my Penny quaker rescue woul shoot poops at me ! Several months of that! To this day if she can get to me to poop on me she does , she trys to save all her poops for when she sits in my shoulder!!!I don't know how much my observations are worth yet
Day One: They shoot poop, and can get some decent distance on it. Also, the sounds may make your eyes bleed.
But then when I’m wrong a poor girlie has to live with the name Boober.
Never never never ever ever ever get in a vehicle with any bird without EARPLUGS! Good Ones!Me: Oh they're already mid-20s, I'll just keep them. It'll be fine.
Four hours of teeth vibrating squawking later: N O P E.
I don't know how y'all conure people do it. We were in the car for four hours and I think I'm deaf. Literally - after they scream I can't hear anything for a second.
Here's what I know about them: They're between 22 and 25 years old. The previous owner passed, she'd gotten them from a pet store (since closed) and had them for over 20 years. One is male (Pedro) and one is female (Margarita). I don't know which is which. They both appear to have some feather issues - the jenday looks to have thinned out feathers around the neck/shoulders, the sun's wing tips look very ragged, but I can't tell if that's from barbering or from poor space/other issues.
Also, the sun bit me
U know in all the birds I don't think I've ever had one screaming in the car lol. I did have one I got scream a couple times but it was at the drive thru cause I was starving on our way home and I asked her to hold on a second and she wanted to put her 2 cents in I guess. It was actually kinda hilarious cause when they brought me the food they were like look she's got a bird! And the lady was like yeah it was talking to me I was dying.Never never never ever ever ever get in a vehicle with any bird without EARPLUGS! Good Ones!
That's the first thing and the second thing is always make sure that you have a light blocking cover just in case you need it. Covering a bird will calm them down a bit and cut out some of the noise!