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Bonding Advice

Tracy Jamieson

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Tracy Jamieson
Well I couldn't make up my mind between a male and female, so got them both. They are in separate cages and I take each out separately and spend about 30 minutes with each one on my shoulder in the morning before work. Sometimes I'll put both on my shoulder. They seem to really like each other when they are together on my shoulder. Then when they are in their respective cages, they screech to each other.

My question is, do I have a chance with what I've described above, of establishing a good bond with each one? They were hand raised and are 13 and 14 weeks old, respectively.
 

cnyguy

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You should have a good chance of bonding with both parrots, as long as you're providing each of them with individual attention. Keeping them in separate cages and individual out-of-cage time will both help.
 

Lodah

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fidsmom

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Out of my 7 Quakers,Only 2 are in same cage.Even thou they are bonded to each other,they still will interact with me.
 

orphansparrow

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Thank you for telling me, I had no idea.
If you notice the blue tabs at the top of each thread, you can see sometimes what people might be referring to. In this case it's posted in "Quaker Causeway" :)
 
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