not very good at all. Vinegar use for birds is mainly one of those "old wives tales" that has been around forever.
Almost all birds get a little fungal infection at one time or another. The secret is too not ignore them and let them get out of hand. PS - bacteria can sometimes cause smelly breath.
Sarah is right, don't pile more smells on top of the one she already has.