Yeah, don't get a parrot that is bigger than your comfort level. I wouldn't get a large macaw or cockatoo.i dont get it sorry,
I would do 1-2 flocks of largers birds but im kinda scared of them,
I wanna get really comfortable with medium sized birds before i get into large birds i mean most macaws are 3 feet from head to tail.
It is good. I would recommend narrowing down what you want to keep to just a couple of parrot species, then checking if they are relatively compatible with each other.Hmm if u remember or scroll up to the top, u would know that the amazon parrot is on that list,
im considering removing it from this aviary would that be good or bad?
i already removed the parrotlet coz they think they will take on anything
I don't know about that specific lily, but I wouldn't be surprised. Lilies can be quite toxic.Also this is kinda unrelated to parrots but do you know if Alstromeria/Peruvian Lillies r toxic to birbs
So what if i remove the Green cheeck amazon & green cheeck conure?It is good. I would recommend narrowing down what you want to keep to just a couple of parrot species, then checking if they are relatively compatible with each other.
A larger number of the same species would be better than a wider variety of different parrot species. They will form into a flock and you will need to manage interpersonal issues, but that is much easier when both parrots are the same kind of parrot.