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  1. stormbird

    I'VE JUST RETURNED

    Hi & welcome back A little tip with your problem bird -- watch his eyes whem handling him , if the pupil size changes & the eye ball starts rolling -- back off as that's a sure sign of a mood change
  2. Yes mainly Budgies but I have a few others including Titch the fiery shouldered Conure on my profile who is one I bred but sadly I nolonger have her parents , . But the collection is not limited to psittacines , and I recently had a pair of Burnished Buff Tanagers raise a youngster .
  3. is it this one LOST: INDIAN RINGNECK PARAKEET - 2018-11-06 Location: Oldham, Greater Manchester, England, United Kingdom, UK Provided by www.parrotalert.com - Can you help? LOST INDIAN RINGNECK PARAKEET Oldham,
  4. stormbird

    purpose of Forum

    very true about information but as admin says it requires a few people chatti ng to keep a foru m alive sadly somethi ng those on another forum I use need to appreciate as it's slowly dieing from lack of use
  5. stormbird

    Nose blood my Macaw

    Sorry only just seen this & of course it's a Sunday . If it's stil oozing it will be irritating & may even be affecting her breathing . If it was one of my birds I'd probably look to see if I could resolve the problem . But as your asking for advice I guess you need help & that would be best from a vet Any blockage needs clearing , & the bleeding point(s) need cauterising which should settle her , but that's best done by the vet if your uncertain what to do
  6. stormbird

    Very smelly Poop

    When you need Vet help any Vet is better than no help . Talk to your local Vet or phone the nearest Avian vet & talk to them . |Explain about the droppings & ask how best to get them tested . All you need is a sterile container for fresh droppings from each of the birds requiring testing , a postal packet & the address of a suitable Testing Laboratory .
  7. Don't know if any of the info on this topic is valid https://www.parrot-link.co.uk/topic/28913-reunited-eclectus-bythorn-cambridgeshire-now-found/?tab=comments#comment-309977
  8. Unfortuneately there are no simple solutions
  9. this might help https://theparrotsocietyuk.org/site/files/resources/guide-to-parrot-registration.pdf
  10. that used to be OK and still is for many species , but now that Grey's are CITES listed a few are having problems if they require paperwork
  11. If it's the Kleo who used to be on here last location is down as Cambs. but has not visited the site si nce it was resurrected , but perhaps somebody will get her to contact you
  12. stormbird

    Horny boys

    What you describe sounds more like domination tactics & you need to be firm with him . No has to mean no & he has to go in his cage if he disobeys , & when he comes out make it clear that he has to behave or he goes back in
  13. stormbird

    Horny boys

    A difficult subject to reply on , but it would help to know how he reacts with the other birds as that might give more clues as to how to tackle the issue
  14. Depends on the size of your flock & how much storage space you've got ! I've over 100Kg of bird food arriving tomorrow & I'll b e ordering more before Xmas
  15. Xmas ? is that the time of year when I have to order extra food so that I don't run out of rations for the feathered hooligans ?
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